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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by LarryNC, Apr 27, 2013.
My apologies if this has already been posted.
Yeah, it helps me not feel good. $400-500 for 1,000 rds of .22?
50 hydra shoks for $50 !
I'll admit I'm toting "target" ammo and have been for awhile. Was about to spend more on less Double Tap, which I've never used before. That or a grain of HS that I didn't want.
An oldie but sometimes goodie: http://www.ammoengine.com/find/ammo/9mm
Notice that I never called this a place or tool for finding reasonably priced ammo. I'd like to think that anyone who comes to a website such as GT would have stocked up on any type of ammo that they might need for serious social purposes, but there still might be some folks who might really need something and any price is better than not having ANY ammunition at all. I would also like to add here that I do not have any money making interest at all in this website or application. I just thought it might be of use to somebody. I absolutely agree that it is a real shame that some folks are using this as an opportunity to gouge their fellow Americans. I will use this link as a way to monitor when the prices start coming down. Don't shoot the messenger.
Thank you for the link. I did not know about that one.
I appreciate it. Just shocked. Shocked. I've got about 1500 rds and don't want to go shooting for fear of running out at 30-40c per round.
It is shocking. I remember buying those 550 round value packs of Federal .22LR for something like six dollars. Of course, that was a long time ago. I'm glad that I stocked up back then. My wife used to ask me why I kept buying those every time we were in a Wal-Mart. I still think that the lowly .22LR is just about the most useful caliber a person can have for most chores.