Where to get the best price on 9mm in Utah County area?

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  1. RMTactical

    RMTactical Battle Born CLM

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    I need about 500-600 rounds of 9mm for a class I am taking soon. Anyone know where the best place to get this ammo would be?

    If I went to Wal-Mart and bought 500 rounds there in the WWB 100 round packs it would be about $70.

    Any other places with better prices?
     
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    Center Street Brass.
     

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    What class you takin'? Is it a Gabe Suarez class?
     
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    No.

    It's mostly a carbine class but we're shooting pistols too.
     
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    I wanna take the Suarez class... just don't have the money right now. :sad:
     
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    Lemme know if you find the front door, and maybe I'll try again.

    :thumbsup:
     
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    Here ya go.
    :)

    In the attached picture, CSB is the "L" shaped building on the left side of the road.

    I marked a small red circle on the front door.
     
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    sorry, i'm retarded with these things, here is the picture.
     
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    reerc Just a member

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    Cool; thanks for the effort.

    And like my sig line says ... :thumbsup:
     
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    Center Street Brass is cheaper than Wal-mart? Are they reloads?
     
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    Yes, reloads. I haven't used them myself, but Sambolijah has, and if I can find the door, I'm still going to give 'em a try. I'm not against quality reloads, especially for range time.
     
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    What do they sell .40 S&Ws for? Do I trust them in my Glock?
     
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    It's been a couple months since i've bought ammo from them, but last fall i bought a box of 50 for $7 (.40 S&W).
    I shoot them in my glock with no troubles, just like that HSM bright orange box of commercial reloads.

    Their 223 reloads are pretty good too.
     
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    Sportsmans warehouse is cheaper than wal-mart, often.
     
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    For what brand? I've never seen them be cheaper. Sportsmans only carries boxes of 50. I can get 100 boxes of WWB at Wal-mart for $20. Does Sportsmans have boxes of 50 for less than $10?
     
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    The 100 box of WWB is like $12 at Walmart, not $20.

    ~Kaliber
     
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    I assume we're still talking about .40. Yeah, sportsman's sells that HSM box of 50 for about $8.50.

    They have it in .45, and a few other calibers too.
    It's in a bright orange box, can't miss it.

    Sportsman's sells 223 cheaper than WM, as well.
     
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    depends on the caliber.
    Last time I bought .40 at walmart in that 100 WWB pack,
    it was pushing 18.
     
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    When did .40 get so expensive. I used to buy it at WalMart for about $14/100 rounds. :sad: