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Discussion in 'Gun-Parts & Access.' started by Will Rudy, Jul 31, 2020.
If you paid $800 for the 9mm, you may as well pay $1 per round for ammo.
No way! I reload & can turn them out fast enough. I know the feeling, the last big rush (right after Obama got elected) I had just gotten into building ARs & found a 1K case of brass cased .223s for $.60 cents ea. it was all I could find so I had to buy them. Another reason I started reloading. You got to do what you got to do. LOL
I have a fried that bought a 380 for defense a couple of months ago. He texted me today complaining that he can’t find ammo.
I didn’t have the heart to tell it’s going to be a while before he sees any 380.
My girlfriend's son just got his .300 blackout pistol build together & needed some ammo to sight it in with. He said he can't find it anywhere. It's a good thing I reload or he would be sitting in his deer stand with nothing to shoot. I showed him how to reload a box of 50 FMJs to get his gun shot in & gave him a box of factory rounds to hunt with because it may be next year before all this panic buying gets over with.
Reminds me of what Chris Rock said in his comedy routine.
If ammo cost $5000 a round, there would be much less criminal use of guns.
I don’t remember exactly what it cost but I used to think nothing of going to the range on Saturday morning and burning through 300-400 rounds of 9mm ammunition. Sadly, those days are history.
The price is what the market will pay. That being said, I’m glad I have existing inventory
The page won't open for me but............
No, I would not pay $1 a round for 9mm unless it was some super hot defense round that I thought it might be nice to have several magazines loaded with.
I use free brass, cast with mostly free lead, and use powder and primers I stocked up on years ago. A buck a round is unfathomable.
Aawwwww hell no.
The people who have chastised others for being 'ammo hoarders' have no choice but to pay.
The so-called 'ammo hoarders (hand raised) are chuckling at the crow-eaters who will be paying too much for ammo when they finally decide to have more than 50 rounds on hand..
Between Christmas Day and early March I burned through several thousand rounds of .223 and 9mm. If I had known this nonsense was going to happen, I would have shot less. I'm still well stocked, but I could have more.
My ex-wife and several friends have all said to me in the last few months, "All this time I thought you were nuts for having so many guns and so much ammunition, but now it sure seems like you were right all along."
I just smile and nod.
I would jump on this deal, but I'm out of room to stow' more ammo.
Life is about choices and consequences. Choose wisely.
If I didn’t have any I guess I would.
Nah. I’d rather skip the range trips until the frenzy passes.