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Old 10-19-2011, 08:57 PM   #31
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I haven't bought from them yet because I'm not at home, but the prices are great and the ammo is supposed to be American Made. Anybody tried them yet? Pistol and Rifle Ammo

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Old 10-19-2011, 11:19 PM   #32
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I have been using this website for a quick lookup:



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I will reload you up with 1000 rounds of .38 Special for $185 shipped to your door. Missouri Bullet 158gr .38 Match bullet, 3.0g of Bullseye, CCI primers, and assorted headstamp brass. This the load I shoot in my revolvers and it's kitty cat load. Easy on the hands, easy on the guns, and lots of fun to shoot.
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That is a great deal Olympus. Darn, when I get back to Texas I think I'll take you up on it. That's where my .38 is.

Dampoo, that is a great site, I hadn't heard of it before. It's really up to date. Thanks.

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Old 10-20-2011, 07:18 AM   #35
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Looking for bulk ammo at a good price online, I've looked online but really haven't found any deals I can't live without.
Welcome to the new reality. Once the wars started, the ammo disappeared and the prices tripled. Now the ammo is magically returned, and yet the prices stay fixed at the new astronomical level.

Outdoormarksman.com used to have the best discounts, they don't even exist anymore. Funny how history repeats itself:. back in the early 70's, gasoline used to cost 20 cents at the DISCOUNT stations.... yes, there were no-name stations that actually sold the "excess" gas at very cheap prices.

Then the artificially created gas shortage arrived, and the oil companies mysteriously ran out of gas and reduced shipments. The independents who discounted were starved out of business.

And so went Outdoormarksman.com.

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Took an inventory of my ammo and as of last night i have 2200 rounds at home. 1600 are .38special and 600 are .357magnum. Im looking at getting more .357 in my inventory so every time Im at wal-mart i usually pick up anywhere between 200-400 rounds of winchester, and at $28 a box it isn't cheap. But now i got the old lady into guns and now Im gonna get her a 9mm so more ammo to stock up on. Any suggestions on a pistol for her?
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She really needs to pick her own but you might look at the Ruger SR9c. My wife likes hers and I like mine. Matched his and her pistols simplify emergency use.
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The Sprinfield XD's are real nice easy shooting guns and are reasonably priced and availible everywhere.
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Well we picked up a Glock 17 and she seems comfortable with it, but Im guessing i will be having more fun shooting it that she will because i like to shoot. Got two more ammo cans to fill up with 9mm ammo now so i get to spend more money..
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