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Old 10-28-2011, 02:27 AM   #41
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Yah i usually get it cheaper at wal-mart. But Im always looking for better deals. I can get winchester 100 round packs for like $21 in 9mm.
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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..
It's almost impossible to beat Walmart for 9mm range ammo. If you catch them at the right moment, you can get the Federal Champion 115gr FMJ value packs of 100rds for $20.00. My Walmart always has the 50rd boxes for $10.50, which is a fine deal as well. But I prefer the 100rd boxes because they're packed really tight, thus occupying less room on my shelves and in my range bag.

For stouter FMJs (like 124gr NATO) or quality JHP defense rounds, it's really tough to beat SGammo.com's prices. They have especially competitive rate on my go-to handgun JHPs, Winchester Rangers. There are various online distibutors that I access for ammo, but SG seems to go above and beyond to constantly keep their service and prices competitive.
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Got some ammo tonight after work.. Getting him to start out young with guns you think?
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As of right now i have 4130 rounds total at home..
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I have used LuckyGunner.com on several occasions. Good prices, good service and fast ship. YMMV

Cheap Ammo For Sale | In Stock Ammunition For Sale

Select "bulk ammo" at the top, choose 357 mag ammo and scroll down. They have it for $348 from MBI, boxer primed brass, 158gr FMJ.

Also Fiocchi for @$370.
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As of today after going to the range i have 6500 rounds in my stockpile as of now.
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