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Old 11-19-2013, 11:55 AM   #71
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For around me thats pretty good price for todays market, before the panic they were only $7.99 so a dollar more isnt to bad.
And yes they are 100 round boxes.
7.99 would have been a bit high around me before the panic. wal mart was always under $7 for mini mags....and many other retailers would put them on sales around $7 regularly. 7.99 would have been a bit more pricey than normal in my neck of the woods. I would have certainly walked away from 8.99 before the "great 22 drought".....

in fact, every 2-3 months, it seemed a major retailer (cabelas,etc) would sell a 500 round package (5 mini mags) for $35. ahh..the good old days.

its like the folks who lately think 45-50 cents a shot is good for 223......when it was 35-40 cents a shot everywhere before this mess.....

but I would probably buy it for 8.99 today. like I said, overpriced, but not crazy overpriced.

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I have bought 8 100 round boxes of 40grain mini mags for $7.39
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7.99 would have been a bit high around me before the panic. wal mart was always under $7 for mini mags....and many other retailers would put them on sales around $7 regularly. 7.99 would have been a bit more pricey than normal in my neck of the woods. I would have certainly walked away from 8.99 before the "great 22 drought".....

in fact, every 2-3 months, it seemed a major retailer (cabelas,etc) would sell a 500 round package (5 mini mags) for $35. ahh..the good old days.

its like the folks who lately think 45-50 cents a shot is good for 223......when it was 35-40 cents a shot everywhere before this mess.....

but I would probably buy it for 8.99 today. like I said, overpriced, but not crazy overpriced.
Right before the election I bought 20 boxes of mini mags in a nice container for under $100. I didn't foresee the ammo shortage. I was tired of chasing after FMJ mini mags, so I bought the container.
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Right before the election I bought 20 boxes of mini mags in a nice container for under $100. I didn't foresee the ammo shortage. I was tired of chasing after FMJ mini mags, so I bought the container.
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Some places are selling 5 of those 100 rounders for $100! That I walk away from!!! Should have my 2-100's plus 2-100's of Yellow Jackets by the weekend, just in time to blow up the rest of my Pumpkins!!! Again, if anyone wants to go in with me on a case of 10 325 bricks of Federal Auto Match...
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Some places are selling 5 of those 100 rounders for $100! That I walk away from!!! Should have my 2-100's plus 2-100's of Yellow Jackets by the weekend, just in time to blow up the rest of my Pumpkins!!! Again, if anyone wants to go in with me on a case of 10 325 bricks of Federal Auto Match...
I would, how are you gonna get it to Ohio?
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9MM is not a problem from what I see.

250 Rounds shipped for $80.00 = about 33/rnd delivered.

http://www.natchezss.com/cart.cfm


Check here daily:
http://ammoseek.com/ammo/9mm-luger/-handgun-115grains-


This site will give you the store, stock status and shipping - which should be most you need to know.
http://www.slickguns.com/category/ammo


or visit a local gun show. They have great deals on bulk 250+
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I would, how are you gonna get it to Ohio?
Ship it with a HazMat Fee would be the only way. Fed Ex rarely does it. So it's UPS. Every ammo delivery I have received is through UPS.
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Ship it with a HazMat Fee would be the only way. Fed Ex rarely does it. So it's UPS. Every ammo delivery I have received is through UPS.
Same here, UPS is the only way ive seen it shipped.
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This AM pick up 3 x550 Federal 36g value pack for 23.97 . Life is looking up today. Lol
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This AM pick up 3 x550 Federal 36g value pack for 23.97 . Life is looking up today. Lol
Im guessing walmart?
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