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Old 03-16-2013, 01:35 PM   #21
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Because of the scarcity of .22 ammo over the past few months, I searched through my pile o' stuff to gather any loose rounds that I may have forgotten about. I found a whole unused brick in an abandoned shooting box. This is probably 10 or 15 years old, check out the price tag - $ 8.99 for the brick of 500 rounds - less than two cents per round. Just a little nostalgia for everyone to enjoy....
Is that price tag referring to Hoffman's in CT?
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Because of the scarcity of .22 ammo over the past few months, I searched through my pile o' stuff to gather any loose rounds that I may have forgotten about. I found a whole unused brick in an abandoned shooting box. This is probably 10 or 15 years old, check out the price tag - $ 8.99 for the brick of 500 rounds - less than two cents per round. Just a little nostalgia for everyone to enjoy....
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Is that price tag referring to Hoffman's in CT?
Yes, in Newington. Nice shop.
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95 $ for a brick????? That's some serious gouging. I just paid 25 $ for 525 rounds
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95 $ for a brick????? That's some serious gouging. I just paid 25 $ for 525 rounds
Yeah, that's that ammo you can shoot 4 times. You haven't heard?!
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I would give up shooting for fun if that's what I had to pay for .22. Do you get a reach around with every brick???
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I have a pretty good supply of 22LR, about 9000 rounds. I haven't bought any 22 ammo in over a year. I think this should last me until the supply gets back to normal and the price comes down.

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http://www.ammosupplywarehouse.com/category/R220/22-RIMFIRE.html

At least it is in stock! Ammo Supply in Vegas - 500 round box $95 in 2 box case. New math makes it $.19 per round and I think that I will be patient and wait but thought I would share!
http://http://alamoammo.com/rifle-ammo/22-long-rifle

How bout these prices.
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