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Old 04-09-2013, 10:42 PM   #11
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Ammo here does not hit the shelves, it is from truck to warehouse, warehouse moves from boxes to customer awaiting hands.
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Ammo here does not hit the shelves, it is from truck to warehouse, warehouse moves from boxes to customer awaiting hands.
Here as well for the most part...especially at big box stores...lgs has some a few days of the week and they limit purchase to one per caliber.
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Here as well for the most part...especially at big box stores...lgs has some a few days of the week and they limit purchase to one per caliber.
Local LGS has some .38 Special, 357 Magnums, and 30-06 for fairly good prices, equal to the big box stores. Usually, pick up 1 or 2 boxes, depends on what I fired at the range.

Lately, been very frugal on shooting .22LR ammo either pistol or rifle.

One LGS has a Chiappa RHINO 60DS 6" - Black Finish .357 Magnum, the price scares me and the wallet!

http://www.chiappafirearms.com/product/729
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I ordered 2 buckets of 1400 from Code3 on 2/25 and still haven't received them. Their email reply to me was 2-8 weeks. My price was $121+shipping. $150 total.
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since we got our pistol after all this started I have had to buy. But have managed to get CCI Mini Mags (some 1971 vintage) between 10 cents to 16 cents a round. Have also gotton some Golden Bullets for around 16 cents a round.. Think I am pretty well stocked for the summer and not looking to buy more for a while.

Since I see people selling and selling out at 30 cents a round I think I mush be doing ok. Bought both local retail and Gunbroker.
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I have 500 rds. of Aguila Super Colibri .22 longs. These are the 500 fps 20 grain super quiet. Interested on trading for .22lr's in SE Florida or anything of interest. Drop me a line if interested.
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I was at a flea market last weekend where a vendor was selling baggies of 20-.22 l.r. for $25.00 per bag.

To my knowledge, no stores in North Florida have any .22 and almost no pistol ammo of any caliber.
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$32 for a brick of Rem Subsonics at Walmart. Bought 2 bricks.
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Code 3 Tactical does not show stock status on their website....
It reads "usually" in stock...

I have had an order for CCI Mini Mags that was listed "usually instock" for 3 weeks now with no change in status... from est 0-30 days..
If you call them they will tell you if its in stock
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"Due to the national ammo shortage, ammo will ship in 0 - 8 weeks and backorders are beyond our control. is required."

National Ammo Shortage (NAS) it's official, that's what they're calling it, BS man
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