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Old 04-30-2014, 02:14 AM   #691
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I haven't bought and won't be buying at the jacked up prices.

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as long as one person buys even one round of their overpriced ammo the gougers are winning. i too refuse to spend the money to buy their overpriced ammo. i could use some 22lr ammo just like many others, but i am standing firm on my principals over the issue.

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just go to walmart at 6am on monday and friday and you can buy bricks at 7am to 7:30 am get there early be first in line don't buy from the theives on online auctions

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just go to walmart at 6am on monday and friday and you can buy bricks at 7am to 7:30 am get there early be first in line don't buy from the theives on online auctions
many people aren't able to due to having to work, having kids to get ready for school and other such things.

that's part of the point. people shouldn't have to make such adjustments to be able to buy decent priced ammo.
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that't part of the point. people shouldn't have to make such adjustments to be able to buy decent priced ammo.

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This is not a steal by any means but hopefully this helps. PSA also has some deal on bricks with other ammo purchases.

http://palmettostatearmory.com/index.php/cci-standard-velocity-22-lr-50rds-0035.html

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Went to my local PSA for 223 ammo. Pickied up 210 rounds for $107. Found cheaper online but add shipping cost and right back at or close to what I paid.

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This PSA also had a lot of 22 CCi mags. Did not look at the price. I do need to get more but as others have said waiting for that price to come down a little more.

Unfortunately this PSA does not honor PSA's website pricing so it is hard to look online then pick up at the store. Officially they are in Ridgeland SC. A small store, friendly people.

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Went to my local PSA for 223 ammo. Pickied up 210 rounds for $107. Found cheaper online but add shipping cost and right back at or close to what I paid.

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This PSA also had a lot of 22 CCi mags. Did not look at the price. I do need to get more but as others have said waiting for that price to come down a little more.

Unfortunately this PSA does not honor PSA's website pricing so it is hard to look online then pick up at the store. Officially they are in Ridgeland SC. A small store, friendly people.

$12 was the price of 100 rd bricks of 22 CCI Mini Mags last Sat. in Columbia's PSA with a limit of 3.
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$6 per 50 Rounds seems to be the normal going rate right now...


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