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Old 12-31-2012, 06:14 AM   #1
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wheredo you guys go to get cheap but reliable ammo???

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Old 12-31-2012, 02:24 PM   #2
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Walmart has good prices on ammo. The ammo is usually Winchester, Remington and Federal. It is not their premium stuff but still very reliable.

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I usually get mine online at Sportsman's guide, AIM Surplus or Classic Firearms.

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Found a local commercial reloader.

going to start reloading myself soon.

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Ablesammo online
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Freedom munitions.com

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I can reload top quality for a low price. When I buy online its either midwayusa, ammo to go or anywhere else I can catch a sale. Walmart is always a good place to check.

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I'm not buying anything right now. Seems that prices have been going up a bit.

I also reload.

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I use bulkammo.com. They usually have good prices for handgun ammo. They are pretty much out of 9mm for now.

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All of the above comments are good. But, if you want really good ammunition you will have to start rolling your own. Not to mention that once you learn even the basics your ammunition will be a lot less costly than buying it somewhere, anywhere else!
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