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Old 10-03-2012, 03:24 AM   #1
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I do not reload so which is of following is less expensive in your area per box of 50?

9mm lead noise? Cost per box of 50 for some target and some plinking type use.

9mm FMJ but must be lead with brass nose i.e. no Tul ammo or Wold were bullet is lead core with steel jacket and copper dusting. Cost of box of 50?

Both must be available at a retailer not online only.

Thank you as I'm looking to make a bulk purchase before the election in case prices become a political football before or during elections.
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Old 10-03-2012, 05:00 AM   #2
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Walmart, the answer to every question concerning cheapest retail ammo.
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Wal-Mart. Good variety, and reasonable price.
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The WalMart in Salem, VA has a very limited selection of ammo available but they have lowest priced 9mm that I have been able to find and it's usually always in stock too. Usually the WWB ammo and never a problem with it either.
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Originally Posted by beaglesam
Walmart, the answer to every question concerning cheapest retail ammo.
Not in my area, they are usually the same price or a little more expensive than the lgs, and thier selection sucks.
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