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Old 05-14-2013, 06:08 PM   #51
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Yep Glocks don't care how clean or dirty it is, they blow up with anything
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Also, you can save your chosen items in a shopping list.

Makes it a little easier to see what's in stock on multiple items. Just click on each item in the list and go from there.
Thanks a bunch! I'll give that a try!

PS. I would get to Walmart earlier than 45 minutes prior to putting out highly sought after ammo.
Yesterday, my closest WM was to put out two (yeah, that's 2) boxes of 420 count federal 5.56 for $175.00, at 0715. I got there at 0515 and there were three guys in line. The first guy was going to buy both, but the second guy talked him out of one. I went to work.
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I would bet anything there were other factors at hand... Regardless of how anyone feels about Glock or any other handgun for that matter, they don't blow up for no reason.
Primer pushed the first bullet out, chambered a new round, fired, blew it up. I posted this as an example why I don't like wwb ammunition. Just happen to b n a glock
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PS. I would get to Walmart earlier than 45 minutes prior to putting out highly sought after ammo.
Yesterday, my closest WM was to put out two (yeah, that's 2) boxes of 420 count federal 5.56 for $175.00, at 0715. I got there at 0515 and there were three guys in line. The first guy was going to buy both, but the second guy talked him out of one. I went to work.
More than 2 hours waiting in line at Walmart is a waste of my life, highly sought after ammo or not.......
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More than 2 hours waiting in line at Walmart is a waste of my life, highly sought after ammo or not.......
Agreed!.........
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OK...
This thread is about buying ammo at Walmart at or near pre-panic prices.
Where do you guys find .22LR for < 5¢, .40 for < 39¢, 9mm for < 32¢ & .223 for < 29 per round, after tax?
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The only factory ammo I am buying is .22. Wal-Mart in Washington, Il had some Win 555 packs the other night for $25.02 after tax. That is $.045 per round. They had .40 that would have been less than $.40 per round.

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Also, you can save your chosen items in a shopping list.
Makes it a little easier to see what's in stock on multiple items. Just click on each item in the list and go from there.
@ IP, what version of the app are you using...iPhone maybe?
My version is 1.4.2 on Android Jelly Bean.
I do see a "LIST" option.
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OK...
This thread is about buying ammo at Walmart at or near pre-panic prices.
Where do you guys find .22LR for < 5¢, .40 for < 39¢, 9mm for < 32¢ & .223 for < 29 per round, after tax?
I have expressed this view before in other threads but....I have a standard formula for the two main calibers i am building my supply in (.22, .40). I will not pay more than .50 a round (after tax at yout request) for fmj in 40 caliber. The BEST price I have found since march was Walmart wwb...got lucky once....that was 39.8 cents per round (after tax) my main LGS has ...daily I might add....40 for .44 cents a round and I don't have to wait in line.
.22 is a bit more difficult. I can find it for around .09 cents (which is my Max that I am wiling to pay) a round but it is not as readily available...I Have been buying 100 at a time Every week as that is all anyone will sell here.
My Walmart does not receive the stock that others do....2 boxes of ammo to a line of 6 people is worth 4.2 cents per round to me.
Hope this answers your question.
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@ IP, what version of the app are you using...iPhone maybe?
My version is 1.4.2 on Android Jelly Bean.
I do see a "LIST" option.

Thanks!
Yeah I was using the apple app, I thought it would be similar across the platforms. Sorry man, looks like you'll just have to keep doing what you've been doing.
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OK...
This thread is about buying ammo at Walmart at or near pre-panic prices.
Where do you guys find .22LR for < 5¢, .40 for < 39¢, 9mm for < 32¢ & .223 for < 29 per round, after tax?
Well, not at Walmart. And there is no tax in NH.....
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