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Discussion in 'Ammunition & Reloading' started by CrackbottomLouis, Nov 12, 2012.
Lookin for a good deal on bulk rounds of this. Advice? By bulk Im thinkin 1000 rds
Recently saw it for $349/k but don't remember where.
I also noticed that Cheaper Than Dirt raised their price to $499/k.
Just another place ill never order from again. Natchez raised their price to $899/k in 2009.
Apparently its cheap as **** right now at Natchez
Order while you can
Thanks for the info.
This is where I get my ammo from
Prices are high
Crackbottom! Welcome aboard!
I use http://www.sgammo.com/ - great service and good prices
alot of ammo sales are listed here from many different websites.
Try freedom munitions. I buy there and haven't had any issues. Just don't expect quick delivery
Thx yall. Bought some at store. 420 rds for 210. Not great deal but they were right there.
Vern: this thread is eight years old, and I believe all the people posting in it have flew the coup.
I'll never understand why people don't stock up while it's cheap and plentiful and then whine when supplies are limited and it's expensive.
Not to mention they have NOTHING in this caliber. False links are punished with ostracism and excommunication.
If you are currently seeking ammo. it is out there- but you will have to be willing to pay the price for being last to the table. Try ammoseek.com I just ran a search, there IS 5.56 is stock with different sellers, including green tip.
And yes- please look at the dates of a thread before posting. Anything over 3 years, our standard practice is to send you out to stand in the yard, and sing happy birthday. Over 6, include buying the thread a birthday card.
.75/rd is what theyre up to now ? I just split a 1000rd brick of federal american eagle xm855 with a friend and we only paid .52/rd a couple weeks ago
because I was saving to buy a second car, a backup for my only running vehicle
because I was saving to get dentures
because the current level of insanity was not anticipated
No excuses are acceptable for failure to maintain an adequate "war reserve!"