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Discussion in 'Guns, Ammunition, and Reloading' started by Bryan Manning, Dec 20, 2012.
400rounds for $350 is it worth it. Bulk factory reloads.
That's pert near a buck a round.
Yep think that's a little gougy?
If anybody wants it for that price I can tell you where it is.
That's my thinking. Before the elections I think you could get FMJ for around $300 a thousand. That may be a little on the low side though.
Sportsmens Guide Website did have some pretty good deals still. well, I wouldn't say deals, but wasn't horrible though.
That is just crazy pricing!
Well if anybody is interested UFO guns in Cabot has it. Looked like about 20 boxes or so of 400rnd. I just couldn't spend that much.
ya my boy lives just outside DC & he said its nuts out there said he saw a guy put online 3000 rounds of the $300 a 1000 stuff for $500 a 1000 to see if it would sell & it sold all of it in 2 min yesterday & at lunch today he text me a dealer had put some psa stripped lowers up for $200 each & sold out :smack:
was $175 for 420 new federal in ammo can last week.
I think that's the same stuff WM was selling for $149 back in the summer.
Saw it today going for 600$ per 1000 rounds.
I bought 500 rounds for $240 this morning.
Under 50 cents per round for factory stuff ins't too bad. A buck a round is getting tough to swallow.
Nothing worse than seeing the shooting community rape itself. It is bad enough anti-gun folks want to tax ammo to the point of being un-affordable.
Capitalism is great and all but I suspect prices will level off in a few months. Thankfully I don't need any ammo now. And I will not be buying from anyone down the road that is gouging prices today just because of fear.
Seen on of these sell today on another site for 300 bucks!
Bought 400 rounds for $160 at cruse in little rock. Bought a new AR for $885 too.
Walmart in Springdale had American Eagle with brass cases for $6.47/20, no limit today. That works out to $129.40 for 400 before tax. I was surprised to see it there.
Lotta Wal Mart haters out there but they don't price gouge.