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    Ammunition to Go,Ammunition To Go : Your one stop for all of your ammunition needs! Huge selection and good prices. Yes you pay for shipping, but no Tax. They often have good specials, especially if you are buying bulk. For 9mm I use either Speer Lawman, or Fiocchi. Excellent quality and very clean. They have bargain ammo too, but can't attest to its quality. They always have lots in stock, which is a real problem with other sites, and they ship same day. I've purchased thousands of rounds from them and won't use anyone else.


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  3. Cabela's and Cheaper than Dirt frequently run specials on bulk ammo. Sign up for their e-mail newsletters to stay in the loop.

    I've found a licensed and insured "one-man-band" reloader that I'm quite confident in. He does it full-time to support his family so he makes sure his re-loads are quality ammo. I know several others who buy from him regularly. I've probably run 2000 rounds of his ammo through my guns and the only problem I've ever had is a couple failure-to-fire rounds. You'll easily get as many, if not more, FTF's out WWB.

    When I get FTF's from his ammo, I let him know and he always takes care of me on the next order.

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    At Wally World today:
    $ 15.97 45 Auto 230 grain FMJ, FEDERAL- GREAT PRICE (Last 2 bx's on shelve)
    $ 26.97 357 125 grain JSP, REMINGTON-suc price (2 Bx's remaining)
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    All from Wal-Mart, and all of it $9.47 a box. You will not find it cheaper anywhere. It is becoming more and more avaliable as the nations peons run out of money. Bill T.

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    Same as above, 4 boxes of Federal 9mm (50-count) for $40.72 out the door = 20.4 cents/round. Tough to beat via mail order, and probably anywhere else.

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    All from Wal-Mart, and all of it $9.47 a box. You will not find it cheaper anywhere. It is becoming more and more avaliable as the nations peons run out of money. Bill T.
    50 round boxes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudinyeri View Post
    50 round boxes?
    Yes. $9.47 for a 50 round box. Bill T

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    My wife picks up 6 boxes, (the daily limit), every time she goes grocery shopping there, or has to pick up a prescription. I average around 12 boxes a week. I'm going to continue to buy it because I don't believe that price is going to last much longer. It was just a few years back I was buying CCI Blazer Brass in .45 ACP there for just $9.95 a 50 round box. Now it's close to double that. Every box I purchase now for $9.47 is one less I'll have to pay more for later. Bill T.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Loblaw View Post
    Cabela's has 500 rounds 9mm for $59.99, that's about $40 cheaper than buying single boxes at Wally World. (10 for $100 at Wal-Mart)

    Magtech Bulk Bullets - Per 500
    Item:IA-215351

    We have a Cabela's branch in Rogers, MN, I think I'll take a drive out there. No per day limits so I'll only need to make one trip.
    Those are just bullets, not loaded ammunition. When you factor in brass, powder, and primers, not to mention the time it takes to load them, you'll be WAY OVER $9.47 for a box of 50. Bill T.

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    I was at Cabela's today.
    Picked up .357 sig FMJ/300rds. $129.99. I also noticed there were literally cases upon cases of .223/.22/9mm/.40 ammo available. Ammo is out there if you look and prices are reasonable.

    I also picked up 5 cartridges of 12GA. 00 "Mililitary Grade MGBuck" for $4.99/5rds.
    Remington 12GA. 3" 000(magnum) $5.99/5rds
    ESTATE "00" 2 3/4 (12GA.) $18.99/25rds.!!!

    I also had a yummy "Elk" meat sandwich w/ cheddar cheese, lettuce & tomatos at their restaurant

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