Can't ship to the whole People's Republic of CA, or just specific cities? I thought the latest raft of feces that they passed last year was going to shut us off as of 1/1/2017, but it doesn't actually take effect until sometime in 2018. Still a little more time to stock up, or better yet move to Free America...
How long ago are you guys remembering these prices?
A box of 100 rounds of Mini-mags at Walmart was $7ish well before the run on .22.
$8 for a brick and $3 for 100 rounds seems like it might have been quite a long time ago.
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Some years back, for whatever reason at the time, I began stocking up on .22LR. I bought many thousands of rounds for $1.99/100. I store them in a foot locker that is damned near full. I'm good for awhile.
Although, now that I have the suppressed TD, I'd love to have as many subsonics as I have supersonics. It's somewhat cost-prohibitive however.
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That's my problem right now, subsonics are giggle quiet! Standard vel. is quiet but nothing like subsonics.
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I've been buying Gemtech subsonic and Remington Subsonic at the same price as regular ammo. Both close to $50 per brick. Outrageous yes. Recently I can't even find it.
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$50.80 for 500 shipped
$439.00 for 5,000 shipped
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Was in the local Walmart Saturday and picked two 1400 rd buckets of golden bullets for 5.6 cents per round including taxes. Was there again yesterday and they still had two buckets left.
Outdoor Limited has Gemtech subsonic bricks for $39.50
I like the Gemtech subsonic. At 1020fps and 42gr bullets it is quiet and has decent impact energy.
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