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Remington .40 cal is on sale at Atascocita Wal-Mart for $11.
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Excellent idea!!

Should we post online deals here as well or just keep it for walk-in businesses?
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I think this is a great idea!

To keep a rolling commentary on the price of ammo, anywhere.

Sharon Gene only gives me enough allowance to run to the hardware store to pick up a brick of .22 every now and then.

Maybe now I can show her the deals I can get on .45 now. I need to rotate my stock that I got back in '52.
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Yep, I make it a policy to rotate through my ammo stock at least once every 50 years. :grin:

Best deal I've seen recently on defensive ammo is for Winchester Ranger, .40 S&W 180 grain (not bonded) at Sportsman's Guide: http://www.sportsmansguide.com/cb/cb.asp?a=288358. They have .40 S&W only in stock, so I assume this is the result of a bulk buy they got somewhere. They have boxes of 50, and lots of 250 and 500 rounds; the 500 is $132.97, or 26.6 cents per round.

They also still have the best deal on good .45 ACP FMJ I've seen in the past couple of months. It's Sellier & Bellot 230 grain, brass case, not remanufactured. It's $10.90 per 50, regardless of quantity; 21.8 cents per round. http://www.sportsmansguide.com/cb/cb.asp?a=334248

Quick question: anybody shot enough Aguila to give a thumbs up or down on quality?
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9mm CCI Blazer Alum at cademy in Fort Worth goes for $6.98 per box of 50.
.40 CCI Blazer Brass at Walmart in Fort Worth goes for $7.57 per box of 50.
.45 CCI Blazer Brass at Walmart in Fort Worth goes for $9.87 per box of 50.

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Skiprr wrote:............Quick question: anybody shot enough Aguila to give a thumbs up or down on quality?
My Kimber Compact Stainless did NOT like Aguilla, but strangely enough my Kel-Tec P3AT and Kel-Tec PF9 digested every bit. I'm guessing that the brass may be a bit thin, and with the timing on the 4" Kimber is such that there is a bit of case bulging on extraction the thin casings may be bulging enough to swell in the chamber on partial extraction. Whatever it is, the Aguilla I bought in bulk bags (guaranteed new) at the gun shows is fine in some guns, and not so fine in others.
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Blazer is going for 9.97 for .40 and 11.57 for .45 acp. Wgat us up?

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fizteach wrote:Blazer is going for 9.97 for .40 and 11.57 for .45 acp at Walmart in Dallas. What is up?
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Skiprr wrote:Quick question: anybody shot enough Aguila to give a thumbs up or down on quality?
Aguila is mue bueno! It works...

I just never see enough of it around... :headscratch

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stevie_d_64 wrote:Aguila is mue bueno! It works...

I just never see enough of it around... :headscratch

Where have you seen it???
Never mind. I'd priced 9mm FMJ 115gr at Ammunition To Go on June 5 at a case of 1,000 for $157.95, 15.8 cents per round. But they no no longer have it in stock. I snoozed, I loozed... ;-)
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Skiprr wrote:
stevie_d_64 wrote:Aguila is mue bueno! It works...

I just never see enough of it around... :headscratch

Where have you seen it???
Never mind. I'd priced 9mm FMJ 115gr at Ammunition To Go on June 5 at a case of 1,000 for $157.95, 15.8 cents per round. But they no no longer have it in stock. I snoozed, I loozed... ;-)
Loozer! :lol:

Obviously, I would just run a deal with that vendor to give you a holler when they get some more in...

You've got my interest peaked now...I need to restock Wife Units ammo pile in 9mm...She needs some good practice FMJ...
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propellerhead wrote:9mm CCI Blazer Alum at cademy in Fort Worth goes for $6.98 per box of 50.
.40 CCI Blazer Brass at Walmart in Fort Worth goes for $7.57 per box of 50.
.45 CCI Blazer Brass at Walmart in Fort Worth goes for $9.87 per box of 50.
Which Walmart in Ft Worth? Mine (Rockwall) is selling the .45 Blazer Brass for $11.96 per box of 50.
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Academy has 9mm WWB for $5.97 a box. Cheaper for 50 rounds than the 100 ct. box at Wal-Mart. Even cheaper than regular Blazer.

Don't know if it's statewide or just the store in College Station.....

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Okay -- I don't know what the deal is, but .40 cal Blazer is 7.57 at WalMart in Weatherford, but 9.57 at Dallas WalMarts. I called a Dallas store and they didn't know either. Anyone know why the price differences?

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S&W6946 wrote:
propellerhead wrote:9mm CCI Blazer Alum at cademy in Fort Worth goes for $6.98 per box of 50.
.40 CCI Blazer Brass at Walmart in Fort Worth goes for $7.57 per box of 50.
.45 CCI Blazer Brass at Walmart in Fort Worth goes for $9.87 per box of 50.
Which Walmart in Ft Worth? Mine (Rockwall) is selling the .45 Blazer Brass for $11.96 per box of 50.
Hulen, White Settlement and the Altamesa stores all have those prices. I've checked the one in Burleson a long time ago and they had different prices.
fizteach wrote:Okay -- I don't know what the deal is, but .40 cal Blazer is 7.57 at WalMart in Weatherford, but 9.57 at Dallas WalMarts. I called a Dallas store and they didn't know either. Anyone know why the price differences?
Apparently they are allowed to do so. Local area economy probably plays a big factor.
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