This is a discussion on Least Expensive Quality Practice 9mm Ammo? within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Any Russian ammo is fine if you want cheap... I found ammo cans of brass 9mm at Wholesale sports for $119 for 500 rds and ...
Any Russian ammo is fine if you want cheap... I found ammo cans of brass 9mm at Wholesale sports for $119 for 500 rds and a waterproof ammo can... Best I have seen in a while. I happen to walk in the morning it was delivered. The full pallet was 3/4 gone and it was only 11AM... They had a pallet of 223 and that took less than 3 hours to be bought out...
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If you can find it, the Federal Champion sold by Walmart. Stay away from Tula ammo. Winchester White Box is decent ammo as well, however I find it to be quite a bit dirtier than the Federal.
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Remington UMC 115 grain FMJ 250 round pack at Walmart...I think it was $63.
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I went to the local Wally world and the shelves were empty of 9 9mm round. 2 days prior it was full of . So i settled for some 12 gauge instead.
I get federal from walmart. Its been pretty good for me
FreedomMunitions sells "Blaster: Training Ammo" that is reloaded. The prices are somewhat cheaper than name brand, but the quality isn't superb. I've been through 600 rounds of the 9mm and have had 5 FTEs and three rounds where the bullet was pressed too far into the casing so I wouldn't even want to fire them. So that puts quality at less than 99%, BUT I think they're still cheaper per round even if you take those out.
Reloads from Freedom Munitions:
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You'll get an occasional FTF but you just clear it and keep on keepin' on...
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Instead of looking in the big box stores, you might want to check with your local gun shop or surplus store for factory reloads. They usually come in set quantities in cardboard boxes. I picked up a box of 1000 9mm last summer. The price was pretty good, compared to market price at that time.
Federal 115g FMJ Wally world $19.95 per 100 ct box. At least it was last week.