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    Walmart Prices

    Local Wally has increased prices on 9mm--do not know about other calibers but they were always well priced compared to internet--now they are in the same league pricewise. Only deal (have not checked lately) was CCI mini mag 22LR, which was surprisingly lower than any internet deal except if you ordered 1500plus rounds to get shipping cost in line per 100 box.

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    I checked yesterday at my 2 walmarts and Federal 9mm is still $9.47 + tax for a 50 round box.

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    I managed to find three boxes of .45 acp in Walmart yesterday. I noticed that when the clerk rang them up, they were priced $1 more than the shelf tag. Clearly, the price just went up and the clerks haven't gotten around to changing the shelf tags yet.

    Of course, I pointed it out and paid the marked price. This is WalMart, after all.

    Even at the lower marked price, it's about $3 more a box than a year ago.
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    Ours here still don't carry any handgun ammo. They used to have the usual common "flavors" of calibers but now only some rifle ammo and lots of .22
    I haven't asked, however, if they have ceased carrying handgun ammo....
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    My WW had ammo in today for the first time in a few weeks. Tons of .40...of course I don't own a .40. But I did manage to pick up a few boxes of Federal 230gr 45 for $16.95/50....and one box of Rem UMC 45 for $19/50. They would only sell me two boxes of any certain brand per day. Soooo, i just sent my wife to get 2 more boxes of Federal....then i'll go back after 5 (when that clerk is off) and pick up 2 more. Get it while I can....compared to other places I buy ammo that's cheap.

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    .22 lr is up to $18.99/550.

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    I just paid $16.97 for a box of 50 9mm luger 124gr FMJ brand is RWS? Seems like a lot.

    I picked it up for a friend who asked me get him a box if they had some.
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    The nearest Walmart that sells ammo (in PA) wants 17$ per 50 count box (Federal 9mm target rounds). That's an outrageously high price.
    My dad back in Michigan found some Winchester 100 count boxes (FMJ) for
    24$ each. So prices really vary.
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    here it is 13 bucks per 50 for WWB and remington green box, I like the remington better.
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    Wally World still has the lowest prices on ammo going. And it's starting to be a regular buy for me again since they are starting to keep some in stock....of everything pretty much. I'm a happy camper, and hunting less these days. I do find myself getting more while it's available. All I need now is more ammo boxes.

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    Shop Wal Mart but buy American!
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    last week paid $9.47 for 9mm at WM and a box of 100 Winchester 45acp was $32,,,something.

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    Last week I paid $9.47(9mm) - $13.47(.40sw) per box of the Wally World maroon colored Federal ammo. Sign said limit of 3 per customer - but the struck up a brief conversation with granpa @ the counter & he let me get 5 boxws of each - now I gotta find time to go to the range!

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    Quote Originally Posted by varob View Post
    I just paid $16.97 for a box of 50 9mm luger 124gr FMJ brand is RWS? Seems like a lot.

    I picked it up for a friend who asked me get him a box if they had some.
    That RWS stuff that WW has started stocking is match-grade ammo imported from Switzerland hence the higher price. The blazer brass and federal (when in stock) should still be around $10 per box.
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    The RWS ammo at 16.97 is too much to pay for Fmj ammo I was in Walmart the last couple of days and it dose not seem to be selling too fast.

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