For boxes of 100 count?
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Well I went to Union City today which is located
about 20 miles from Atlanta. Just wanted to see
were ammo prices were at now.
9mm was $19
.40 was $28
.38 was $32
All other calibers were missing except for shotgun
and rifle ammo.
They did have 00 buck for $5.95 which is nice
since Newnan, here only has birdshot.
Bought 100 rounds of White Box .380 yesterday - $33 Plus tax!!!
I thing were being scre....Taken advantage of!!
I stopped at Wally World in Ames, IA on Thursday. I was surprised to see some ammo on the shelf. They had a little of everything, even 380 and 45GAP. The big surprise was 2 boxes of 45LC @ $28.95 each! They walked out with me, haven't seen that price for 2 years. Have NEVER seen 45LC at WW before.
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It's coming back. Slowly but surely by what I've seen over the past couple of weeks. Federal bulk 100ct boxes of .223 have been more prevalent in this neck of the woods. Still under $40! Guessing there will be another subsequent run once this word gets out. Maybe everyone else has spent their limit on their credit cards? That would be cool in my book. I'm ready for the day.
The Walmart prices in small town KY are: 9mm 50 count=$12.50; 40 cal 50 count $14.47; 100 boxes of 12 gauge # 7or 8 $23.00; 38 spl 100 count $32.00. When available, 9mm 100 count are about $22.00. Of course many of these have been quite scarce throughout the summer.
Bought 4 boxes of 100rd WWB today; $33/box.
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Bought 2 boxes Federal .40 fmj ($14.97) and 1 box WWB .40 JHP ($22.97) 2-nite.
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Okay, so it's not exactly WALLY WORLD but I was at BASS PRO yesterday and they seemed flush of all calibers except 9mm. Plenty of 5.56/45ACP though. Not much in the lower cost WWB, Federal Red Box or UMC, however. Prices there used to be outstanding but now I would put them as average.
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Suburban Detroit Wally World Federal 9mm $9.47, box of 50.
Bought 6 boxes today.
"Don't be afraid to see what you see.
My local Walmart had 9 boxes of 38 special, some 45, some 9mm. They have had a couple of boxes of 44 Mag for a while. This is the most 38 Special I have seen in two years.
They have never been out of the .223 and 7.62 EBR ammo in the past year. I guess it's OK to buy the ammo, they just don't want you to have the gun!