Should I go back and pick up more?

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    Around here .40 and .223 are the easiest ammo to find. Everyone has them. One local Wal-Mart acutally had .45 yesterday. Didn't need it but I did get 100 rounds of WWB.

    I'm going back and to get some more. I don't want to be caught like before with almost nothing to shoot.

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    Since it was only $15 a box I went back and bought another three boxes to be on the safe side. Thanks folks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gdm320 View Post
    Since it was only $15 a box I went back and bought another three boxes to be on the safe side. Thanks folks!
    And next week go back and get some more. There's no such thing as to much ammo.
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    on the subject of Wally World ammo. my Wally world sells the 100 rd Winchesters in 165gr i think it was for $29 and they also have 180gr Federals in 50ct for like $13.... Im going back this weekend to get more but a question is should i just stay with the Winchesters or go with Federal.. i've only shot the Winchester FMJ outt my gun at the range.. any thoughts on which is better? Federal or Win?

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    i like the 165gr. over the 180's and they are not loaded as hot.

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    I'd buy more personally. Waiting 15 min for a sales clerk to eventually find someone with the keys to the case has got to be the most mind numbing experience of the day. i.e. trips to wallyworld should be avoided and kept to a bare minimum. Stock up. I personally like to have about 1K rounds for each pistol and rifle on hand. It's EASY to burn thru 200 to 300 rds of a caliber at the range times X number of pistols/rifles.
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