.380 pricing

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    .380 pricing

    I bought 2 boxes of PMC Bronze on Friday at Sportco for $16 ea.

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    See some WWB FMJ at Sports Authority for $20 per box of 50, local gun store has CCI Lawman FMJ for $25/50. Sports Authority had Fiocchi FMJ for $15 per 50, should've bought more at the time.... Hollowpoints are like $31 for a box of Remington GS and $30 for Federal HS.

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    I paid $30 for a box of 50 PMC Bronze when I first got my .380 because I wanted to try it out. It was worth it...........once.
    Now, by watching online I have stocked up on S&B FMJ for about $16/50, a fair price.
    .380 is the only ammo I actually bought before I had a gun to use it in. I found Cor-Bon HP for $20 a box and bought four.

    Finding .380 is easy.........finding it in Wal*Mart is impossible.

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    I paid around $35.00 a couple of days ago at WM for 100 rounds of WWB 95 gr. FMJ.
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    None for sale in this area, as far as I can tell. Even the gun stores are dry on the defensive rounds, and they have a box limit.

    I'd love to shoot my PPK, but for the foreseeable future I'm sticking with 9mm. The few 380 rounds I have, I want to hold on to.
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    I don't understand the resistance to ordering online.

    Your card isn't charged until the product is shipped, you pay no sales tax, the price is better than you'll get at the LGS, and it shows up on your door.

    Do it once and you'll never be searching again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guns and more View Post
    I don't understand the resistance to ordering online.

    Your card isn't charged until the product is shipped, you pay no sales tax, the price is better than you'll get at the LGS, and it shows up on your door.

    Do it once and you'll never be searching again.
    Which online stores do you recommend?
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    .380 is coming back on the shelves here in Omaha but it is mostly over priced. I ordered 300 rounds from Cabelas for something like $115. The other day at Cabelas I saw some overpriced Mexican made hollowpoints. .380 is more available but you feel like you're getting ripped off when it costs the same or more than larger calibers. I feel like buying a 9mm just so I can shoot a gun bigger than a .22 for not so much money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orygun2 View Post
    Which online stores do you recommend?
    I've had no problems with Natchez and Cabelas.
    Natchez seems a bit faster.
    I even let them backorder. (.380)
    I believe now most calibers can be found in stock somewhere.

    UPS delivers it and leaves it at your door.

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    Generally speaking, I think here in central Alabama a'round $23 per
    box of 50 is the norm, for FMJ's. If Wally World were too be the
    only place I could purchase it; then I guess I would park all of my
    .380's, as I don't do business with people who treat their employees
    unfairly~!

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