I've probably got 200-300 9mm ready to go, plus a bunch of .22 and a lot of rifle ammo.
Start rolling your own! For about $150 delivered, I got a Lee Pro1000 progressive press w/dies & and accessories, plus about $25 for a used RCBS balance (thanks ebay!). Now it costs me between $.08 - .09 a pop to make my own. And thats buying my supplies locally as I need them, not online or in bulk. If I start casting my own bullets, I'll be able to make them for closer to half of that.
This is what I currently have...
1,000 rounds of 9mm practice ammo
90 rounds of 9mm SD ammo
55 shotgun shells
I have several 9mm's. On hand right now I have about 800rds range ammo & 1100 rds defensive 9mm. I try not to get lower than about 40% of what I have at this time.
I also have some 38-357's, & 45 ammo. Of course a brick of 22 also.
Is that a typo?
Originally Posted by 2rott
1300 9x18 mak
Not to mention rifle ammo. I all ways feel like I don't have enough.
HUM how much ammo do I have on hand,
and some odds and ends
As of right now I have:
22lr - 1100 (2 box @ 550 ea)
17 HMR - 250
380 - 100
9mm - 2200
40 S&W - 1500
38 spl 150 - 357 - 150 (Don't shoot these much or at all)
45 ACP -2600
44 Rem mag - 500
12 ga - 500
16 ga - 250
30-30 - 500
223/5.56 - 2500
7.62x39 - 1500
I have about 5000 45 and 2500 40 and 2500 9mm to get rolled into useful
No reason for having it all other than I reload (And I really like doing it) and if I see a deal I'll buy up what I can. I do love a bargain.
Say what you want about buying guns at Cabelas (and I probably won't disagree with you!), but right now they have the Federal Value Pack of 525 rds of .22LR for $18.95. Of course my Ruger Single Six will shoot anything I feed it and my Beretta Neos seems to like them as well.
As far as 9mm, I shouldn't reveal my secret, but I will reveal it to you guys on the forum only if you promise not to tell...
Sportsmansguide has 1000 rds of Fiocchi 115grain for $216.97 (or $206.12 if you pay an extra $30 to join their buyers club). My S&W SW9VE seems to like these just fine.
Skip...we need to talk....i have been looking for that Mak ammo you have darn it.
Originally Posted by Skip
But to the original op, between 200-300 rounds of each caliber. exceptions, some rifles like 6.5Jap. And i just buy when the price is right.
Now skip.... about that Mak ammo... not only do you not need it, you want to sell it (and the guns) to me don't you....just kidding.
I just picked up a box of blazer brass 9mm at wal-mart for like $9 and they only had 2 boxes left.
I just tried the WM across town. Finally found some 9mm. I bought the 5 boxes they had. 2 boxes of 357 were the only other handgun rounds there.
I checked out another WM today. #4. No handgun ammo & very little rifle ammo.
me and my girlfriend went to the local WM today to get some ammo and the shelfs where bare except for some shotgun stuff. The lady at the counter told us that they had restocked the whole thing this morning and in three hours everything was gone. She said there where people buying 500 and 600 dollars worth of ammo?
where is all the ammo
our walmart has been out for over 2 months
and midwayusa is out and states no backorder
what is going on?
What caliber are you looking for?
There are other places besides Wally World and Midway.
Try Sportsmansguide: http://www.sportsmansguide.com/
I get mine at wal mart all the time I just have to call everyday to see if it comes in Last friday I bought ten boxes of 9mm which was every box they had called them saturday afternoon and went back and got eight more boxes
Everyone in my neck of the woods is sold out as well. Guy told me that they had a bunch on order, a shipment was coming in on Sat night, and would be out on Sunday morning. When I arrived on Sunday morning, they got in one box (100 rounds) and that one was gone before I got there.
I keep hearing all these stories about high priced ammo in our future -- is that the reason? Is everyone else hearing this same story?
Online is the way to go anymore. cheaperthandirt, ammoman, midway etc. I usually will check as many as I can and keep an eye out for as sale. Then buy a bunch! I reload too. Makes shooting a 40 and/or 45 a little more cost effective.
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