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Posted on 01/14/2013 3:21:23 PM PST by Fawn
Can someone tell me where to buy reasonably priced bullets online?? Thank you...
Bullets? Or cartridges?
If bullets for reloading, wideners is good. (nothing is cheap anymore)
Or ammo, these guys are good if in stock:
One of my favorite sites is ammoman.com, who are reporting 4-5 days behind on orders. Ammunitiontogo.com is reporting 22-25 day delay. Freedommunitions.com is reporting a "temporary pause" while they catch up (you can't even order). I used to deal with Cheaper Than Dirt but lately I'm not so sure about those guys.
Best of luck!
No. You ain’t supposed to ask that kind of thing. Google it.
Try Midway USA, Cheaper Than Dirt, and Sportmans Guide.
Good luck. Many of the popular cartridges/calibers are sold out ("on back order").
If all else fails, visit hardware stores, in small towns near you (if there are any). People sometimes overlook those.
You’re too late.
No bullets. No primers and no brass.
Good luck. You won’t get any new ammo for at least three months.
Here’s some places to try:
Good luck finding anything that isn’t 2-3x its last summer/fall’s price!
.22 short is all that will be allowed soon. Good thing there was a big stack at Wal-Mart. I stocked up.
Bulkammo has an waiting list for ammo
I went to Cheaperthandirt.com selling out quickly though.
There are many good places to buy cartridges, probably the same for bullets. Here are a few off the top of my head for cartridges:
Cabelas.com (yea, they really aren’t badly priced)
gunbroker.com (just keep bidding)
gunauction.com (ditto on bidding)
It’s an auto-updating page that lists ammo by price and caliber.
Cabelas. I like to keep all of my ordinance the same caliber - pistols & rifles, all .22.
I don’t really want to kill anyone, but with the “Spray-and-Pray” potential of .22, the ability is there if needed...
Someone told me that you have to pay an extra shipping charge for “Dangerous Cargo”, but I never had a problem with .22. The shipping was reasonable through Cabelas.
No. Even if I knew I couldn’t tell you.
They are too scarce and expensive....
If you mean cartridges, as in, ammunition, then nowhere. If you are really talking “bullets” then you just have to hunt for some places, obviously certain calibers are harder find than others.
these guys have mucho reloading stuff:
i presume you meant ammunition that you can put in you gun and shoot.
Cabellas is good
CheaperThanDirt.com 1 800 421 8047
Natchezss.com 1 800 251 7839
Good Luck. They are sold out of a lot of ammo,
Go to www.ammoseek.com
What caliber(s) are you trying to find?
Aren’t you all sorry now that you wasted good ammo on target practice, when you knew you didn’t even need target practice? Now that the panic-buyers have stockpiled all the ammo out of stock, you’re caught with your pants down. And the traitors online will sucker you if they can, and put your name in the “database”. Watch and see.
Oh, and a thanks-for-the-thread BTT. Some good information on here that I may need during the Great Ammo Drought.
I bought three boxes of 22LR hollow point at Cabela’s yesterday for delivery in one or two weeks.
Thanks; I’ll add it.
For hunting or self defense?
Ain’t happening, Sir/Mam. Most manufacturers are out of components.
And any that they make from this point on will go to the distrubutors who will be selling in bulk.
Last price I heard for 1000 rds of .223 was $1250. And they were gone within hours.
And don’t forget about all the law enforcement agencies that are now telling the world that they don’t have enough ammo to train and equip their officers/deputies/agents. They’re going to get first dibs on anything that is produced. Ya know, for the public good and all.
I wish you luck.
Bulk bullets have been really scarce since the election, and are even more scarce now. Just about every .224 bullet 55 grain and up is gone. FMJ 9mm and .45 APC are really difficult to find. I am thinking about reloading with lead instead, it is cheaper and my gun club allows it the indoor range.
Thanks all....great resources.
Lucky Gunner is also a good one.
“Fawn” asking for bullets?
Isn’t this like Nervous Tick wondering where he might find some good tick repellent?
Bigfish nosing about for hooks?
ROCKLOBSTER poking around for traps?
Something funny here...hmmmmm??
You will probably need to go to gun shows, but be prepared to bring a wheelbarrow full of cash.
>> Something funny here...hmmmmm??
You lookin’ for a fight, whitey?
>> Last price I heard for 1000 rds of .223 was $1250.
Wow. .223 used to be the “low cost” rifle to shoot.
Meanwhile, a couple weeks ago I found some of that eastern european stuff for my .243... less than $15 a box of 20... right there on the shelf.
I buy from Midway USA, BulkAmmo.com, LuckyGunner, and Ammoman.com. I used to buy from CheaperThanDirt, but they ain't that anymore.
Thanks; also added to my resource list.
Fawn’s lips are tired of continual worship of AgencyPersons and Agenda Uber Alles.
Cut Fawn some slack, being an agency apologist eventually overstimulates even Fawn’s gag reflex.
Besides, Fawn may be getting ‘reimbursed’ by said Agencypersons for possible data on “Bitter Clingers” in the FR community.
OR, Fawn may have finally seen the danger in predators (2 or four legged ones) and decided to arm up. Florida can be dangerous, what with a surplus of AgencyPersons, Jack Boots, bear, cougar, pythons, and the ubiquitous Urban Ferals.
If the inquiry is legitimate, Welcome to America’s ‘Gun Culture’ Fawn!
She’s probably planning on arming bears. Straw buyer for Gentle Ben.
Fawn CAN see the forest for the trees, she knows which way the wind is blowing, and when the time comes she’ll be ready to bolt—a bolt action, that is.
Bud's Gun Shop (http://www.budsgunshop.com/catalog/index.php), and
Tombstone Tactical (http://www.tombstonetactical.com)