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AMMO in stock: 500 round Brick - 22 LR CCI Standard Velocity OOS

LexaID4 107 February 15, 2013 at 10:58 AM in Other (2)
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WHAT IS THE WORLD COMMING TO? 500 Bricks of 500 / or a total of 250,000 ROUNDS SOLD IN 2.5 MINUES FLAT!!!!!! Scary Times my Friend!
AMMO in stock: 500 round Brick - 22 LR CCI Standard Velocity

NOTE Please dont thumbs down for due to high demand I tried my best to get this posted as fast as possible!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Just because you are disappointed dosent equal that I didnt try to inform you!



Solid .22 ammo 7 cents a round.

limit 4 500-round bricks:

http://www.sgammo.com/product/22-...t-4-bricks

500 bricks 12:59
320 bricks 12:59
116 bricks left 1:00
84 bricks 1:00
36 1:01

website slammed

12 at 1:02

500 bricks of 500 out of stock in 2.5 minutes OOS

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#31
Concealed Carry Class for $250? lolfail
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#32
Quote from Black107 View Post :
*facepalm*

STOP snapping up ammo at these ridiculous prices. $35 for a box of 500 .22? ARE YOU KIDDING ME

You guys are encouraging them to make these the permanent prices.
You do realize that CCI .22 was about $6.50 per 100 prior to the insanity.

That's 6.5 cents per round.

This deal is 7 cents per round.

This isn't a bad deal at all and if you don't see that, I don't know what to say.

Manufacturers aren't going to catch up to demand on personal orders alone then combined with the BILLIONS of rounds the government has on order for many many months and the manufacturers aren't going to invest in new production lines because eventually demand will settle.

So when you run out of .22.. and can't go shooting for cheap... don't come crying ot us because you skipped out on what is a decent deal at the time.
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Quote from Black107 View Post :
Just because people are willing to pay inflated prices doesn't mean you should be contributing to the problem. People buying items already in scarce supply and turning around and flipping them for a significant profit (in this case buying for $0.07/rd and selling for $0.15/rd) is commonly referred to as scalping.

Furthermore, your CCW qualification argument is bullshit, who CCWs a 22?
A .22 can make a perfectly fine round for self defense and CCW, espescially for the ladies and the elderly.

Go ask a police officer about some of the victims they have seen killed with a .22 and you might have a little more respect for the caliber.
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Quote from Train Wreck View Post :
Crappiest price ever.
Compare to Currently listed prices of available stock and its a great price .07 a shot is a great price!

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#35
Quote from jrudy01 View Post :
sad that back in november i was paying 17.50 for a 500 brick. crazy that its doubled.
You paid 17.50 for a brick of bulk federal... not CCI's.

THere is a difference.

Pick up a walther p22 or a .22 AR style semi auto and run some federal through it...

Then run some CCI's through it... and enjoy the lack of FTF, FTE's....

Im not saying the 17.50 ammo wasn't fine.. I used plenty of it.. but there is a diffeence and if you are going to compare prices you need to compare to comparable priced products at the time.
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Quote from GTeye View Post :
You do realize that CCI .22 was about $6.50 per 100 prior to the insanity.

That's 6.5 cents per round.

This deal is 7 cents per round.

This isn't a bad deal at all and if you don't see that, I don't know what to say.

Manufacturers aren't going to catch up to demand on personal orders alone then combined with the BILLIONS of rounds the government has on order for many many months and the manufacturers aren't going to invest in new production lines because eventually demand will settle.

So when you run out of .22.. and can't go shooting for cheap... don't come crying ot us because you skipped out on what is a decent deal at the time.

That was the price for 100, but the larger packs had cheaper per round pricing. The 500 packs of CCI were closer to .06 and if you got larger quantities, you could bring that down even more. It is still cheaper than shooting pretty much anything else at this point.
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#37
Keep in mind that Natches, who has had some bricks of .22 for .05 and.07 lately, are restricting purchases to ONE BOX...

So you are paying $18-$20 for a brick but then $12+ dollars for shipping that single box... so unless you are ordering alot of other calibers, it isn't comparable.
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Quote from sdmahoney View Post :
That was the price for 100, but the larger packs had cheaper per round pricing. The 500 packs of CCI were closer to .06 and if you got larger quantities, you could bring that down even more. It is still cheaper than shooting pretty much anything else at this point.
Agreed, buying in true bulk is always the way to go, when you can do it.

Even at .06... .07 is only 1 cent more per round, in this climate where the only thing on the shelves is 12 gauge shells... it's a good deal.

I have no doubt I will go through the 1500 rounds I have and the 1000 I just ordered (splitting the other half of the order with a friend) well before the time prices settle back to pre-madness price.
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Quote from jewverse View Post :
Concealed Carry Class for $250? lolfail
Well here in the rural area we live in there is only one choice of an instructor and that is his set price! If you drive 2 hrs to the nearest city, you can get a gallon of milk for $2.50, but here in the rural area, despite being where the cows are, the price is $4.00 a gal. I'm sorry if you can't understand that and I'm glad if you are in a place where things are more available and you have choices. This is an indication of the dying off of our smaller communities.

As a comparison, I laugh at the prices of what the houses cost in CA, but that's what they are used to. Basic supply and demand and what the market can stand. I'm sure that where you are from, you don't have to be put on an 8 mo waiting list to get into a CCW class either, but that's just how it is here.
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Quote from kbenson View Post :
One of the reasons ammo prices are so high

http://www.examiner.com/article/f...-questions
I already knew about the feds buying billions of bullets back in September. That news didn't really affect ammo prices nor the stock levels. I stocked up back in October prior to the election and things were still normal then. Prices never really spiked until shelves started to go bare in mid December. Ammo prices are so high now because stock isn't available. Now why is stock not available is what I want to know. I don't buy the whole people are buying up all the stock reasoning because anyone claiming that is only looking at the present day surface symptoms. People are buying up scrape amounts because normal stock isn't actually coming in making ammo scarce and driving up prices. That's the route problem. Interestingly enough this all started right after Sandy Hook. Sandy Hook emptied the shelves but the shelves were never really restocked and people just assumed the masses were continually buying up everything out of fear. From what I've been able to figure out, ammo makers are actually ramping up production but my local stores aren't actually getting stock and neither are the online stores. What they are receiving are peanut amounts. Someone is buying up all the stock between manufacturing and distribution to the stores. Makes one think the current ammo shortage was engineered. Something unusual is going on behind the seams. I don't know what but it makes my "spider senses" tingle.

Quote from LexaID4 View Post :
Ammo in my area in B&M is ALLLLLL OOS and has been for a long while.
I'm in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area and I can confirm that here as well (since December) so it's just not limited to rural areas.

500 bricks for an online shop that ships to a nation wide market is a pretty small shipment.
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#41
sounds like you should become an instructor then
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Quote from Black107 View Post :
*facepalm*

STOP snapping up ammo at these ridiculous prices. $35 for a box of 500 .22? ARE YOU KIDDING ME

You guys are encouraging them to make these the permanent prices.
I just saw a box of 500 at $49 in store....
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Quote from GTeye View Post :
Keep in mind that Natches, who has had some bricks of .22 for .05 and.07 lately, are restricting purchases to ONE BOX...

So you are paying $18-$20 for a brick but then $12+ dollars for shipping that single box... so unless you are ordering alot of other calibers, it isn't comparable.

You are right on!!!!!! and if you haven't checked as of late Natchez is now calling it a shipping and handling fee of $19.95 even on a box of 350 .22LR that costs $16.99 so your total price for one box is $36.94 ($0.10/rd) and, as you pointed out, limit ONE box. That's a $20 charge per customer as you walk through the door. What gun shop would you let charge you $20 just to walk in and hand/"handle" you a box of ammo. But it is gladlly bought up within hours.

You hit the nail on the head!! Good call GTeye!
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[QUOTE=pliepl;57608736]Interestingly enough this all started right after Sandy Hook. Sandy Hook emptied the shelves but the shelves were never really restocked and people just assumed the masses were continually buying up everything out of fear. From what I've been able to figure out, ammo makers are actually ramping up production but my local stores aren't actually getting stock and neither are the online stores. What they are receiving are peanut amounts. [QUOTE]

I don't think there is some grand conspiracy at the moment regarding supplies.

I think what you are seeing is TONS of people who have never owned a weapon before going out and buying one in fear that they may not be able to in 6 months.

While I think the gun control push is going to ultimately fail, this is the first legitimate attempt at banning, confiscation and regulation in 20 years and the bills this time are targeting more than just your "assault rifle" (made up term) type weapons but weapons that the majority of people currently have next to their beds.

Add to that panic buying, hoarding, increased interest in shooting, etc and you have a recipe for shortages.

You can literally watch, even when a place gets in 5000 boxes, the numbers go down in real time.. within minutes, they are gone.

I saw packs of 5000 .22LR go in just 20 minutes from a site the other day... it's insane.
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Quote from jewverse View Post :
sounds like you should become an instructor then
One little problem with that, I don't own any ground. I have very few ranges out here and none of them allow CCW classes to take place due to liability. I guess we could go shoot in my basement.shake head but I dont think that the local PD would like that too much!

Start up cost at a minimum in my area would be a cost of $10-12k/acre, not including the rental of the equipment to move dirt to create a backstop. All in all, you point out a good entrepeneurial idea, but not cost effective due to start of cost and cost of ground in the corn belt! It would take a lot of students to cover that cost!
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