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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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#76
These prices are insane. I'm considering taking the guns out of the safes and storing the ammo in them instead.
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Quote from MIX MASTER ICE View Post :
What are you going to do with 20 thousand rounds of .22? Are you overrun with thousands of rabbits on your property?Confused
Why does everyone who asks that kind of question assume you have to shoot all that ammo in a week or a month??

They will sit happily in a closet being depleted for the next 3-5+ years at only 3 or 4 cents each....while I cringe at the shooting range seeing others rationing their ammo cause they paid over double/triple the price.

Hoarder? Nope. I actually deplete my ammo not sit on them. And you can't hoard at current prices.
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Quote from LordAthens View Post :
These prices are insane. I'm considering taking the guns out of the safes and storing the ammo in them instead.
fricking funny !!!

But its pretty sad that for what I pay for a case of 5.56 on Friday i actually paid the same for my Remington 700 with Scope two years earlier...($590)
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Quote from rimshaker View Post :
Why does everyone who asks that kind of question assume you have to shoot all that ammo in a week or a month??

They will sit happily in a closet being depleted for the next 3-5+ years at only 3 or 4 cents each....while I cringe at the shooting range seeing others rationing their ammo cause they paid over double/triple the price.

Hoarder? Nope. I actually deplete my ammo not sit on them. And you can't hoard at current prices.

I made no mention of you shooting 20k rounds of .22 in a week or a month. Just find it strange to think somebody feels the need to have 20k rounds of .22 on hand. You buy what you want, but what are you shooting with it? Small game or just an extreme plinker? bounce

I'm all for having ammo on hand, but I never keep that much ammo total for the 6 caliber of ammo my guns use. Feeling the need to have 20k rounds of .22 is what makes the shortages that much worse.
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Quote from ajentoranje View Post :
First off, what are the Southern states actually receiving? Is it welfare, SS, Dept of Ed funds, HUD, highways, border patrols, etc?? If you just just blanket count Fed dollas, its a useless and irrelevant statistic. Feds are responsible for highways, so if the Feds need to build or repair the Federal roads, its their job to do so, even if there are 10 people in the State. What about the Coast Guard costs for Florida or Texas? Military bases in Texas and Bama or North Carolina? Just an FYI, 14 of the Top 15 welfare states that are blue states.

Second off, who is getting the funds? Just because a state gets more Fed dollars than it gives, doesnt mean its true. Florida for example, has many retired seniors, who arent contributing anything, yet are collecting their SS benefits. Who is on disability?

3rd off, what political party is getting those funds? Are Democrat voters or Republican voters getting the Fed dollars? There isnt a single recorded statistic by the CDC or Census Bureau that details who is getting welfare or disability and what political party they are. The closest we can guess is that if they are black, since 97% voted for Obama, any black people that receive welfare is 97% certain to be a Democrat. So again, WHO is getting the Federal dollars in those Southern states?

But I digress, I kinda agree with you... if there ever were to be a civil war again in this country, it wouldnt be Noth vs South, it would be between workers and slackers. Slackers would riot in the streets and demanding morre handouts and entitlements, and the workers who own guns (majority of them) would be picking them off at a good clip. Thats just my opinion. They might overpower me, but barring any catastrophic malfunction of all my guns, I know I will get 30-50 before they can get to me. wave
Consider this [economist.com] article by The Economist.
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Quote from rimshaker View Post :
Why does everyone who asks that kind of question assume you have to shoot all that ammo in a week or a month??

They will sit happily in a closet being depleted for the next 3-5+ years at only 3 or 4 cents each....while I cringe at the shooting range seeing others rationing their ammo cause they paid over double/triple the price.

Hoarder? Nope. I actually deplete my ammo not sit on them. And you can't hoard at current prices.
Agreed. 1000+

There is a reason why everyone is on here in order to save money. And common rule that applies that buying bulk saves money. When you look at the historical price of ammo, it goes no where but up. Hell, I hear about old timers who purchased military surplus ammo in the 80s at 70 bucks per 1k of ak47 7.62 ammo....... and they still working on it to this day makes me envious. Current prices are 300-400 per 1k rds right now, if not more. Scared to look at 5.56 / 223 round prices.

Consider someone who purchased 20k rds of ammo at any caliber in the 80s. And compare with another people just purchased what he needed for that day at the local store at given price for that time.... all the way til now reaching 20k. Who do you think saved $$ in the long run? I started late and started buying them in early 2012. Bought a bulk of 9mm at $160 per 1k. I'm still working on it while everyone else is buying 30 bucks per 50 rds. What is that? 600 bucks per 1k? Thats insane. Buying in bulk helps protect you from wild swings of ammo prices during shootings and elections, can still shoot while everyone else are scared to go to the range.

Hell, if gasoline never went bad and as long as you properly store it, last decades like ammo? I would have purchased by the barrels in 1999 when gas was like 80 cents a gallon. Would you call that people who bought couple of tanker size amount of gas that never goes bad at 80 cents a gallon and uses it to this day a crazy nutt or a genius?
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