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  • Legionnaire
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    Coupons are handy I did the $30 off an order of $150 dealio.

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  • OneBadPig
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    Federal and Remington 22 seems to be plentiful here now.
    I really would like a brick of the solids (any velocity) but that stuff has been scarce for a long time.
    BTW, Legionnaire, Cabelas got me the best deal on a Tapco stock and some 20rd mags several months ago...and that was when they were hard to find. You can also take advantage of coupon deals and from time to time they offer free shipping with a minimum order.
    Last edited by OneBadPig; 11-14-2009, 12:17 PM.

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  • Legionnaire
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    Originally posted by kenno View Post
    I once shot a bunch of 22LR, like a 5000 rnds a year on my own dime, just to learn how to shoot a rifle. Know what? The cheap sub sonic ammo killed more rodents than the expensive stuff. Not that having the GOOD STUFF is a bad thing, but just know that cheap sub-sonic ammo is not a bad thing either!
    Best thing about subsonic ammo is it flies straighter. When bullets slow down and break the sound barrier again they will get destabilized, especially light .22 rounds. Of course I hope to use .22 at close range anyways, just a fun fact.
    Last edited by Legionnaire; 11-15-2009, 03:49 PM.

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  • kenno
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    I once shot a bunch of 22LR, like a 5000 rnds a year on my own dime, just to learn how to shoot a rifle. Know what? The cheap sub sonic ammo killed more rodents than the expensive stuff. Not that having the GOOD STUFF is a bad thing, you just back-off another 100 yards! Just know that cheap sub-sonic ammo is not a bad thing either! Both rounds will hit in the 6" circle. Of course reodents don't shoot back, or worse don't shoot first.
    Last edited by kenno; 11-13-2009, 07:28 PM.

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  • Legionnaire
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    I wish it were that cheap here in Commifornia. I can hardly find the stuff in any store around here. Went to a outdoors store the other day and they hard almost no ammo and the reloading section only had buckshot left. Sad times.

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  • cbprice797
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    Wally World consistently has the 550 round Federal JHP .22 for $15 a box.

    Has the 330 round Winchester box for $10.

    That is here at the 4 of them here in Fayetteville NC.

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  • Legionnaire
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    Originally posted by Diesel View Post
    that's what $21 and change a box?

    No different from any other place like wally world or a sporting goods store
    True, but Cabela's doesn't sell a bulk 500rd box for less than $30. Remember I didn't say it was the best deal. But a good deal from a trusted seller. Of course if someone else knew a better deal from a trusted seller it'd be nice to see it on here, at least I'm trying to spread the info.

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  • Diesel
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    that's what $21 and change a box?

    No different from any other place like wally world or a sporting goods store

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  • Legionnaire
    started a topic 2,100 rounds of .22LR $84.99

    2,100 rounds of .22LR $84.99

    Sorry I didn't post this yesterday when I saw it but I wanted to clear it with the wife and get mine ordered before the rush. It is already back ordered 0-1 weeks but at least I'm in line. I know you can find better deals on www.gunbroker.com but it is the eBay of guns and I don't really trust anyone on there. I do trust Cabela's because I've never gotten something other than what i've ordered. They have Federal .22LR ammo 2,100 rounds for $84.99, cost my $97 after shipping. I'm pretty low so maybe you guys don't need it like I do but I think this is an affordable deal. Link below, enjoy.

    http://www.cabelas.com/cabelas/en/te...233&hasJS=true
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