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#5493197 - 12/22/14 02:04 PM .22 amo
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Tyler, $5+ a box of 50, limit of two or a brick don't remember the price. I think they were all .10 a round.

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#5493203 - 12/22/14 02:08 PM Re: .22 amo [Re: White Falcon]
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Sorry at Academy.

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#5495871 - 12/23/14 03:56 PM Re: .22 amo [Re: White Falcon]
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Originally Posted By: White Falcon
Sorry at Academy.
I passed on some Thunderbolts $2.79 for 50. Cheap ones like that should be 3-4 cents. After tax those were >$0.06 ea.
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#5495888 - 12/23/14 04:03 PM Re: .22 amo [Re: Rocklock]
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Originally Posted By: Rocklock
Originally Posted By: White Falcon
Sorry at Academy.
I passed on some Thunderbolts $2.79 for 50. Cheap ones like that should be 3-4 cents. After tax those were >$0.06 ea.


It looks like cost went up, so 6 cents seems reasonable.

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#5496551 - 12/23/14 09:48 PM Re: .22 amo [Re: Varget 7-08]
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Originally Posted By: Varget 7-08
Originally Posted By: Rocklock
Originally Posted By: White Falcon
Sorry at Academy.
I passed on some Thunderbolts $2.79 for 50. Cheap ones like that should be 3-4 cents. After tax those were >$0.06 ea.


It looks like cost went up, so 6 cents seems reasonable.


Not for Thunderbolts. Likely the worst of all 50-round box .22LR. I wouldn't give $1 per 50 if there were cases available. Everyone has their line they won't cross. If I still had a boat load of that kind of junk I guess I could sell it for $0.06 per but it's long gone....a good thing about the shortage I guess, I ran out of the crappy stuff because people would trade nearly anything for it. I might have a partial box of Thundercraps if anyone wants it free.
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#5496650 - 12/23/14 10:38 PM Re: .22 amo [Re: GasGuzzler]
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Originally Posted By: GasGuzzler
Originally Posted By: Varget 7-08
Originally Posted By: Rocklock
Originally Posted By: White Falcon
Sorry at Academy.
I passed on some Thunderbolts $2.79 for 50. Cheap ones like that should be 3-4 cents. After tax those were >$0.06 ea.


It looks like cost went up, so 6 cents seems reasonable.


Not for Thunderbolts. Likely the worst of all 50-round box .22LR. I wouldn't give $1 per 50 if there were cases available. Everyone has their line they won't cross. If I still had a boat load of that kind of junk I guess I could sell it for $0.06 per but it's long gone....a good thing about the shortage I guess, I ran out of the crappy stuff because people would trade nearly anything for it. I might have a partial box of Thundercraps if anyone wants it free.


Thundercraps roflmao
I shoot varmints in traps from about 6 feet, they do just fine.
I bought a bucket of some kind of .22 the other day at Academy. I don't know why I did it. They put out a bunch of ammo and everyone started grabbing their limit of it. I felt like I should buy some. Now my brother gets a bucket of .22lr for Christmas grin
I have something like 8 boxes of 400-500 rounds, crazy. I really need to get busy trapping coons again. Or just use a baseball bat like Txcatman1. Saves on ammo.
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