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CCI web store has CCI Quiet-22 @ 4.99 per box of 50 - limit 10 per order.
Just so you are aware - Per website:
"These cartridges may be used in semi-automatic firearms, however manual cycling...
Crapp-tonne of reloading gear. I think the seller is wrong for trying to unload it all in one lump, but who knows?
Buffalo Bore still has just about all of their ammo available. Bought some .380, as it was the only place I could find any, other than our classified section, and was more reasonably priced.
FYI there is a great deal online right now for Datrex survival bars. Essentially they taste like pie crust/ghram cracker/ with a hint of Coconut. Pretty sure its made with healthy ingrediants too. Not bad. I just ate one from an old stash that was made around 2009 and it tasted/smelled fine...
Cabela's in Tualatin appears to have the following powders in stock.
Prices are high but if you use raise.com discount gift cards it will save you about 14% off. If you are a Cabela's club card (visa cc) holder they have 10% off online orders today...
I visited a store called Mega Foods in Woodburn on Saturday near the Bimart. They had a bunch of dry pasta in 7oz packages that were priced at 7 packages for $1. That comes out to about 3lbs for a buck. If you are short on cash but want to put a way some calories (besides rice) for an emergency...
Just picked up a Rossi .22 18" for $87 on sale at Bi-Mart. Cute little thing, weighs nothing. Put a couple hundred rounds through , not a single issue. Also .22 ammo on sale 1400 rounds for $44. That's .04 cents a round.
Never go wrong with a inexpensive little .22 you can throw around and not...
I recently sold my nice Saiga AK as I haven’t been shooting it much. It sold to an out of state buyer so I still have my ammo left. All of this ammo is stored in my ammo safe inside my house, so it is all in excellent condition. It includes ammo from PMC, American Eagle, Tula / Tulammo, Wolf...
This has been my ArmaLite Ar-10A4 for the past 6 years. It is a great gun and fun to shoot but I need the money more than I need the gun. I have 3 or 4 clips that I will include ($40 value each) plus a soft gun case ($50 value), extended charging handle, and the scope. The scope is the...