Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by Capn Jack, Jan 20, 2015.
Armscor .22lr HP 8 cents a round shipped to Seattle area.
8 round limit?
500 rd. cartons. I always figure price per round including the shipping. Under .10 is good.
Often the price per round is low, but the shipping is a killer.
These days if you can find .22 LR at any price it's a deal.
Yesterday at Wally World in Burlington I saw several boxes of .22lr on the shelf, at less than .10 a round, limit 3 boxes per person. So it it coming back....
Bi-mart here on the central coast has went away from brick sales and has started selling individual boxes only, I think it's a BS move though.
IMO, for generic bulk .22 LR, under 6 cents is decent, 5 cents fair (given the current market) and 4 cents would be where I start buying regularly.
FWIW, before the current streak of panic buying, I would regularly pay 2 cents per round on sale, and 3 cents per round was the high end.
Last bulk purchase I made a couple of months ago was 6 cents per round from someone here.
I remember buying bricks on sale for $13.55 The kid could chew through those 500 in a little over an hour.
I have a friend that bought a pallet about a month before stupidity set in. 8 Cents is still too much for .22
I totally agree with your comment.
My comparison.... you go to the store, see a new microbrew, and you must buy the whole six pack, not just the one bottle you want.
I think I will go in and ask for one 300 winmag cartridge, seeing that they come in a box of 20, lets break that down as well!
Dang. Guess I gotta hurry up and finish burning through the stuff I bought for seven cents.
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