ammo prices starting to drop....

Discussion in 'Ammunition & Reloading' started by str8shootr, May 27, 2013.

  1. str8shootr

    str8shootr
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    glad to see the panic prices start to drop.......

    the folks that have ammo "for sale" vs the folks that "sold" ammo

    appears to be leveling...

    I would rather have "SOLD" ammo than "for sale" ammo...

    you horders should get rid of it soon........
     
  2. Benny503

    Benny503
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    People recieved their taxes refund are out of money. Now you will see things back to normal price soon.
     
  3. P7id10T

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    Talking to the Gun counter salesman at Fisherman's Tigard today, I commented how their stock appeared to be coming back. He said, "In Pistols and some long guns. Ammo was getting worse."
     
  4. U201491

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    disregard
     
  5. str8shootr

    str8shootr
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    Fishermans was one of the first to raise their prices on ammo......almost 40% on 22lr.

    Interesting that what you saw with your own eyes, is denied by a sales guy P7.

    Are things going to get back to "normal" don't think so soon.

    Remember $1.50 gas.......now we think $3.80 a gal is a good price
     
  6. RVTECH

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    Not where I live - I see it getting better weekly. Beside how could it get worse than literally nothing on the shelves a few moths ago, at least for all the popular, common calibers anyway.
     

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