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Discussion in 'Great Deals' started by F2CMaDMaXX, Jun 7, 2016.
Costco have two new, good quality, sealing, metal ammo cans, .50cal and .30cal for $20.
Hopefully they will start selling ammo soon.
lol, i doubt it, but that would be cool.
They've got quite a few Canon safes in at the Hillsboro store right now, along with a large pallet of these cans.
we need a costco for firearms. Buy you ammo by the pallet. AR receivers by the bushel. 100,000 ear plugs. gun oil by the tanker
Ha! Yea, right...
I can barely afford to walk out of that place with the food basics
But with the bulk buys come Quantity Discounts.
One of my Lottery List dreams: to open up a Tactical Outfitter that buys ammo in lots so big Lake City gives us half-off the wholesale price. (Deep discounts passed along to NWFA and other selected firearm community Supporting Members, too! )
Sigh... I have to win the Powerball before I can even start to think about indulging my dreams of being the American homefront's Yuri Orlov... LOL
Look into surplus. I've found them for more than reasonable.
Fat 50/B-grade $12
That's why i bought these;
.50cal A grade & .30cal A grade.
Both brand new, $20 for the pair.
I missed the 50/30 option. I have a supply, so I must have skimmed the posting.
Not bad if 30cal cans are of use.
Bigger is better
For those of you who make it a point to buy USA made goods, these are not for you.
Isn't that price a bit high for a china import?
Yes, label on the bottom says made in China for Heritage, NY.
It's a metal ammo can, quality seems alright, price felt alright for the two cans being brand new.
I'll stick with the surplus ammo cans. I like the authentic look with the writing on the outside and Made in "Merica.
last time I bought ammo cans they were $8 each.
Guy on here ordered a pallet and had a ton extra. I don't know what constitutes A or B grade but no rust and good seals on all mine.
I bet a group buy on these would go well.
I buy the real deal.
Check locally for surplus shops in your area. As a last effort, ebay. Be sure to check shipping costs.
Never saw a nice looking can at a surplus shop for ten bucks. Depending on their condition, it was 10 and upwards, purely for the nicer condition/appearance.
If people don't want to buy these, i do not care, however the price and condition is good, which is why i posted it.
Just ran into these myself. Decent deal for brand new cans.
I find it funny that Costco sells these items, but it not friendly to permit holders.
Local store [Kennewick] has no signs ~ or postings regarding fire arms.