Rickreall Gun Show..Ammo Avail

Discussion in 'Events & Get Togethers' started by Dallas Ken, Jun 8, 2013.

  1. Dallas Ken

    Dallas Ken
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    Seems to be plenty of ammo and primers at the Rickreall show today. Shop around on the prices, still a few hungry people trying to sell 22 bricks for $75. Other ammo was pretty fairly priced. Not too crowded this morning either.
    I believe prices are getting back to order a bit.
     
  2. RB87

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    I saw some .22 for $65/500, Federal bulk packs. CCI pack for $50 or so but I forget the quantity. Wolf .223 was $189/500. Russian 7.62x39 was $149.

    9mm wasn't cheap though, $375/1k.
     
  3. Panther

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    I was going to text you see if you were going Dk. Guess u answered that question. The boy and I are planning on heading down tomorrow. Looking for a western style belt and holster for our new old model s6. May take a few doubles out there and if any interested parties.
     
  4. mrblond

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    Saw some PP 10mm for 20ish a box which is a pretty fair price.. My favorite table was the Colt collector one. I totally got wood checking those old 1911s and SAAs. Lots of ammo to be had but it was still pretty high for my tastes.
     
  5. BillM

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    Stopped in yesterday on the way home from the ARPC USPSA match. Not crowded at all.
    I think there was one less row of tables in the main hall compared to previous shows.
    Suspect that the Portland show on the same weekend pulled some people away.

    Quite a bit of ammo, primers and powder. Still scalper prices on 22 LR, but getting
    better. Lots of AR's and AK's, actually a fair selection of everything compared to a few
    months ago.

    Probably not the best for vendors--but it was kind of nice to walk through the show without
    feeling like a sardine in a can. Been going to this show for at least 40 years---and the last few
    it's been REALLY crowded.
     
  6. PDXSparky

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    I agree, the isles were noticeably wider, and definitely some vendors chose the PDX show over the Rickreall show. Keiths wasn't there for example.



    I missed the last show, but the 2 shows before that were packed. I went on Sunday this time and there were fewer people that I've ever seen there.
     

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