Run to Woodburn Bi-Mart for 9mm!!

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  1. gallogiro

    gallogiro
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    They have about 7 boxes of 9mm UMC, 250 rd @ $57.99.

    And about 12 boxes of 9mm blazer Blazer Brass, 50 rd @ $13/ box.

    I could only snag one of the UMC bricks since I'm low on cash. But I thought I would give anyone in the area a heads up.

    Good luck

    :thumbup:
     
  2. VWTim

    VWTim
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    Any 5.56?
     
  3. aquariumjunky

    aquariumjunky
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    Straight shooters in Lebanon had 4 cases of PMC .223 and more in back (i think) yesterday 2pm ish :)

    Not to mention more ammo on the shelfs then I had seen in any store in a long time in various calibers

    STeven
     
  4. bignate

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    Same here in La Grande. $12 a box of 50 :):):)


    nate
     
  5. gallogiro

    gallogiro
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    Didn't see any. I got lucky last week they were holding 8 boxes of .223 rem for a guy who didn't show up to pick them up. I walked up to the counter right when he was putting them up, yeah.. I took em.

    They had like 3 boxes of hornady .223 for like $18 a box. I passed on that.
     
  6. MAVRICK60

    MAVRICK60
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    Oregon City Bi-Mart has 8 boxes of thesame UMC 9mm also 3 boxes of Hornady 223
     
  7. Weebs

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    The blazer brass is nearly gone in Woodburn. Call before you go.
     
  8. sbarclay71

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    I picked up 10 outa the last 12 box's of the 9mm and the guy behind me picked up the rest.So it's gone.
     
  9. bt97006

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    Beaverton-Hillsdale Bimart had about a dozen 9 mm. umc mega packs and probably two cases of the blazer brass about an hour ago. Still no powder:(
     
  10. billc

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    The Albany Bi-Mart has a limit of 5 boxes per caliber per person. it was all most like a carnival at the counter! People went crazy! I was able to get 5 boxes of 9mm and 3 of .357! Just missed on the mega pacs, seen the last of them leaving as I walked up! A man at the checkout told me that Obama is going to come and get all that ammo. I just looked at him and said, "no he won't". Left it at that.
    The wife went back later and they still had 2 boxes of 9mm, the good woman that she is, she grabbed them!
     
  11. kevlar

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    Nah Woodburn bi mart had 3 or 4 cases on the floor behind the counter of the blazer brass
     
  12. terrylf72

    terrylf72
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    Modowland bimart in 172nd and Powell in portland had 2 mega packs one 9mm (250) $50 and one 223 (200) $80 !!! Yes I got lucking

    I get Employee discount cause of my Girlfriend
     
  13. 284guy

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    The wife went back later and they still had 2 boxes of 9mm, the good woman that she is, she grabbed them![/QUOTE]

    WOW, does she have a sister?... lol
     
  14. PhysicsGuy

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    Corvallis Bimarts had 9mm. the one on 53rd had a UMC bulk pack, and about 8 boxes of blazer brass left at closing today.
     

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