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What are good prices now? I just bought 200 rounds for 53.53$ out the door. Brass case federal 55 grain. That is just under 27¢ per round. 

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30 minutes ago, Ronald_55 said:

I wonder if they add sales tax to this. It seems as if more and more online deals have to add it. 

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1 hour ago, broox said:

I wonder if they add sales tax to this. It seems as if more and more online deals have to add it. 

Looks like it, At least for me. Added $25.50 if shipped to Tricities.

I think tax free internet sales are a dying beast. :cry:

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I purchase ammo from S G all the time. Easy to work with and timely delivery. One must take in delivery cost because it adds to the bottom line. I purchased 9 MM practice ammo form Wal Mart cheaper than S G had it after you add the shipping. Wal Mart has had some good sales on ammo, lately, because they are closing out and not going to be selling ammo or guns in the future. Got my 9mm practice ammo for 17.00 per hundred for Winchester ammo. 

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5 hours ago, pop pop said:

I purchase ammo from S G all the time. Easy to work with and timely delivery. One must take in delivery cost because it adds to the bottom line. I purchased 9 MM practice ammo form Wal Mart cheaper than S G had it after you add the shipping. Wal Mart has had some good sales on ammo, lately, because they are closing out and not going to be selling ammo or guns in the future. Got my 9mm practice ammo for 17.00 per hundred for Winchester ammo. 

I guess that is what is going on. My Wal-Mart has really good prices on 9mm and 223 right now. 

Time to stock up.

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