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Ammo is up 90.00 per 1000 from S G Ammo this morning. I could purchase 9 MM for 179. 00 per thousand before Covid. Now it is 269.00, this morning, plus 16.00 shipping. 

I was a good boy scout though, Raoul. Don't need any. S G got all you want to pay for. 

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I apologize for buying it all up at $179/1000. Lol

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After all this BS blows over the prices will come back down, no one needs to panic as there will be ammo available just like toilet paper.

 

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22 minutes ago, AuEagle said:

After all this BS blows over the prices will come back down, no one needs to panic as there will be ammo available just like toilet paper.

 

It’s worth mentioning that we are heading into a Presidential election.  If thing start going south for Trump then we’re going to see crazy prices for quite a while to come.

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1 hour ago, Garufa said:

It’s worth mentioning that we are heading into a Presidential election.  If thing start going south for Trump then we’re going to see crazy prices for quite a while to come.

Yeah, if a communist dem is elected all bets are off. Hope& Pray it never happens.

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1 hour ago, AuEagle said:

Yeah, if a communist dem is elected all bets are off. Hope& Pray it never happens.

Just having a democrat running for President is enough to set many off on a hoarding spree.

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If Biden get elected, 269.00 per 1000 will be very cheap. 

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I'm loading it for under $.12 each. Looks like it may be time for another RMR bullet order or two before the fall.

Bill

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I load .45 ACP   For 1000 Rounds (Approx)

1000 Primers $30.00

1 Lb Unique $25.00  6.5 Gr per load.

1000 200 Gr SWC from Bulletworks  $80.00

Brass Free as I have thousands of cases.

About .13 1/2 cents per.

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On 3/28/2020 at 11:08 AM, Snaveba said:

Well, as an example, Tula 9mm steel case was typical 8.99 or less a box of 50.  Sometimes even 7.99 per box. CTD has it currently at 11.60/box. However, the Tuesday before last (March17) when everyone was freaking out, CTD had it listed for $34/box. 

A good example of why I stopped buying from ctd  many years ago.

 

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I've quit buying from CTD. I don't like their price gouging .

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