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    Quote Originally Posted by pangloss View Post
    I'm so glad to see .38 Special ammo dropping in price. A couple of months ago, $25 per box was a really good price. Shaw Armament beats the price you found for range ammo. They have several choices for $18.50 per box--148 gr wadcutters and 158 gr LRN, various brands. Shipping costs are very reasonable. I just ordered a few boxes. Hopefully they'll ship in a reasonable time frame. Need to keep my S&W Model 15 well fed!

    https://www.shawarms.com/catalog/amm...r_id=43&page=1
    A 50-box of 148 WC on sale for $18.50?!? That's almost a reasonable price.
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    [QUOTE=pangloss;1480502]I'm so glad to see .38 Special ammo dropping in price. A couple of months ago, $25 per box was a really good price. Shaw Armament beats the price you found for range ammo. They have several choices for $18.50 per box--148 gr wadcutters and 158 gr LRN, various brands. Shipping costs are very reasonable. I just ordered a few boxes. Hopefully they'll ship in a reasonable time frame. Need to keep my S&W Model 15 well fed!

    https://www.shawarms.com/catalog/amm...r_id=43&page=1[/QUOTE

    Thanks!
    148gr WC order's in

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    THE THIRST MUTILATOR Nephrology's Avatar
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    Mile High Shooting has some smoking deals on ammo of all kinds right now:

    https://www.milehighshooting.com/amm...3lC9c-A.WtT9Qs

    I just bought a case (400rds) of their .223 Norma 69gr BTHP Golden Target; with shipping came out to just about 73cpr. I haven't shot the 69gr stuff but the 77gr stuff is sub-MOA across multiple precision-built ARs I own; usually sells for closer to a buck a round.

    Haven't perused all the stuff they're blowing out but worth taking a peek. They also seem to have Federal flite control buckshot and slugs in 2 3/4 inches if anyone is in the market for that stuff which I know goes fast.

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    Great deal on 300 BLK

    Palmetto Armory has a ďdaily dealĒ on 300 BLK

    https://palmettostatearmory.com/aac-...-20rd-box.html

    Itís 110 gr V-MAX, which Iíve started reloading as a training / backup round to complement 110 TAC-TX.

    With this deal, 200 rds shipped+tax (free shipping) averages out to $0.63/rd.
    With recent component costs, I canít reload it for much less than that (okay, if I used the lowest price Iíve ever paid on each component (and reusing brass), I can make one for $0.46) - but still - a viable hunting/ defense round for $0.63? I got some to save some reloading time and as a cheap source of brass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nephrology View Post
    Mile High Shooting has some smoking deals on ammo of all kinds right now:

    https://www.milehighshooting.com/amm...3lC9c-A.WtT9Qs

    I just bought a case (400rds) of their .223 Norma 69gr BTHP Golden Target; with shipping came out to just about 73cpr. I haven't shot the 69gr stuff but the 77gr stuff is sub-MOA across multiple precision-built ARs I own; usually sells for closer to a buck a round.

    Haven't perused all the stuff they're blowing out but worth taking a peek. They also seem to have Federal flite control buckshot and slugs in 2 3/4 inches if anyone is in the market for that stuff which I know goes fast.

    wow this is great, I am looking for the exact shotgun loads above. I havenít followed the market but do you know if the buckshot and slug prices are fair , well priced given the current market ?

    thanks so much for sharing this..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vg247 View Post
    wow this is great, I am looking for the exact shotgun loads above. I havenít followed the market but do you know if the buckshot and slug prices are fair , well priced given the current market ?

    thanks so much for sharing this..
    Honestly no idea. I have probably fired 10 12ga cartridges in the last 10 years. Can only speak for the purchase I made as I've been looking for Norma golden match .223 for a while now and this is the best price I've seen for that particular load.

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    [QUOTE=D-der;1481343]
    Quote Originally Posted by pangloss View Post
    I'm so glad to see .38 Special ammo dropping in price. A couple of months ago, $25 per box was a really good price. Shaw Armament beats the price you found for range ammo. They have several choices for $18.50 per box--148 gr wadcutters and 158 gr LRN, various brands. Shipping costs are very reasonable. I just ordered a few boxes. Hopefully they'll ship in a reasonable time frame. Need to keep my S&W Model 15 well fed!

    https://www.shawarms.com/catalog/amm...r_id=43&page=1[/QUOTE

    Thanks!
    148gr WC order's in
    My order arrived on Friday. I wasn't home so UPS took it to an auto parts store near my house. I picked it up this afternoon and everything was in order. I'd definitely order from Shaw again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nephrology View Post
    Honestly no idea. I have probably fired 10 12ga cartridges in the last 10 years. Can only speak for the purchase I made as I've been looking for Norma golden match .223 for a while now and this is the best price I've seen for that particular load.
    Thanks again, ironically me too have not touched the Benelliís in years. Very cool avatar btw.

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    .38 Super 125-grain JHP $26/box of 50

    Here. I've never used that brand and hadn't noticed .38 Super available anywhere. Just FYI.
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    75 grn Gold Dot

    Global Ordnance has the elusive .223 75 grain Gold Dot for $480 for a case or $20/box, flat rate $12.95 shipping.

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