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1/25/2018 7:38:29 AM
Posted: 3/9/2006 8:05:53 AM EST
just curious
Link Posted: 3/11/2006 5:41:50 AM EST
Would be a good idea, but since distributors have ammo in stock one day and out the next, and the massive price fluctuations, it would be very hard to track.
Link Posted: 3/11/2006 11:35:47 AM EST
And someone would have to update it often. ANYONE, ANYONE.
Link Posted: 3/11/2006 8:37:54 PM EST
the updates would go like this:

"today is a normal day so Wolf 122gr FMJ would be around $65 for 1,000rds"

"tomorrow, when someone says the word shortage, everyone desides to hoard every single round they can find so Wolf 122gr FMJ would be around $150+ for 1,000rds"

maybe someday people will learn to lower prices you hold off on buying you don't run out and fight over the stuff and act like you are a crack junkie trying to get a fix. if people would set back and relax and buy like normal people then the prices would not jump so much at once.

example: here a few years ago gas prices started to get too high, so everyone desided that they would fix the problem by parking there cars for a couple days and not driving nor purchase gas. well, lets just say the the gas prices fell like a meteor would fall from the sky.

one day people will learn

Link Posted: 3/12/2006 6:23:09 PM EST
Were just waiting for you to post one so we can buy ammo.
Link Posted: 3/13/2006 3:28:43 PM EST
I just picked up 500 rnds of Wolf 7.62x39 FMJ for $71 at Sportsmans Warehouse. Not the greatest price in the world but not too shabby either considering the current shortage.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 4:02:38 AM EST
3/13/2006 - Paid $125.00 [+ tax] for 1000 Wolf FMJ at Dunhams store in northern Michigan. Was listed in their 3/12/06 Sunday flier for $2.50 a box. The store in my town has considerably less now.
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