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Posted: 10/26/2004 3:47:16 AM EST
Guys, I've been using a considerable amount of 9mm lately in my 9mm AR for the indoor range. Mostly shooting Win White box and Wolf about 1-2 cases a month. The best price i've found on the Win has been at Wally World about 10.97 a box. Is anyone out there beating that price? I have looked around at the various wholesalers and most of them don't even come close. Other than the the foreign brands who has the best price on 9mm?
Link Posted: 10/26/2004 5:32:56 AM EST
That price can't be beat. Best of all, the value packs now come with the copper jacketed bullet, not the older brass looking kind. Hell, I needed 1200 rounds for an upcoming class, and I figured I'd have to order some, but going to Wally World last night, I already scored on 600 rounds. And they have another case coming!
Link Posted: 10/26/2004 5:55:53 AM EST
I noticed the change in the bullet with the latest batch I bought. They had 12 boxes on the shelf and I took them all. It's amazing I have seen prices from 14-19 a box from the wholesalers on the Win White box, Wallys got them beat.
Link Posted: 10/26/2004 7:21:31 AM EST
I use REM UMC for $5.34 plus freight,from Natchez.
Link Posted: 10/26/2004 9:58:35 PM EST
Is that winchester white box - 100 rds/box?
Link Posted: 10/26/2004 11:50:08 PM EST
AMMOMAN has 9mm for 139/149 per 1000 rds! Too bad I only shoot .45!
Link Posted: 10/27/2004 3:49:42 AM EST
NM that is the 100 round box that I am refering to.

4TH Horseman that is a good price for NATO ammo.

Other than reloading which I may have to take up again if I continue shooting at the pace I'm going at. I'd like to see some pistol cal prices posted in the ammo section just like 223.
Link Posted: 10/27/2004 6:12:45 PM EST
Sportsman's Guide has Wolf 9mm at $88 per 1000 for Buyers Club members, plus shipping, which is usually reasonable.

I bought a case for testing and burned about 400 rounds through my Sterling in half an hour - no misfeeds, no misfires, no jams and it was pretty accurate.

I also bought a 1000 at the last gun show for $85 out the door. These were commercial reloads. I had a couple of feeding jams, but I think it was due to a bad magazine.

I'll have no problem buying more Wolf at those rates. With shipping I'm paying around $105/1000, and the Wally World bulk paks are about $117/1000 when sales tax is figured in. I don't reload, so I don't care about the brass. If I did, then I might change my mind.

I'll probably pick up another can of the gun show specials next time they come around. Maybe two.
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