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Posted: 12/12/2013 3:38:12 PM EST
Like the title states. Get your .22LR while they still have it. I posted after getting mine of course
Link Posted: 12/12/2013 4:34:53 PM EST
prices?
Link Posted: 12/12/2013 6:17:10 PM EST
500 pack $29.99 bucket O' 1400 $79.99
Link Posted: 12/12/2013 7:16:18 PM EST
Manufacturer?
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Originally Posted By KA3B:
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1,400 round bucket? Probably Remington Golden.
Link Posted: 12/12/2013 7:34:35 PM EST
Remington thunderbolt in the 500 pack and the bucket o' bullets are also Remington and the label says Golden Bullets.
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 4:24:40 AM EST
All over priced 22 ammo that doesn't like the function reliable in many autos
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.057 cents a round.
Where else can I buy 1400 rounds of .22LR that's in stock?

The only semi-auto that I own that won't function with cheap ammo is my Walther P22.
It works just fine with Remington Yellow Jacket or CCI Velocitor
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 3:27:16 PM EST
Nothing more frustrating than 22lr that won't run for shit.

Even more frustrating, when you buy a 1000 rounds of it.
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.057 cents a round.
Where else can I buy 1400 rounds of .22LR that's in stock?

The only semi-auto that I own that won't function with cheap ammo is my Walther P22.
It works just fine with Remington Yellow Jacket or CCI Velocitor
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Originally Posted By KA3B:
Originally Posted By Redtazdog:
All over priced 22 ammo that doesn't like the function reliable in many autos


.057 cents a round.
Where else can I buy 1400 rounds of .22LR that's in stock?

The only semi-auto that I own that won't function with cheap ammo is my Walther P22.
It works just fine with Remington Yellow Jacket or CCI Velocitor


I hated my walther p22.

Now have (2) ruger sr 22's

they seem to eat anything.

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Originally Posted By MRBLACK947:
Nothing more frustrating than 22lr that won't run for shit.
Even more frustrating, when you buy a 1000 rounds of it.
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Nothing better than buying cheap 22lr that runs great out of my 10/22's, MKII, Single Six, Tracker, Marlin 39A, AR15 Ciener conversion, 1911 Ciener conversion...
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Originally Posted By read_the_wall:
I hated my walther p22.
Now have (2) ruger sr 22's
they seem to eat anything.
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I have not shot one, they seem to be great guns.
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Nothing better than buying cheap 22lr that runs great out of my 10/22's, MKII, Single Six, Tracker, Marlin 39A, AR15 Ciener conversion, 1911 Ciener conversion...
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Originally Posted By KA3B:
Originally Posted By MRBLACK947:
Nothing more frustrating than 22lr that won't run for shit.
Even more frustrating, when you buy a 1000 rounds of it.


Nothing better than buying cheap 22lr that runs great out of my 10/22's, MKII, Single Six, Tracker, Marlin 39A, AR15 Ciener conversion, 1911 Ciener conversion...



I still have not seen cheap in here.

All of my 22lr was under .04 cents a round.

This is like comparing Diesel prices. It may never be cheap again.
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Originally Posted By KA3B:


.057 cents a round.
Where else can I buy 1400 rounds of .22LR that's in stock?

The only semi-auto that I own that won't function with cheap ammo is my Walther P22.
It works just fine with Remington Yellow Jacket or CCI Velocitor
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Originally Posted By KA3B:
Originally Posted By Redtazdog:
All over priced 22 ammo that doesn't like the function reliable in many autos


.057 cents a round.
Where else can I buy 1400 rounds of .22LR that's in stock?

The only semi-auto that I own that won't function with cheap ammo is my Walther P22.
It works just fine with Remington Yellow Jacket or CCI Velocitor

If you like that ammo then buy it.
Most of my semi 22's have custom barrels with tighter chambers than the stock sporter chamber 10/22's
and they don't like the Remi shit.
Now that I recall accuracy from that ammo sucked in my bolt guns and single shots and if I find any of my guns do
like the shit then I will change the barrel so it wont.

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Originally Posted By read_the_wall:


I hated my walther p22.

Now have (2) ruger sr 22's

they seem to eat anything.

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Originally Posted By read_the_wall:
Originally Posted By KA3B:
Originally Posted By Redtazdog:
All over priced 22 ammo that doesn't like the function reliable in many autos


.057 cents a round.
Where else can I buy 1400 rounds of .22LR that's in stock?

The only semi-auto that I own that won't function with cheap ammo is my Walther P22.
It works just fine with Remington Yellow Jacket or CCI Velocitor


I hated my walther p22.

Now have (2) ruger sr 22's

they seem to eat anything.


That's because they have big sloppy chamber that will eat most all ammo including the crap ammo,
try shooting at golf ball size targets at 100 yards and you will see what a sporter chamber gives you.
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 6:01:29 PM EST
Did I miss the Remington ammo hate part yet?
BTW, those prices SUK.
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Originally Posted By BusMaster007:
Did I miss the Remington ammo hate part yet?
BTW, those prices SUK.
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My experience with most any ammo with Remington on the box has been suck ass. .223 being the best.
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 7:42:22 PM EST
My semi's love the cheap stuff luckily, especially when I put the can on 'em.
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That's because they have big sloppy chamber that will eat most all ammo including the crap ammo,
try shooting at golf ball size targets at 100 yards and you will see what a sporter chamber gives you.
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Originally Posted By Redtazdog:
Originally Posted By read_the_wall:
Originally Posted By KA3B:
Originally Posted By Redtazdog:
All over priced 22 ammo that doesn't like the function reliable in many autos


.057 cents a round.
Where else can I buy 1400 rounds of .22LR that's in stock?

The only semi-auto that I own that won't function with cheap ammo is my Walther P22.
It works just fine with Remington Yellow Jacket or CCI Velocitor


I hated my walther p22.

Now have (2) ruger sr 22's

they seem to eat anything.


That's because they have big sloppy chamber that will eat most all ammo including the crap ammo,
try shooting at golf ball size targets at 100 yards and you will see what a sporter chamber gives you.


really ?.....i'm old......I can't even see a golf ball at 100 yds....
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 8:54:41 PM EST
Im lucky I guess the Larue .22 has eaten anything it has been fed.



Sir James...
Link Posted: 12/14/2013 7:10:40 AM EST
Some people have no idea how to have fun plinking with a .22lr and some cheap crappy ammo.
Everything has to be tactical and custom and special...
Link Posted: 12/14/2013 7:55:02 AM EST
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Originally Posted By read_the_wall:


really ?.....i'm old......I can't even see a golf ball at 100 yds....
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Originally Posted By read_the_wall:
Originally Posted By Redtazdog:
Originally Posted By read_the_wall:
Originally Posted By KA3B:
Originally Posted By Redtazdog:
All over priced 22 ammo that doesn't like the function reliable in many autos


.057 cents a round.
Where else can I buy 1400 rounds of .22LR that's in stock?

The only semi-auto that I own that won't function with cheap ammo is my Walther P22.
It works just fine with Remington Yellow Jacket or CCI Velocitor


I hated my walther p22.

Now have (2) ruger sr 22's

they seem to eat anything.


That's because they have big sloppy chamber that will eat most all ammo including the crap ammo,
try shooting at golf ball size targets at 100 yards and you will see what a sporter chamber gives you.


really ?.....i'm old......I can't even see a golf ball at 100 yds....


I could see it. Doubt that I could intentionally hit it with a .22 handgun. Ever.
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Originally Posted By KA3B:
Some people have no idea how to have fun plinking with a .22lr and some cheap crappy ammo.
Everything has to be tactical and custom and special...
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Yup. An old Remington 552 and then a 10/22, a bunch of 99 cent boxes of crappy Blazer ammo from the local drug store, some pop cans and a hill for a backstop provided me with hours of entertainment as a kid. These days it's a Henry Mini Bolt for my youngest, a 10/22TD for me and we take turns with my old MKII Gov't Model.



Although she has been eyeing up those purple and cranberry SR22s at Fred Meyer.
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Originally Posted By KA3B:
Some people have no idea how to have fun plinking with a .22lr and some cheap crappy ammo.
Everything has to be tactical and custom and special...
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The cheap ammo is what I shoot the most for plinking and testing 22 actions and barrels, the better stuff is
saved for hunting or when I want to show off.
Most of my guns still shoot the cheap crap bulk pack ammo like fed and win and still good for
at least soda cans at 100.
Link Posted: 12/14/2013 12:07:14 PM EST
Kesselring still has thunderbolts (500 count) for just shy of $30/limit two bricks.

There were a couple buckets of Goldens but I passed on them

This morning at 1000hrs.
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Originally Posted By Redtazdog:

The cheap ammo is what I shoot the most for plinking and testing 22 actions and barrels, the better stuff is
saved for hunting or when I want to show off.
Most of my guns still shoot the cheap crap bulk pack ammo like fed and win and still good for
at least soda cans at 100.
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Originally Posted By Redtazdog:
Originally Posted By KA3B:
Some people have no idea how to have fun plinking with a .22lr and some cheap crappy ammo.
Everything has to be tactical and custom and special...

The cheap ammo is what I shoot the most for plinking and testing 22 actions and barrels, the better stuff is
saved for hunting or when I want to show off.
Most of my guns still shoot the cheap crap bulk pack ammo like fed and win and still good for
at least soda cans at 100.


Is that you Obama?
I swear, you gotta quit backsteppin...
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Originally Posted By KA3B:


Is that you Obama?
I swear, you gotta quit backsteppin...
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Originally Posted By KA3B:
Originally Posted By Redtazdog:
Originally Posted By KA3B:
Some people have no idea how to have fun plinking with a .22lr and some cheap crappy ammo.
Everything has to be tactical and custom and special...

The cheap ammo is what I shoot the most for plinking and testing 22 actions and barrels, the better stuff is
saved for hunting or when I want to show off.
Most of my guns still shoot the cheap crap bulk pack ammo like fed and win and still good for
at least soda cans at 100.


Is that you Obama?
I swear, you gotta quit backsteppin...

I don't think I did the big O backstep, never said I didn't like the crap bulk pack ammo but I did say I did Not like the Remi crap ammo.
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Originally Posted By KA3B:
Some people have no idea how to have fun plinking with a .22lr and some cheap crappy ammo.
Everything has to be tactical and custom and special...
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Tactical and custom you say? Sure why not, it was Free well most of it any way. I really should get something else in .22 one of these days I guess.



Sir James...
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