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    Default .22 ammo availability and price in your area

    My neighbor said he was at the local Walmart yesterday and bought a box of 500 .22 ammo for $19 and there was no limit. That is the first I had heard about the pricing and availability being back somewhat normal.

    Anyone else finding the same thing.
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    Default Re: .22 ammo availability and price in your area

    It has been back for a good while now. I order mine online to avoid sales tax and get free shipping by the case. I still have a ton I stocked up on well before the last shortage began since I had a hunch it might come.

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    Default Re: .22 ammo availability and price in your area

    Twenty-two ammo has never been lacking in this area. I don't think I could buy 100 bricks of 22 at Wallmart -they probably don't keep that much in stock. I saw a fellow buy ten bricks about two months ago.
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    Default Re: .22 ammo availability and price in your area

    I buy it online for $.04 a round no sales tax and free shipping
    Try to not buy ammo locally since Tennessee adds an extre $0.10 tax per box of ammo, on top of the sales tax
    ... Currently have 15,000 rounds of .22LR. It goes fast tho

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    Default Re: .22 ammo availability and price in your area

    the last I bought at Wal Mart, I think was $22 and some change. Plus tax.
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    Default Re: .22 ammo availability and price in your area

    No bricks on the shelf at Bi-Mart, but 40 round boxes of American Eagle 36 gr. copper washed hp. are $2.49 regular price, no limit. 500 rounds for $19 is a good price, unless it's Remington. In that case, it's a ripoff.
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    Default Re: .22 ammo availability and price in your area

    What is wrong with Remington ammo> I don't think I have ever had a problem with any ammo other than a failure to fire occasionally when it gets old. I have some that is over 15 years old and still mostly fires 99.9% of the time and I don't see any brand discrimination in the failures.
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    Default Re: .22 ammo availability and price in your area

    In any case, the .22 drought seems to have ended. We here in Branson Mo, seemed to be the last to get a supply of ammo where you could count on going to the store and finding some, but it seems to be here now to stay. Unless something bad happens.
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    Default Re: .22 ammo availability and price in your area

    Supplies are back but the days of $1 for a 50 round box are over.

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    Default Re: .22 ammo availability and price in your area

    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Fowler View Post
    What is wrong with Remington ammo> I don't think I have ever had a problem with any ammo other than a failure to fire occasionally when it gets old. I have some that is over 15 years old and still mostly fires 99.9% of the time and I don't see any brand discrimination in the failures.
    Remington has lousy quality control on their primer. Parts of the rim have no primer, and will not fire. Rotate the round and try again, and chances are it will fire. Meanwhile you are stuck digging live rounds out of tall grass. The only place I will fire Remington .22 ammo is at the range where duds are somebody else's problem. I refuse to buy it.
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