[ammoseek]What Happened To All the Ammo? ~ 9mm? – 223? – 5.56? – 300BLK?

Tag: 2021-07-16 20:09

  EricEric

  Eric

  6 months ago

  Try – https://www.defensepartsllc.com/ammunition

  they seem to have 9mm, 223, 5.56, 7.62X25 TOK,32 ACP, and more.

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  MBMB

  MB

  6 months ago

  Brownells doesn’t have a single cartridge in any handgun caliber, even 32ACP, 7.62×25 Tok and 45GAP are sold out. Of course Brownells is the only one on the list not price gouging. If things ever get back to normal Brownells will be the only one on the list I will buy from.

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  nobodyuknownobodyuknow

  nobodyuknow

  6 months ago

  Probably, some calibers are being withheld so as to get prices up. When/if the situation settles out, you can bet that ammunition prices will NOT recede to their prior price levels!

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  RoyDRoyD

  RoyD

  6 months ago

  Saw this and thought others might find it of some interest:

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  Ol’ BillOl’ Bill

  Ol’ Bill

  6 months ago

  It’s even worse if you live outside the USA, say here in Kalifornia.

  We are forbidden from buying out of state.

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  Capn DadCapn Dad

  Capn Dad

  6 months ago

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  Ol’ Bill

  Buy outside anyways.

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  GomeznSAGomeznSA

  GomeznSA

  6 months ago

  Just an observation (not saying I do or don’t have a reasonable stash) – if we presume that each of the new gun owners on average also buy 100 rounds that works out to lemme see, multiply X times a whole bunch dang it where’s Jethro when ya need him to do the heavy ciphering?

  Anyway back to reality, that is a significant additional drain on the normal supply and demand.

  Last edited 6 months ago by GomeznSA

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  MajorMikeMajorMike

  MajorMike

  6 months ago

  Palmetto State Armory still has 12 ga at $10 a 25 round box, various shot sizes.

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  DonDon

  Don

  6 months ago

  I have a good supply of ammo. But, since I can’t replace it at even three times the price, I simply wont shoot it.

  I found a good supply of .22LR at a local store for regular prices. It was a great find to get nearly a full case (4900) rounds at regular retail. I will remember that store and the stores that jacked the prices up. We need to not buy it at the inflated prices.

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  KKKK

  KK

  6 months ago

  Global communist totalitarians are running a revolution in our country, against an EFFECTIVELY ARMED CITIZENRY . . . and by coincidence, THERE IS NO AMMO!

  I hope everyone notices that all these “SAFEGUARDS” put in place to ensure “SAFETY” (that in no way hamper our 2A rights) BECOME VERY EFFECTIVE GOVERNMENT 2A KILL SWITCHES IN A CRISIS.

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  nobodyuknownobodyuknow

  nobodyuknow

  6 months ago

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  KK

  KK . . . YUP!!!

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  KDudeKDude

  KDude

  6 months ago

  Yes, perfect storm. Only thing is, all elements of this “perfect storm” lead directly back to government infringements on the entirety of our Bill Of Rights. In the name of covid, general “public safety\gun control, and the absolute manipulation of not just currency, but whole son of a bitching economy! Markets have always fed markets. Then, along comes governments.That’s where the bottleneck starts and ends. Thing is, here in these United States, our Republic, We The People are the government. These tyrannical usurpers who’ve hijacked our government have been running it like it’s for them and not We The People.… Read more ?

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  GAMtnsGAMtns

  GAMtns

  6 months ago

  Reply to

  KDude

  We are the militia. Madison clarified this. To avoid bloodshed all each state needs to do is educate their governors and representative in the fine Constitutional art of Nullification. Read Thomas Woods’ “Nullification: How to Resist Federal Tyranny in the 21st Century.” Any Federal law or executive order that is unconstitutional is not a law at all but is null and Void. One of the first practices of Nullification was in the Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions of 1798-9. Written by Jefferson and Madison, against the Alien and Sedition Acts of the Adams administration they were effective. The Tenth and other… Read more ?

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  nobodyuknownobodyuknow

  nobodyuknow

  6 months ago

  Reply to

  KDude

  KDude . . . The United States has NOT been a Constitutional Republic for a long time. It is now an Oligarchy and has been for a long time. Until we, as citizens, impose TERM LIMITS on Congress the federal government will continue to operate as an Oligarchy with the “inside crowd” being in control. WHAT ARE YOU PREPARED TO DO ABOUT THAT!!!

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  JSNMGCJSNMGC

  JSNMGC

  6 months ago

  Reply to

  nobodyuknow

  To answer your question, vote and work with others to provide information so others are more likely to make informed decisions when they vote.

  Term limits won’t fix the problem. If people continue to vote for politicians who advance policy that is contrary to a constitutional republic with a, somewhat, free market based on capitalism, they will just vote-in a new person who hates freedom.

  People making better decisions when voting can never be replaced by some rule.

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  JoeJoe

  Joe

  6 months ago

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  JSNMGC

  EDUCATION of the people !!

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  JoeJoe

  Joe

  6 months ago

  Reply to

  nobodyuknow

  Now more than ever we need TERM LIMITS !!

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  BarneyBarney

  Barney

  6 months ago

  Our wonderful friends in the ammunition industry have quadrupled their prices, isn’t it wonderful that they always have our backs in times of trouble. Massive profits are the order of the day, get it while they can!!!

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  JSNMGCJSNMGC

  JSNMGC

  6 months ago

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  Barney

  If the manufacturers sold to the wholesalers/distributers at lower prices what do you think would happen?

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  musicman44magmusicman44mag

  musicman44mag

  6 months ago

  Reply to

  JSNMGC

  The savings wouldn’t be passed on to us and they would make more profit. If people are willing to pay it then the prices will stand. If people refuse then they would have to bring the prices down but we never really work together someone always goes against the grain or the group. 1972 and gas boycotts was the first indications that America was divided and ready to be manipulated into a new form of people and the gas prices soared. I think if we would have treated that like the covid has done, maybe prices would have come down… Read more ?

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  JSNMGCJSNMGC

  JSNMGC

  6 months ago

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  musicman44mag

  Correct – someone else down the distribution chain would make greater profits. If the manufacturers charged lower prices to the wholesaler/distributors, the wholesaler/distributors would almost certainly maintain higher prices to the retailers. If they didn’t (if they passed on the lower prices to the retailers), the retailers would almost certainly still charge market prices to individuals. If they didn’t (if they sold below what the market will bear), the product would immediately sell out and individuals would be re-selling it at what the market would bear. You can’t stop the market. If market demand decreased (e.g., what you suggest), then… Read more ?

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  LimemanLimeman

  Limeman

  6 months ago

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  Barney

  Low supply=high prices. High supply=low prices. Study and understand this basic economic principal and you’ll see that blaming “greedy businesses” is an absurd viewpoint.

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  JSNMGCJSNMGC

  JSNMGC

  6 months ago

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  Limeman

  I agree.

  There are numerous supply constraints right now related to ammo production and several things driving up demand. Of course prices will increase.

  If the manufacturers charged lower prices right now to the wholesaler/distributers, then the wholesaler/distributors would raise the price they charge the retailers. I’d rather see the manufacturers get the premium so, if this high demand continues, they will invest in more capacity.

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  DinoDino

  Dino

  6 months ago

  Hopefully we keep the Senate

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  musicman44magmusicman44mag

  musicman44mag

  6 months ago

  Reply to

  Dino

  Pray we keep the senate.

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  archmarkarchmark

  archmark

  6 months ago

  Just found “Unicorn” 6.5 Creedmoor ammo at Able’s Ammo thru ammoseek.com at what I consider a good price in this day and age. I don’t like paying the sales tax and the FedEx shipping seemed high, but at least now (hopefully!!!) I have something to feed my SCAR 20S!!!

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  TkocianTkocian

  Tkocian

  6 months ago

  You forgot probably the best resource for finding guns and ammo IMO…Wiki Arms

  https://www.wikiarms.com/

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  Ryben FlynnRyben Flynn

  Ryben Flynn

  6 months ago

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  Tkocian

  LoL! I just checked there. BACKORDER on almost every .223 ammo and nobody wants TulAmmo anything. What they do have is pricey. Good thing I started reloading 8 years ago. I’m good. Yeah, 3 boxes of TulAmmo .223, probably been there 5 or 6 years bought on sale.

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  Last edited 6 months ago by Ryben Flynn

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  GlocktardedGlocktarded

  Glocktarded

  6 months ago

  R Guns has 9mm, 5.56X45 ($500 for 400 rounds), 7.62X51. GI, Magpul, IMI and Beta C drum mags. ARs, AR lowers, uppers and parts.

  They also have a selection of used and imported handguns. I just bought an aluminum frame High-Power from them. https://rguns.net

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  BossBoss

  Boss

  6 months ago

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  Glocktarded

  Seems to be a branch of Cheaper than dirt

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  GlocktardedGlocktarded

  Glocktarded

  5 months ago

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  Boss

  Seems like you support communist price controls.

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  GrigoriGrigori

  Grigori

  6 months ago

  Like some of the filthy rich were said to do with their money, I have a big room in my house with an upper floor balcony overlooking it. I have unboxed and dumped all my ammo in it and the ammo in all calibers now comes up about halfway to the balcony. I have a rope tied to the balcony rail with which to let myself down so that I can roll and waller around naked in all of my ammo. Last week, letting myself down the rope, my hand slipped and I landed hard on my back in that… Read more ?

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  Nam62Nam62

  Nam62

  6 months ago

  Evan reloading supply’s are in short supply.

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  WI PatriotWI Patriot

  WI Patriot

  6 months ago

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  Nam62

  Not if you planned ahead, and by ahead, I mean 10-12yrs ago…

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  JoeJoe

  Joe

  6 months ago

  Reply to

  WI Patriot

  “10-12 years ago” is of HISTORICAL significance only !!!!

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  JoeJoe

  Joe

  6 months ago

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  Nam62

  This is a fact, powder and components are hard to find ! This might be the governments solution to gun control, restrict the ammo !!

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  RoyDRoyD

  RoyD

  6 months ago

  “Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a damn!”

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  JoeJoe

  Joe

  6 months ago

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  RoyD

  You better give a damn or they will come knocking at your door !!!

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  WI PatriotWI Patriot

  WI Patriot

  6 months ago

  “What Happened To All the Ammo? ~ 9mm? – 223? – 5.56? – 300BLK?”

  I have it. here with me…;)

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