Midwayusa also has a surprising assortment in stock, and at competitive prices. Wait for the free shipping offers. Stick the little things you have always wanted into the order, and it will mostly come free.
Hi, it's hit and miss here in South Carolina. I went to Walmart and I was able to purchase 5 boxes of 333 .22 LR Winchester 36 grain copper-plated hollow points that's 1,665 rounds of .22 LR Ammo, I saw some Remington 40 grain Golden Bullets, and the Remington Thunderbolts, some Federal Match 40 grain round nose in the 325 round boxes. But no CCI Ammo other than .22 Magnum. So I made out at $14.00 a box for 5 boxes of 333 Rounds of ammo $70 bucks not a bad trip to Walmart.Just wondering what the .22LR supply flow is going in the US ...
Here in my part of Texas ( Panhandle area around Lubbock and Amarillo ) we have been seeing it more and more often. Sill under limitations of 1 or 2 boxes. LGS have it in stock quite a bit more often but they are trying to rape the buyer. A lot of $59.00 to $79.00 for 325 rounds and $79.00 to $109.00 for 500 round bricks.
Cabelas has been having supplies running from 9¢ to 13¢ a round in varying box amounts.
I have 15,000 rounds on back order from Midway. Has been on order since November last year ... it was purchased at just under 5¢ a round. They have notified me 4 or 5 times over the last few months that they are still in the system and on order. I have my doubts I will ever see them.
Chime in and let everyone know how it is around your neck of the woods.
Yes it’s nice to sit back and enjoy the stampede like sitting at post office near midnight on April 15WOW! This thread was started 6 (SIX) years ago, and here we are now in 2020 with .22 Long Rifle rimfire ammunition in short supply in many areas, once again. Too bad you didn't learn squat!
I have absolutely NO sympathy for those who sat back and expected .22 rimfire ammunition to get back to $0.53 cents for a box of 50, as it was in the 60's.
Being a die-hard .22 Long Rifle owner and shooter, I will never be anywhere near "out-of-stock" on the ammunition I love to shoot most often. Keep up the whining on pricing, and I'll just keep on shooting, enjoying and laughing:
The cased .22 Long Rifle ammunition doesn't fit in the cupboard. Some losers call this "hoarding", I look at it more as, "being prepared". And when .22 Long Rifle does become more available in the brands I like, guess what?
It pays to think ahead, if you enjoy shooting .22 rimfire. KUDOS to you. I'm with you on the Winchester and Browning .22 rimfire. Neither perform well in any of my .22 rimfire guns. Actually, the Browning .22 ammunition is made by Winchester anyway, so that may be why they're not that good.What brands do you like? Durning the previous shortage I had three boxes (not well prepared). As more became available I bought just about anything you could find. Now have about 4 to 5 thousand. I will not buy any more Winchester white box or Browning don’t like either one.
I guess the guy who owns "Cheaper Than Dirt" didn't get that memo. I was told that he's currently selling 50 count boxes of Remington Thunderbolts, the worst crap there is, for $50.00 a box. It took four firing pin hits for this round to make any noise:Yes it’s nice to sit back and enjoy the stampede like sitting at post office near midnight on April 15
so I won’t complain I’ll just enjoy or make double or triple selling surplus ammo
anyone notice price gouging don’t apply to firearms or ammo???
wow that is pricyMy buddy and I went down to Sportsman's Warehouse yesterday and they had Eley .22 ammo. 2 boxes of 50 rounds each.
Price was $19.95 per box and limit was 1 box to a customer. At those prices you can't even afford 1 box. I didn't notice if the rounds were gold plated and afraid to open one up to look. There might have been a $5.00 fondling charge.