I `m not seeing any bricks during my regular scratch & sniff at the local gun shop and Cabellas..I`m conserving the 2500 rounds I have til the rush is over
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I have quite few rounds of 22 but I did find 2 bricks of yellow jacket the other day. I have had problems with the yellow jackets in the past because hey have a truncated nose design and hang up occasionally. I am curious to see how my 10-22 will handle them. If nothing else I can shoot them in my Rem 514 single shot. My favorite are the CCI's.
I have heard the prices will nearly double when .22 is back in stock from several gun shops locally in SW Ohio and northern Kentucky. I hope this won't be the case. On my inventory I can shoot plenty but hate to think this is what to expect for the future. Time to start thinking about a decent air rifle.
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Last edited by loic; 01-31-2013 at 12:29 AM.
There's a place called surplus ammo in lakewood south of tacoma that has bricks for 40.00 Yup, double at least what I was payin a month and a half ago. Did manage to pick up a few bricks for 30.00 each at a place in tacoma called Welcher's gunshop. 6400 pacific ave Tacoma wash. 98408. Had some fair prices on other ammo too. Not 223 however. Still a buck a round. Not this guy! Taking it back home with me next week. Still lookin. Will let you all know if I find the mother load.
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I bougtht Federal Bulk 22LR, 525 per box for $19.95 at local gun store in Columbus OH. They had probably 100 cases stacked up. Only one per customer per day.
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I was talking with him just yesterday at lunch time and he had been to Vance's, Gander Mtn and some place called Boom Boom's or something like that - but to no avail.
Said he was going to make a run down to Cincy today or tomorrow to see if he could score down there. I've got a brother in Hoover, just south of Cleveland, who says the same thing. No ammo to be had up there whatsoever.
We're all meeting at our central BOL in Johnson City, TN next month for a dry run emergency strategy session. Sure would be nice if they could find some ammo along the way between now and then.