Ya know, we could force the scalpers' hand on ammo auctions.
Go out and buy what you can, then sell it for what you paid as a buy it now. Not as auction style so others including the other sellers/scalpers themselves can bid it up. The true consumers will buy your "low priced" -compared to the scalpers- rnds first. Sure it will cost you some time but it would eventually force the scalpers to lower their prices in order to get sales.
I don't believe in fairy tales, sermons, or stories about money....but thank you kindly for the cigarette.
4000 rounds on hand, I can wait till the frenzy dies down, at my age and with my heart 4000 rounds may be a lifetime supply!
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If you have 22 ammo on hand like I do then cut back on shooting (I did) so you don't run out this ammo shortage can't last for ever
and if you buy when you don't need ammo or pay very high prices then you make things worse
(last spring every Friday night I would burn 800 rounds of 22's 200 rounds of 30carbine this year 100 rounds of 22's only,I'm still shooting just cut it way back)
I have old 22 ammo that has $1.65 on the 100 round box and that was from 1995 not THAT long ago for 100 round to sell for $20
they still make the stuff RIGHT
I guy at my club wanted to buy a 500 brick from me for $50 I told him NO I paid $22 with tax and you can have it for that, he thought I was nuts ( I'm but not because of that hehe)
2 weeks ago I got 5 (40) round boxes for $.10 /round. Last Friday I was able to get a Federal brick of 550 for $24.95. The store limits bricks at one per day when they have them and smaller boxes at 5 per day mix & match cal's. So the most you can walk out with is 6 boxes of ammo period.
Riley's in Hooksett NH has a great supply of all cals of ammo. 22lr ammo can only be bought with a new 22 rifle, pistol or revolver.
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Stopped at Walmart today. They had 50 round boxes of Rem st v hp's. Limit one box per customer. 3.95 a box think that's what they were before the shortage. They shoot good in a couple of my guns but one box isn't worth the time to buy them.
$10-$11 a box of 50 around here CCI's LGS, have not seen them at Walmart. But then I heard walmart is removing them as a vendor.
Got about 10,000 rounds of 22lr,just bought another Remington 550-1,still shootin....
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I'm still shooting, I've been burning through just shy of a brick each weekend. I don't know what made me do it but before all of this hit I was buying at least one brick each week for a while. I intend to shoot and enjoy it without worry for some time.
Now if I see some at the $20 / $25 per brick price I will buy what I'm allowed. As far as price gougers go - I won't spend a dime in their shop, likely ever again.