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I actually have the most 22LR in Federal Champion and it's good stuff.
It doesn't matter about the packaging. They package it in small boxes
for retail as well as bulk packs and even in Tuna cans with a poptop lid.
It's all the same and it's all good.
You are going to pay around $800 for 15,000 rds and that's a good price.
I'm amazed that any gun store would sell 22LR in that quantity
nowadays, but lucky you for finding such a great deal!
f you were to buy Armscorp 22LR ammo 10,000 rds would cost you $1,300!
 

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Sounds like i am going to make a great deal with the Federal Champion, but i will still try a few boxes on the range first.

That´s not unusual, it would cost me one phone call and i could pickup 50.000 rounds of .22lr the same day at my lgs.

It's a good price by todays standards. Many of us remember the 1 cent a round ammo.
But those days are long gone.
I believe I paid $2.99 per 50 rds and that works out to $29.99 per 500.
If it's accurate enough for what you are shooting go for it.
 

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Do they both say Federal Champion? I don't think they do.
 

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When you find a great deal you either jump on it or lose it.
They can't make you bring the ammo back after you bought it.
 
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