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Old 10-21-2011, 01:37 PM   #1
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Current Walmart Ammo Prices - SC

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I was thinking about this the other night and I thought it would be helpful to other people.

Here are a few prices of target ammo at Walmart as of 10/21/2011 in South Carolina.

Federal $/Box of 50
9mm 115gr 11.97
38 Spec 158gr 18.97
380 Auto 95gr 17.57
40 S&W 180gr 16.97
45 ACP 230gr 18.97

Tulammo $/Box of 50
9mm 115gr 9.47
380 Auto 91gr 14.27
40 S&W 180gr 12.97
45 ACP 230gr 14.97

.223 55gr 4.97/box of 20
7.62x39 122gr 4.97/box of 20

Remington $/Box of 50
9mm 115gr 14.47
38 Spec 130gr 18.97
380 Auto 95gr 18.97
32 Auto 71gr 21.27
25 Auto 50gr 19.97

If I posted in the wrong spot, my apologizes ahead of time.
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Old 10-21-2011, 03:27 PM   #2
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My local Wal-Mart has Winchester PDX-1 9mm 124 grain +P for $16.74/box of 20. Even with sales tax, that comes out to less than $1/round; not bad for premium ammo.
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Old 10-21-2011, 09:54 PM   #3
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Prices of those stated brands (not Winchester premium) are identical here in WI.
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Old 10-22-2011, 08:07 AM   #4
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walmart stopped selling ammo in NJ. i have to drive out to PA to buy ammo @ walmart.


speaking of which, anyone in PA know what they're getting for .223 these days?
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Old 10-22-2011, 08:20 PM   #5
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Most of my friends who shoot ARs reload their .223 ammo. I've seen it from $6 for Wolf (20 rounds) to 100 for $39.99

I just can't buy ammo anymore. The only ammo I buy is steel or aluminum cased 7.62 for my SKS and AKs
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Old 10-22-2011, 08:33 PM   #6
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I was getting ready to restock after my last range visit and I was curious about the rates at Walmart and if it would be just cheaper to buy from them than a online retailer w/S&H.

Ammunition is getting ridiculous, but I don't have the time begin to reload myself. Maybe one day I will buy what I need to reload my own ammo.
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My local Wal-Mart has Winchester PDX-1 9mm 124 grain +P for $16.74/box of 20. Even with sales tax, that comes out to less than $1/round; not bad for premium ammo.
Academy Sports in my area has these for under $25 IIRC for a 50 count box. By all accounts, they are the exact same as the PDX1 except they have a brass colored case instead of silver and no fancy smancy box. Been told, but can't verify, that these are PDX1 loaded for LEO and overruns are made available to the public. My LGS calls the 20 round premium boxes chump boxes, lol.

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What about more realistic pricing.

Winchester 9, .45 @ 100 box pricing

Remington.45 @350 (?) boxes

Fed/Rem .22lr @ 330 & 500 boxes

12 gauge - oo; 000; target

Maybe the powers to be can set up a sub listing or us to add current listing on ammo pricings of these brands and quantities.
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I was getting ready to restock after my last range visit and I was curious about the rates at Walmart and if it would be just cheaper to buy from them than a online retailer w/S&H.

Ammunition is getting ridiculous, but I don't have the time begin to reload myself. Maybe one day I will buy what I need to reload my own ammo.
I went on ebay, bought the Lee basic handloader kit for $40, a book about reloading from Barnes & Noble for $22, 9mm and .45 ACP die sets from Amazon $60, a couple jugs of powder for $20, a basic scale $20, micrometer I already had (amazingly) 5000 primers, 5000 FMJ bullets and away I went. For as much as I shoot (mainly 9mm) I've saved at least a $900 this summer alone. I'd highly reccomend finding someone who reloads a lot to guide you, but as they say, half the fun of shooting is reloading your own ammo and finding that sweet formula you and your gun likes best. For winter, I'm loading some low velocity .45 ACPs for use in our indoor leagues. I started with basic 115 grain 9mm, then experimented with 124 and 147 grain. It's a learning process, but 1911s wouldn't be fed otherwise...

Although - I just got back from Wally World with a 100 round pack of Federal 9mm for $19.97.
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Old 11-06-2011, 10:16 AM   #10
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My Wal-Mart now carries Federal 9mm in 100 round boxes. Instead of the 50 rounders for $11.97, these are $19.97 which comes out to just a hair under $10 a box for 50. Those are prices from 6 years ago! Nice!
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