The ammunition market continues to get better since the days following the Sandy Hook shooting. At one point you couldn’t buy a box of 9mm – regardless of the price. Then a few boxes would start to show up at ridiculous prices. I continue to say it – stock up now because you never know when the market will change and the ammo market gets tight again.
Availability on most everything except .22LR seems just fine. If I want to buy .380 or 9mm or .223 – it’s there. My local gun shop has everything in stock with no limits on all common calibers – except .22LR.
Prices? Getting better.
9mm 115-grain FMJ brass-cased can be had as low as $12.99 for 50 rounds.
45ACP 230-grain FMJ brass-cased as low as $21.99 for 50 rounds.
.223 Remington 55-grain/20 round boxes – $7.99.
.223 Remington steel-cased 55-grain/20 round box – $5.49.
These are the calibers I have recently looked at but everything else seemed to be a little less than a few months ago.
I live in the southeast – South Carolina to be exact. What about you? Any issues finding ammo? How are the prices?
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