Ammunition Source for ModernSurvivalOnline Readers…….

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I wanted to get this information out as quickly as possible. I know that many of you – just like me – are looking for ammunition. Much of what I am able to find online is ridiculously expensive. I am happy to report that ModernSurvivalOnline sponsor actually has some calibers in stock. For how long? Likely not much longer.

As of typing this Thursday night they have .22LR, 9mm, 40 S&W, and 38 Special.

Much of this ammunition is packed in cans specifically for long term storage – but still, prices are lower than what can be found in many gun shows and shops.

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Of particular note – they have some CCI Mini-Mags in cases of 5000 rounds for $399.99 ($8.00 per box). Local gun shop near me was selling this stuff for $18.99 for 100 rounds – crazy!

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They have canned 100 round .22LR packs for $8.95.

Cans of 333 rounds of .22LR are $28.95.

If you are one of many that are looking for ammo – don’t wait too long. Get with some friends and go in on and order and split the shipping – that is what I did.

Keep your powder dry!

 – Rourke

P.S. – They do not currently have any 5.56 in stock – but are expecting some soon.


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  1. I echo the thanks for the heads up on the ammo. Nice! Thanks for all you do. I continue to try to support those who support our 2nd Amendment rights and boycott those who attack our rights. We keep a list of who to avoid, such as Dicks Sporting Goods, Groupon, Bank of America, Time Warner Cable, etc.

  2. @ Rick – is that too expensive? Seems like a really good deal to me (especially the 333 box) – but I have limited experience. I’ve bought ammo twice and both times it was from the guy in the ammo department at our local camping store.

  3. Jennifer- not that long ago I was paying under $20 for the same box- and there were no shipping charges. I think if you have no stockpile at all, you need to get the ammo where you can, but if you have some reserve, try to buy local. you might search for local ammo sellers on the net- here in SC we have an outfit called “Apollo Bullets” you might even check them out- they will ship.

  4. Some group members and I went in on 5000 cci mini mags. Thanks again for the heads up on that Rourke. They should give you some free ammo for sending so much traffic there way.

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