Wow! .308 Norma magnum. There's around I haven't heard in awhile. Shipping ammo has to be a problem?I never thought I'd see inflated ammo prices and poor availability of popular calibers, but it's here.
Sold 3 boxes of 22 mag yesterday for $75. Yes, .50c/rd for 22 mag. went to a gun show the other day and scored some 5.56.
thought I got a good deal @ .80c/rd. That used to be .25c/rd this time last year.
I'm keeping all ammo for the stuff I actually have, and selling the rest and re-investing in more of what I need now.
....Anybody need 10 rds of .308 Norma magnum? talk about unobtainium...
The ammo manufacturers are working as best they can to get out as much as they possibly can. Eventually, they will catch up to the people buying all they can find. People won't buy ammo nonstop forever, eventually 90% of the people will say ok, I have enough. Just like toilet paper lol.I really dont think its gonna get any better anytime soon. The unfortunate Part that sucks its to expensive to just go to the range anymore. I use to go shoot 4/5 boxes at the range just for fun. Now a days thats an expensive trip....
I had said that .223 is probably the most sought after, a lot more people are looking for .223 than the 6.5 creedmore. But that AR I built last winter..... 6.5 Grendel lol. I only have about 15 rounds. OoopsLOL...A few more boxes of 6.5 Creed and I will have enough. Somebody above mentioned .223 hardest to find, but my vote would be 6.5 in any of the calibers, at least in Texas.
Yep. When I was in college, '96-2000 I would buy Winchester white box in 9mm for $10 for 100. I think .40 was $12 for 100. Man those were the days.I really dont think its gonna get any better anytime soon. The unfortunate Part that sucks its to expensive to just go to the range anymore. I use to go shoot 4/5 boxes at the range just for fun. Now a days thats an expensive trip....