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tbyron
01-18-2010, 22:07
When shopping for ammunition in your respective locations around Minnesota and nearby states, what do you all typically find to be the most popular handgun/rifle calibers? I've noticed it varies area to area.

For example, at home in Woodbury, 9mm is always hit or miss. While 40S&W is usually easier to find. It's the polar opposite in Mankato, at least from my experience.

u4ea
02-06-2010, 20:40
Apple Valley Walmart had probably 50+ boxes of 9mm and around 15 boxes of .40 last week when I was there.

dahahn
02-11-2010, 19:25
Cabela's in Rogers is constantly empty when I show up.

Bill's in Circle Pines/Robbinsdale is pretty good, but it's expensive.

Gander Mountain in Blaine has 357SIG (what I'm looking for), but it's Blazer. :crying:

EAJuggalo
02-16-2010, 18:05
for 357Sig I usually had to go to either J&S in Lakeville or Sportsman's Guide in South St. Paul. If you'd like to reload it I've got a full set of dies, dillon 550 toolhead and about 700 pieces of brass I'd sell cheap.

j-glock22
02-16-2010, 18:24
I gave up on my WM's, but sometimes I get lucky at Meijer just down the street, when the 9mm WWB's pop up at 19.95 The good stuff, I get cheapest online (ATG)

tbyron
02-16-2010, 22:33
...If you'd like to reload it I've got a full set of dies, dillon 550 toolhead and about 700 pieces of brass I'd sell cheap.

How much you looking to get from selling?

EAJuggalo
02-20-2010, 07:01
I'd take $100 for all of it. Redding die set, Lee Factory Crimp Die, Dillon 550 toolhead and caliber conversion, around 700 pieces of twice fired CCI Nickel plated brass and around 300 Speer bullets, 100 sealed 125gr Gold Dots and two boxes of bullets that broke open. One is 125gr FMJ and the other is 125gr. Gold Dots.