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Two Guns
02-09-2012, 20:59
Where is a good place online to order cheap 223 plinking ammo? Thanks in advance

fredj338
02-09-2012, 22:39
If you don't want cheap steel cased stuff, Palmetto has good prices, cheap shipping.
http://palmettostatearmory.com/index.php/ammunition/rifle-ammunition/223-5-56.html

cowboy1964
02-09-2012, 22:40
sgammo.com

JimBianchi
02-09-2012, 22:45
Go to slickdeals.com and scroll down to ammo. Deals are usually list by the cost per round, making it easy to compare.

Ammoengine.com is very comprehensive and easy to navigate and updated frequently.

PghJim
02-12-2012, 02:58
Try Ammo Seek:

http://ammoseek.com/

spikedzombies
02-12-2012, 03:07
Walmart American Eagle 223 55gr $6 box

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shotgunred
02-12-2012, 09:35
http://www.ammoengine.com/find/ammo/.223_Remington_5.56x45mm


Looks like
Steel is running 21 cents a round and up.
Brass is running 30 cents a round and up.

wrenrj1
02-12-2012, 09:45
Walmart American Eagle 223 55gr $6 box

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Perhaps, but AE is the Sasquatch of ammo at Walmart in my area anyway. The only evidence of its existence is the price tag on the shelf.

Cabelas runs sales on AE for $5.99 regularly.

phonejack
02-14-2012, 05:03
A little "sage" advice I received from a "distinguised high-master " decades ago.
1.practice with what you are going to shoot.
2. shoot what you practice with.

jbotstein1
02-14-2012, 05:48
I'm a big fan of gun-deals.com

You can enter your zip code and it'll tell you cost per round including shipping.

PghJim
02-14-2012, 08:58
A little "sage" advice I received from a "distinguised high-master " decades ago.
1.practice with what you are going to shoot.
2. shoot what you practice with.

I agree as far as guns, they should be the same. I fail to see the logic in caliber. I know some very good 1911 shooter who do a lot of practice with a 22 LR upper.

CourtCop
02-14-2012, 09:10
A little "sage" advice I received from a "distinguised high-master " decades ago.
1.practice with what you are going to shoot.
2. shoot what you practice with.

That could get a little pricey with premium defensive ammo going for 2 to 3 times as much as practice/target ammo. I would rather shoot more and spend less.

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