Thread: Ammo
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Old 04-29-2012, 19:04   #6
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Originally Posted by concretefuzzynuts View Post
Well, if you choose a round that's difficult to find and also expensive, you should stock up on it when you do find it.
Up until recently the round was found for a reasonable price on a lot of online ammo sellers. Each round was around the price of a .45 at around 40 a piece. I do agree that you should stock up once you find them at a good price.

Every once in a while Cabelas sells 500 rounds and an ammo can for around $175. There are other places that sell the round for a little more.
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