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foogoo
11-01-2006, 10:53 AM
Where in So Cal do you get your ammo? Money is tight so I'm trying to shop around... Looking primarily for 9mm and .223.

All three Wally Worlds by me were duds (El Monte, Crenshaw, Gardena). How are Ammo Bros. prices?

Whitesmoke
11-01-2006, 1:59 PM
I buy all my pistol ammo at Walmart (UMC bulkpacks of 40sw).....I reload 45 colt myself. I mailorder all my rifle ammo that I don't reload. Try AIM surplus for rifle ammo.

wildcard
11-01-2006, 2:22 PM
I didn't even know there was a Wally World in El Monte. But since you're in the area, I know that the one in Monrovia (Huntington Drive and Mountain) carries ammo. I'd personally just buy it online.

grammaton76
11-01-2006, 2:27 PM
Where in So Cal do you get your ammo? Money is tight so I'm trying to shop around... Looking primarily for 9mm and .223.

All three Wally Worlds by me were duds (El Monte, Crenshaw, Gardena). How are Ammo Bros. prices?

$175/1000 on 223 for their reloads, I remember paying once.
$105/500 on 223 for new ammo, I also paid once.

If you're in San Diego, American Shooting Center has not-too-horrible prices on Federal 223.

jmlivingston
11-01-2006, 2:36 PM
$175/1000 on 223 for their reloads, I remember paying once.
$105/500 on 223 for new ammo, I also paid once.


You listed new ammo. What brand/surplus was that or was it just a new-manufacture house brand?

John

grammaton76
11-01-2006, 2:39 PM
You listed new ammo. What brand/surplus was that or was it just a new-manufacture house brand?

The stuff I bought was new-manufacture in-house. Sorry, should've specified.

55gr FMJ, reloadable brass cases

VeryCoolCat
11-01-2006, 7:43 PM
Ammo Bros in Cerritos/Paramount has $12.99 (per 100) for their Reloaded Ammunition and they sell reloading materials.

They are sometimes willing to bargain if you buy A LOT.

r8rs4lf
11-01-2006, 8:08 PM
+1 for Ammobros

I recently purchased .45ACP reloads there. 500 for like $95.00 or something like that. They all went throught the Sig 220 perfectly.

I'm starting to purchase most of my HD ammo on line now. I just got an order from Double Tap. 500 GDHP 230gr for something like $220.00. Buying in bulk helps.

anotherted
11-03-2006, 7:05 AM
Do they have any 185 gr .45 ACP reloads at ammobros?

JH2
11-05-2006, 7:06 AM
Another plus for Ammo Bros. Otherwise, it's online! Just can't get enough from Century.

Wild Bill
11-05-2006, 6:17 PM
I was in Walmart in Upland and Chino and both of them are carrying ammo again.:cool:

hdcd
11-06-2006, 5:33 AM
Another plus for AmmoBros..GREAT pricing on their 38spl reloads! Nice guys and they are going to start carrying GUNS!

GTKrockeTT
11-06-2006, 1:40 PM
Another plus for AmmoBros..GREAT pricing on their 38spl reloads! Nice guys and they are going to start carrying GUNS!


they already carry OLLs and can/will handle FFL transfers for longarms. last i heard, they're still trying to qualify for the HSC in order to be a dealer for handguns.

rumor has it that their adjacent neighbor's lease has run out, and will be vacating. ABros has intent to take over that space and increase their showroom size...that will be nice.

uracan
04-05-2010, 9:59 PM
try duncan's gun works in san marcos

1911dude
04-06-2010, 7:32 AM
Dude, this thread is 4 years old. Chances are they found some ammo.

Gio
04-06-2010, 7:47 AM
Dude, this thread is 4 years old. Chances are they found some ammo.

:laugh:

-Gio

vsy05
04-06-2010, 11:55 PM
$175/1000 on 223 for their reloads, I remember paying once.
$105/500 on 223 for new ammo, I also paid once.

If you're in San Diego, American Shooting Center has not-too-horrible prices on Federal 223.

Chances are the prices have gone up also.:p