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Juliet Lima
02-03-2008, 12:26 PM
Just got back from the Wal-Mart in Milpitas. They had the Winchester White Box 100 pack 9mm for $15.72 a box. Considering the Big 5 in Fremont had the 50 pack box for $12 I consider this an awesome deal. I picked up 1000 rounds. They still had a whole lot more.

They also had the WWB .45acp 100 pack for $26.72. I found that to be a pretty good deal too.

RAD-CDPII
02-03-2008, 2:46 PM
I was also there this morning and picked up some ammo. .223 UMC $7.56/20, .45 WWB still $28.98/100 and .45 Winchester 230 Gr JHP $23.58/50.

gwl
02-03-2008, 3:58 PM
Good intel JL. Thank you.

aca72
02-03-2008, 4:27 PM
Additional Walmart intel...

CCI Blazer Brass 9mm Luger FMJ 50 rounds: $8.97 + tax
Remington UMC 9mm Luger Mega Pack FMJ 250 rounds: $42.88 + tax (in Mountain View)
Remington UMC 9mm Luger JHP 100-round pack: $20.76 + tax

Santa Clara County sale tax is 8.25%.

JMB1911
02-03-2008, 4:47 PM
22 bucks for 100 rounds of 45 ACP and 12.63 for 100 rounds of 9mm at Walmart in Lakewood. Got 5 boxes each :)

Boomer1961
02-03-2008, 4:53 PM
How can you tell which CHINA-MARTS have ammo?

My local Richmond and Martinez a no go.

Vallejo was really sad looking with lots of empty shelf space (some time ago).

Any intel on a CHINA-MART near the Eastbay that has this stuff?

That 9mm is a great price considering that even Milwall the infamous gun show ammo seller has the cheapest being their reloads at 500 for $75, though you get a neato plastic ammo box with it.:D

Juliet Lima
02-03-2008, 4:59 PM
How can you tell which CHINA-MARTS have ammo?


Hayward and Fremont = NO
Milpitas = Yes

Not sure about any others. That's the only ones I go to.

gordoe
02-03-2008, 5:02 PM
do you guys know if they have any .40 s&w in the 100 packs?

Fobjoe
02-03-2008, 5:14 PM
I'm a bit upset now that ammo is up from ~12.00 a month or so ago to $15.00 for blazer .45auto.

robairto
02-03-2008, 5:17 PM
Wildsports Orangevale :

CCI Blazer brass 50 rnds 9mm $6.99 5 box max

American eagle .223 20 rnds $6.99 10 boxes max

Both of these require coupons from the Sacto Bee. BTW You can download the coupon.

Gunaria
02-03-2008, 5:36 PM
All China-Marts in Alemeda County do not sell ammo.:mad:

Powersauce
02-03-2008, 5:43 PM
Ammo friendly near San Jose..

Milpitas
Gilroy and
Mt. View

Fobjoe
02-03-2008, 5:49 PM
I've heard wildsports won't sell ammo unless you are over 21 (in their interpretation, that means 22 or up)....Is this true?

brassburnz
02-03-2008, 9:22 PM
22 bucks for 100 rounds of 45 ACP and 12.63 for 100 rounds of 9mm at Walmart in Lakewood. Got 5 boxes each :)

What's the address for the Walmart in Lakewood?

I wonder if the Duarte store is having a sale as well?

Thanks.

Badong
02-03-2008, 9:53 PM
How can you tell which CHINA-MARTS have ammo?

My local Richmond and Martinez a no go.

Vallejo was really sad looking with lots of empty shelf space (some time ago).

Any intel on a CHINA-MART near the Eastbay that has this stuff?

That 9mm is a great price considering that even Milwall the infamous gun show ammo seller has the cheapest being their reloads at 500 for $75, though you get a neato plastic ammo box with it.:D

Walmart has a deal with Alameda and Contra Costa Counties , more stores in exchange for not selling guns and ammo in all of their stores in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties.

Juliet Lima
02-03-2008, 10:06 PM
do you guys know if they have any .40 s&w in the 100 packs?

The Milpitas Walmart had WWB 100pack in .40SW. I don't really remember what the price on that was, because I don't own any .40 so it didn't register much. I'm probably going back tomorrow to stock up more. I'll try to price it for you.

blackberg
02-03-2008, 10:09 PM
What's the address for the Walmart in Lakewood?

I wonder if the Duarte store is having a sale as well?

Thanks.

On Lakewood or in Lakewood?

there are is one on each if I remeber right...

brassburnz
02-03-2008, 10:48 PM
On Lakewood or in Lakewood?

there are is one on each if I remeber right...

I want to know where JMB1911 got his WWB 9mm for $12.63.

Biff...
02-03-2008, 10:53 PM
Just got back from the Duarte Wallyworld, they had .223 Remington for 7.50 a box 20 rnds. Bought ten boxes.

NickN27
02-03-2008, 11:42 PM
do you guys know if they have any .40 s&w in the 100 packs?

yep, they usually stock about 20 boxes of WWB .40 so its always there, I pick up a box or two and go to target masters in milpitas all the time. 23.98 BTW.

The SoCal Gunner
02-04-2008, 5:30 AM
Does Duarte still have sales every now and then? Only sale I've been in on was the 100rnd packs of .40s&w for $16. I really need to stock up on .45 and 9mm now.

Black Majik
02-04-2008, 12:00 PM
Does Duarte still have sales every now and then? Only sale I've been in on was the 100rnd packs of .40s&w for $16. I really need to stock up on .45 and 9mm now.

They either have sales or usually the last to update the price. When all the Wal-Marts were raising Blazer Brass .45 ACP to $14.88, Duarte still had it for sale at $11.97. Cleaned out all 29 boxes. :D

robairto
02-04-2008, 6:51 PM
They either have sales or usually the last to update the price. When all the Wal-Marts were raising Blazer Brass .45 ACP to $14.88, Duarte still had it for sale at $11.97. Cleaned out all 29 boxes. :D


RIGHT ON!!!!!

Poohgyrr
02-05-2008, 12:24 AM
Wildsports Orangevale : Both of these require coupons from the Sacto Bee. BTW You can download the coupon.

I didn't see their ad in the Thurs sports section. Am I blind or did they ove the ad??

Black Majik
02-05-2008, 9:46 AM
RIGHT ON!!!!!

$374.03 poorer, but $90.93 richer. :D

That $3 per box really adds up. :eek:

quickcf
02-07-2008, 1:33 AM
$374.03 poorer, but $90.93 richer. :D

That $3 per box really adds up. :eek:

Which one in OC did you go to?

born2xlr8
02-07-2008, 2:00 AM
Which one in OC did you go to?

The Walmart in Laguna Niguel sells ammunition. The WWB 9mm goes for $15.xx there.

Black Majik
02-07-2008, 8:42 AM
Which one in OC did you go to?

Duarte off the 210

fuma1991
02-07-2008, 6:30 PM
Walmart in Lakewood
Corner of Carson and Parmount

Price on WWB 100rd pack

9mm $12 and some change
40s&w $20 and some change
45cal $22 and some change

Better hurry I brought half their ammo. They have about 30 boxs of each type left. Got friends going there after I left.

fuma1991
02-07-2008, 6:31 PM
By the way no .223 I asked.
Cost would be $7 something when they get some in.

blackberg
02-07-2008, 7:13 PM
ahh,too late for me on the lakewood,
i stopped at the mcd's for breakfast with my sis in some oc walmart and got 2 boxes of wwb @ 15.72 fro the 9mm, oh well'

lakewood never has .223 everytime I go, I only go to buy ammo, btw

kojak001@att.net
02-08-2008, 12:29 PM
Looking to stock up on 38spl for the range, any good deals at Walmart?

jre
02-08-2008, 2:22 PM
all the bulk ammo packs at walmart are steel cased, correct? I to saw the 250 rounds of 9mm,.40, .45 and was wondering how functional it is. thx

peekay331
02-08-2008, 2:36 PM
all the bulk ammo packs at walmart are steel cased, correct? I to saw the 250 rounds of 9mm,.40, .45 and was wondering how functional it is. thx
nope, they are brass.

Gnote
02-08-2008, 10:57 PM
Walmart in Lakewood
Corner of Carson and Parmount

Price on WWB 100rd pack

9mm $12 and some change
40s&w $20 and some change
45cal $22 and some change

Better hurry I brought half their ammo. They have about 30 boxs of each type left. Got friends going there after I left.

Dropped by to pick up some ammo. They still had more left. The actual prices (before tax) are:
12.65 (9mm)
20.78 (40 s&w)
22.61 (45 acp)

thesidetalker
02-09-2008, 12:02 AM
Hmm, anybody know if they have those same prices in Tracy? That's cheap..

cheese
02-09-2008, 10:07 AM
In Oroville wwb 100 rd 9mm 15.72 before tax

alamana68
02-09-2008, 5:17 PM
Just picked up 1000 rounds of 9mm and .45 Auto. Still plenty left! If get a SOCOM from Bullseye, I'll have to go back.

Just got back from the Wal-Mart in Milpitas. They had the Winchester White Box 100 pack 9mm for $15.72 a box. Considering the Big 5 in Fremont had the 50 pack box for $12 I consider this an awesome deal. I picked up 1000 rounds. They still had a whole lot more.

They also had the WWB .45acp 100 pack for $26.72. I found that to be a pretty good deal too.

TacFan
02-09-2008, 5:41 PM
Dropped by to pick up some ammo. They still had more left. The actual prices (before tax) are:
12.65 (9mm)
20.78 (40 s&w)
22.61 (45 acp)

which walmart is this. The one is Simi Valley is more expensive than that.

Black Majik
02-09-2008, 10:25 PM
Dangit. Lakewood Wal-Mart is all out of 9mm and .45. :(

The SoCal Gunner
02-09-2008, 10:50 PM
Dangit. Lakewood Wal-Mart is all out of 9mm and .45. :(

And Duarte Walmart ammo isn't on sale anymore. Picked up 3 boxes of 9mm anyway. There were a few guys there also picking up a lot of ammo.

blisster
02-09-2008, 11:08 PM
The Wal-Mart up in American Canyon/Napa has the WWB 9mm Luger @ $15.72 for 100 rounds.

dvsdev
02-10-2008, 1:26 AM
And Duarte Walmart ammo isn't on sale anymore. Picked up 3 boxes of 9mm anyway. There were a few guys there also picking up a lot of ammo.

What were they priced at in Duarte?

Is this considered a sale, or a drop in their "everyday low prices"? Any idea on when the prices will go back up?

The SoCal Gunner
02-10-2008, 1:46 AM
What were they priced at in Duarte?

Is this considered a sale, or a drop in their "everyday low prices"? Any idea on when the prices will go back up?

Their prices are back to normal and there really isn't a way to find out when they will drop the price.

Normal price is $15.72 or so as others have stated which is standard at most Walmarts now. Durate occasionally drops their price and I guess recently the 9mm 100rnd boxes dropped to about $12.

I have only bought ammo at the Durate Walmart once at a sale price when .40s&w dropped to $16 from $21 and even then I could only afford a case and a few boxes.

NIB
02-10-2008, 4:00 AM
Dammit!!!!!! I was around the corner from the Lakewood Wally World this morning and didn't know!!!!

Rugerman
02-10-2008, 7:52 PM
They either have sales or usually the last to update the price. When all the Wal-Marts were raising Blazer Brass .45 ACP to $14.88, Duarte still had it for sale at $11.97. Cleaned out all 29 boxes. :D

LMFAO ^^^Ammo Whore^^^ :p

AJAX22
02-10-2008, 8:01 PM
dang.... I hope they drop the prices again... I need a few K of 9mm and some .45 for my new 1991A1...

ProtecSylt
02-12-2008, 7:58 PM
The Walmart in Mountain View on San Antonio Road had at least 25 boxes left this afternoon and sold them for $ 15,72 for 100.

ko1featherweigh
02-12-2008, 10:09 PM
223 price at Milpitas Wal-mart went up to $8.53/20

SuperSet
02-12-2008, 10:12 PM
223 price at Milpitas Wal-mart went up to $8.53/20

Dang.. that's more than $420 / 1K. Ouch.. need to kiss that reloader.

Black Majik
02-12-2008, 10:12 PM
223 price at Milpitas Wal-mart went up to $8.53/20

Holy Smokes! :eek:

FlyingPen
02-12-2008, 10:14 PM
Went to Shawline Walmart in San Diego and they were out of pretty much everything except 40SW.

I bought ALL the CCI Blazer 9mm FMJ they had, 650 rounds. It was about $30 cheaper than ordering 650 Federal from Ammoman. It's all range ammo so that $30 didn't seem worth it.

outersquare
02-12-2008, 10:38 PM
Dangit. Lakewood Wal-Mart is all out of 9mm and .45. :(

heh, i found out about lakewood a couple weeks ago, but when i saw that word was out on calguns, i went back and bought another 5 boxes in case they ran out. :chris:

tempdrummer
02-14-2008, 5:45 PM
Went to walmart on sunday and WWB 9mm was 15.72. Just went to buy a couple boxes today and its now 18.42 per 100. Pass

:90:

JeffM
02-14-2008, 11:08 PM
Went to walmart on sunday and WWB 9mm was 15.72. Just went to buy a couple boxes today and its now 18.42 per 100. Pass

:90:

Yep, I heard that they were raising prices, so I checked out the two in my area. One had raised to 18.42. The other was still @ 15.72. I bought a few :)

FlyingPen
02-14-2008, 11:34 PM
How does WWB compare to American Eagle from Federal or Blazer Brass?

Gnote
02-15-2008, 2:45 PM
Dangit. Lakewood Wal-Mart is all out of 9mm and .45. :(

Was just there again and they had more.
---
Walmart
2770 Carson St
Lakewood, CA 90712

(562) 429-9862
---
Prices for the 9mm and 45 ACP are still low. The 40 S&W went up.
$12.65 (9mm)
$22.61 (45 acp)

$27 or 28 (40 s&w)

They had many cases but at those prices, they probably wont last. Duarte Walmart wants just under $19 for 9mm, $28 for 40S&W and $30 for 45acp if I remember right.

djacks
02-15-2008, 5:07 PM
Yes same at Walmart in Simi Valley.
Last week WWB 9mm was $15.72. Today it is now $18.42 per 100.

blisster
02-15-2008, 7:41 PM
also the same at American Canyon/Vallejo WalMart

last week was 15.72/100
now its 18.42/100
:(

gwl
02-15-2008, 7:52 PM
also the same at American Canyon/Vallejo WalMart

last week was 15.72/100
now its 18.42/100
:(

I was just there yesterday. The clerk told me the prices just jumped up a few days ago. :(

I think the Blazer Brass went up too. I saw the 9mm at $8.97 a box. I don't recall what they were before.

blisster
02-15-2008, 11:46 PM
I was just there yesterday. The clerk told me the prices just jumped up a few days ago. :(

I think the Blazer Brass went up too. I saw the 9mm at $8.97 a box. I don't recall what they were before.


I bought 3 boxes there on saturday after the vallejo gun show for 15.72.

edittman1
02-16-2008, 12:42 PM
Yeah, Walmart WAS the place to buy ammo. But it seems like they finally got a clue and decided to fall in line with their business model of dictating prices instead of offering a good deal. :/

Fun while it lasted! I got 1000 rds of 55gr .223 @ $6.47 about 4 months ago at least. :)

blackberg
02-16-2008, 2:09 PM
I just bought some 9mm @ 12.53 at lakewood, guy behind me bought all the rest

aca72
02-16-2008, 2:28 PM
Walmart Milpitas as of 02/16/2008...

Winchester FMJ Value Pack 100 rounds
9mm Luger $18.42
40 S&W $26.88
.45 ACP $29.88
.380 ACP $29.66
38 Special $29.46

CCI Blazer Brass FMJ 50 rounds
9mm Luger $8.97
40 S&W $12.47
.45 ACP $14.88

Remington UMC JHP 100 round pack
9mm Luger $23.24
40 S&W $31.76
.45 ACP $36.83
.380 ACP $32.46
357 Mag $44.88

Winchester FMJ 50 rounds
357 SIG $22.67

plus Santa Clara County sales tax: 8.25%

ghostwong
02-16-2008, 2:54 PM
http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/showthread.php?t=72100

JMB1911
02-16-2008, 3:21 PM
What's the address for the Walmart in Lakewood?

I wonder if the Duarte store is having a sale as well?

Thanks.

Seems like that's their regular price. I went there again this past week and they're still selling at that price.

zippo
02-16-2008, 10:14 PM
Ok who bought all 45 acp and 9mm at Walmart in Lakewood ??
I went their last night(Friday) and still see like 30 box of 45 and some like 20 some box of 9mm
today I went in and it ALL GONE... not evern 1....who get it all??
he or she make a very very nice choice to take all because I plan to take all 45 they have in hand and like 10 box of 9mm(1000rd)
good for them .....

outersquare
02-16-2008, 10:20 PM
Ok who bought all 45 acp and 9mm at Walmart in Lakewood ??
I went their last night(Friday) and still see like 30 box of 45 and some like 20 some box of 9mm
today I went in and it ALL GONE... not evern 1....who get it all??
he or she make a very very nice choice to take all because I plan to take all 45 they have in hand and like 10 box of 9mm(1000rd)
good for them .....


damn, i was just there yesterday, and I bought 5 boxes of 9mm, but they had tons left.

damn you guys, next time they get more i have to buy more. :chris:

blackberg
02-16-2008, 10:35 PM
Ok who bought all 45 acp and 9mm at Walmart in Lakewood ??
I went their last night(Friday) and still see like 30 box of 45 and some like 20 some box of 9mm
today I went in and it ALL GONE... not evern 1....who get it all??
he or she make a very very nice choice to take all because I plan to take all 45 they have in hand and like 10 box of 9mm(1000rd)
good for them .....


the guy behind me did, he bought all the 9, all the 45 and all the 40, there were about 40 of each based on how much stack took away from the pile

kicker72
02-17-2008, 12:21 AM
Went to pick some 9mm and .45 up Saturday afternoon, and 2 guys bought all they had, $2700 worth.:eek: Two shopping carts full of ammo:party:

Was just there again and they had more.
---
Walmart
2770 Carson St
Lakewood, CA 90712

(562) 429-9862
---
Prices for the 9mm and 45 ACP are still low. The 40 S&W went up.
$12.65 (9mm)
$22.61 (45 acp)

$27 or 28 (40 s&w)

They had many cases but at those prices, they probably wont last. Duarte Walmart wants just under $19 for 9mm, $28 for 40S&W and $30 for 45acp if I remember right.

blackberg
02-17-2008, 1:11 AM
I asked the guy if he was on calguns, he said no

I taught I heard him mention that it was going to be sold to instructor/students/range something like that

-bb

kicker72
02-17-2008, 2:17 AM
I asked the guy if he was on calguns, he said no

I taught I heard him mention that it was going to be sold to instructor/students/range something like that

-bb

Yeah, I asked him the samething said he never heard of Calguns, he was kinda of arrogant about it:rolleyes:Woman behind the counter asked what they were going to do with all that ammo, he said use it for training, so I asked who are you guys training with, he said just themselves:p I left it at that, it's their business what they do with it, but on a side note I was told that Lakewood Walmart was going to get another shippment in Monday or Thursday;)

tempdrummer
02-17-2008, 8:14 AM
Went to pick some 9mm and .45 up Saturday afternoon, and 2 guys bought all they had, $2700 worth.:eek: Two shopping carts full of ammo:party:

are you serious? thats like 100+ boxes of ammo at least even if it was all .45, if it was mixed with 9mm its easily 200+ boxes! I mean its cheap(er) but geez. I wouldnt be surprised if those guys pop up on here next week with 9mm for the low low price of $17.00.

edittman1
02-17-2008, 10:25 AM
I bet the boxes have old SKU's which dictate the price. Once they get the replacement ammo back in, they will have the new SKU's and thus the cost will effectively go up.

If not, and the price is $12.xx for 100 rds of white box 9mm, someone please buy me 1000 rds and I'll pay you back. :D

G60
02-17-2008, 3:54 PM
I bet the boxes have old SKU's which dictate the price. Once they get the replacement ammo back in, they will have the new SKU's and thus the cost will effectively go up.


that's not how it works.

they scan an item, enter the new price in a hand-held thing, and the price is changed.

V8toytruck
02-17-2008, 11:43 PM
Who's been buying up all the .223!?

.45 is pricey but at least its always in stock!

peekay331
02-21-2008, 7:24 PM
I just called about 5 walmarts in my area, West Covina vicinity, and all wanted $18.xx for WWB 9mm. I never thought I'd say this, but anyone have a lead on the $15.xx / box Walmarts?

hitman13
02-21-2008, 7:53 PM
went to walmart looking for some 45 ACP and thought that the price of the mega pack may be cheaper at a local store. Once i got to the local store the price was 130.00!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! When i asked what was up with that 50.00 mark up over walmarts price the salesman looked at me liek i had a dick growing out of my forhead

hitman13
02-21-2008, 7:56 PM
anyone know how much (if any) cheaper ammo is in phoenix? im heading there on the 1st

edittman1
02-21-2008, 8:00 PM
How's the dick on your forehead? :)

hitman13
02-21-2008, 8:03 PM
it shrank remarkably when i saw 130 dollars for 250 rounds.

9mmlaw
02-23-2008, 5:17 PM
As far as Phoenix prices go, the Wal Mart prices are the same as the LA area.

outersquare
02-25-2008, 10:15 PM
btw, anyone else notice, all the 100 round cases of 12G birdshot went up?

TacFan
02-25-2008, 10:31 PM
btw, anyone else notice, all the 100 round cases of 12G birdshot went up?

Yes they used to be $16 ... some are now over $20 :(

weezil_boi
02-25-2008, 10:45 PM
I think they are $22+ here in sac.

Ammo prices suk. Soon, I will only be able to afford to throw rocks... but then I'll need a concealed rock carrying permit.

chrisktn
02-25-2008, 11:16 PM
anyone know how much (if any) cheaper ammo is in phoenix? im heading there on the 1st

Only been to Cabela's in Glendale, AZ. So far the cheapest 9mm I got was Sellier & Belliot 115 FMJs for $7.99 per 50. Worked flawlessly on my Sig. Winchester WWBs were $9.99 per 50.

I'll be in Phoenix this weekend, though one will probably get a better deal on ammo going to the Glendale gun show this weekend. Sucks that I'll miss that. :(

Black Majik
02-25-2008, 11:23 PM
This thread is freaking depressing... :(

Spdjunkie
02-26-2008, 4:23 PM
This thread is freaking depressing... :iagree: This makes me :(_______:banghead:_______:puke:______:nuts: ______:mad:

outersquare
02-26-2008, 5:31 PM
damn i also remember some walmarts were also selling remington 9mm UMC JHP 100 packs for like $20, i went back to buy a bunch and now they are $24.

bohoki
02-26-2008, 6:32 PM
How can you tell which CHINA-MARTS have ammo?

My local Richmond and Martinez a no go.

Vallejo was really sad looking with lots of empty shelf space (some time ago).

Any intel on a CHINA-MART near the Eastbay that has this stuff?

That 9mm is a great price considering that even Milwall the infamous gun show ammo seller has the cheapest being their reloads at 500 for $75, though you get a neato plastic ammo box with it.:D

i wish walmart could sell chinese ammo

Jerry1949
02-27-2008, 4:14 PM
How can you tell which CHINA-MARTS have ammo?

My local Richmond and Martinez a no go.

Vallejo was really sad looking with lots of empty shelf space (some time ago).

Any intel on a CHINA-MART near the Eastbay that has this stuff?

That 9mm is a great price considering that even Milwall the infamous gun show ammo seller has the cheapest being their reloads at 500 for $75, though you get a neato plastic ammo box with it.:D

Hanford Wally World has ammo, but usually a limited supply. I'll check the Fresno stores tomorrow.

ChessRatz
02-27-2008, 5:24 PM
This thread is freaking depressing... :(
You need to join the reloading gang. Mike is in, what you waiting for?

FlyingPen
02-27-2008, 5:57 PM
i wish walmart could sell chinese ammo

Yeah, at least bullets are supposed to have lead in it.

alamana68
02-28-2008, 11:18 AM
My friend picked up some .45 ACP from the Vacaville Wally World last weekend.

outersquare
03-01-2008, 5:23 PM
i've been to several walmarts now, pretty much everything everywhere i looked at has gone up (various 9mm, 12G).

The price tags show what date they were printed, most of them were updated this month.

tempdrummer
03-01-2008, 9:16 PM
I went by Big 5. They have WWB 9mm for the super low price of $29.99 :no:

Boomer1961
03-01-2008, 10:03 PM
I went by Big 5. They have WWB 9mm for the super low price of $29.99 :no:


Believe it or not in this world of soon to be $4/gallon gas that is the super low price.

Thank you Georgy Dubya the dumb Bush for wrecking the American Economy.

He did not ban any more guns and let the AW sunset but what is the use if I now can not afford the ammo to shoot that gun that is not banned.

robairto
03-01-2008, 10:29 PM
Believe it or not in this world of soon to be $4/gallon gas that is the super low price.

Thank you Georgy Dubya the dumb Bush for wrecking the American Economy.

He did not ban any more guns and let the AW sunset but what is the use if I now can not afford the ammo to shoot that gun that is not banned.

Let's see. The president wrecked the economy! First off I didn't know it was wrecked and I didn't know that the president created the mergers and consolidations within the arms industry along with worldwide consumption of raw materials which:
1. helped eliminate competition and fixed pricing (Cerberus & FN)
2. see China,India,south America, Asia,Russia etc as your direct competitor

I'm sure the president wants to secure his place in history as facing international terrorism along with causing an economic slow down in the strongest economy on the world. :kest:

eguns-com
03-01-2008, 10:54 PM
Believe it or not in this world of soon to be $4/gallon gas that is the super low price.

Thank you Georgy Dubya the dumb Bush for wrecking the American Economy.


Pray tell how did he do that?

His nasty tax cuts?

He has spent more than he should of (on dumb programs) but I cannot see how he has "wrecked" the economy.

oghl888
03-02-2008, 9:48 AM
I personally fully support the actions of the current president in response to the 9/11 attack on the US. If such actions were not taken, I argue that the economy would have been in much worst shape, and we would be suffering more attacks in the US. I also argue that the oppositions to these actions, and the negative press given, is nothing short of giving comfort and aid to the enemy of this nation.

I believe both democratic presidential candidates have said that if he/shoe becomes the Commander in Chief, they would send troops to Iraq to keep Al Qaeda from building a base there, while at the same time bashing the current president for doing so. That's some of the most dishonest/disingenuous double talk I've ever heard.

People who blame the current president on $4 gas, and the slight down turn in the economy should go and research lives of people in eastern Europe during and shortly after WWII, and the lives of people in China from the 1890's (British defeated the Chinese military roughly around that time) through the Japanese occupation (Rape of Nanking rings a bell?). If you have time, look further back to nations who have lost wars, and see how their people faired. A pattern will emerge if you look at enough of these examples. Now put yourself in those situations and imagine yourself living in that environment. $4 gallon gasoline will be the least of your worries !!!

History indicates that the most militarily powerful nation in the world is the most economically prosperous. The most powerful nations in the world in known history, with the exception of the USA, also took land, enslaved the people, and raided their conquered nations for wealth and culture. In some cases, the conquered people were wiped out completely, women, children, and all. There are example of nations committing mass suicide just prior to being conquered, rather then subjecting themselves to the misery of slavery (a much worst situation than most of us can imagine today).

This nation has done a lot for its people. And frankly, a lot of the people have acquired a mindset that they are entitled to it without certain sacrifices or elbow grease. $4 gallon gasoline, slight strain on the economy, etc, is OK with me if it's necessary as a result of asserting our military might to remind the enemies of this great nation that picking on the alpha lion in the jungle has its consequences.

It's not been that long since the famous Kennedy speech "Ask not what your country can do for you. Ask what you can do for your country". If $4 gallon gasoline is that big a sacrifice that you can not do that for your country, may I suggest moving to Venezuela? I believe gasoline there is well less than $1 per gallon; housing prices should be way below California; and their president shares your view of our president.

zippo
03-02-2008, 10:31 AM
RUN...RUN...RUN...driver fast..
I just get Win. white box 100rd for

45 acp (100/box) for $22.61+tax
40 s&w (100/box) for $20.78+tax
9 mm (100/box) for $12.52+tax
38 sp (100/box) for $29.78+tax<<<not the best deal >>>

the did not change price yet. if U in area get it.
I see like maybe 50 of 40s&w...and like 30 box of 45acp.
just ask for price and buy it.
AND FOR 9mm. is all gone they will have in stock in next week may be new price(I hope is still old price)
this is add.

2.Wal-Mart Store #2609
2770 Carson Street
Lakewood, CA 90712
(562) 429-6239

Ugly Dwarf
03-02-2008, 10:45 AM
Too far for me, but I may need to swing by the local Walmart and see if they've got that price too.

A good time to stock up on some factory ammo for the next trip to Front Sight.

$.22 per round for .45 makes reloading almost not practical for practice ammo.

virulosity
03-02-2008, 1:06 PM
do all walmarts have the same prices?

neomentat
03-02-2008, 1:40 PM
Too far for me, but I may need to swing by the local Walmart and see if they've got that price too.

A good time to stock up on some factory ammo for the next trip to Front Sight.

$.22 per round for .45 makes reloading almost not practical for practice ammo.

where do you get .45acp for 22 cents per round?

What Just Happened?
03-02-2008, 4:53 PM
where do you get .45acp for 22 cents per round?

At 22.xx per 100 rounds, that comes out to $0.22 per round.

daves100
03-02-2008, 5:57 PM
santee walmart had 100 rounds for 19.52 i need some of that 12.52 for 100 round ammo deals


RUN...RUN...RUN...driver fast..
I just get Win. white box 100rd for

45 acp (100/box) for $22.61+tax
40 s&w (100/box) for $20.78+tax
9 mm (100/box) for $12.52+tax
38 sp (100/box) for $29.78+tax<<<not the best deal >>>

the did not change price yet. if U in area get it.
I see like maybe 50 of 40s&w...and like 30 box of 45acp.
just ask for price and buy it.
AND FOR 9mm. is all gone they will have in stock in next week may be new price(I hope is still old price)
this is add.

2.Wal-Mart Store #2609
2770 Carson Street
Lakewood, CA 90712
(562) 429-6239

radsmd
03-02-2008, 9:08 PM
Just there this afternoon, all 9mm and .45 was gone. Still had .40. Too bad I don't have any .40 handguns.

HKROB
03-02-2008, 9:59 PM
WWB 9mm @ covina wallmart $18 :eek:

DDRH
06-02-2008, 10:19 AM
.45ACP WWB = ~ $30

At walmart in Milpitas ~$31 wid tax or so, just bought me a box yesterday (100 rnds)

bobnfloyd
06-02-2008, 10:30 AM
Yea when we went last Thursday it was 19ish pre tax for 9mm WWB, and 29.88 for .45ACP at the Walmart at Milpitas. They have a sign for the .45ACP WWB for 26.xx but they never have that one in stock. Funny thing is, I bought a box of the 26.xx version and it has the same box and UPC as the 29.88 one, I asked them about it once and they wouldn't price match it or fix it, whatever rings up in their register is what they are going to charge you. No amount of arguing is going to change that.

ghost_ix
07-03-2008, 12:20 AM
Stupid question.

Is there a reason why the 9mm and .45 are loosely filled in their boxes (100 pack WWB) and the .40 S&W are well...normal?

EDIT: I meant WWB, not Blazer Brass

Danield
07-03-2008, 9:09 AM
Stupid question.

Is there a reason why the 9mm and .45 are loosely filled in their boxes (100 pack Blazer Brass) and the .40 S&W are well...normal?

Cause .40 S&W are for the cool kids.

Black Majik
07-03-2008, 9:29 AM
Stupid question.

Is there a reason why the 9mm and .45 are loosely filled in their boxes (100 pack Blazer Brass) and the .40 S&W are well...normal?

Good question. Back in the day, .45 used to be packaged in individual 50 rd trays like the .40S&W and .38 spl. I hate the current loose round packaging on the .45. You'll have to inspect the top layer, it sometimes has glue stuck on the cartrige.

9mm WWB VP has always been loose pack. Sometimes you gain some (+1) or loose some (-1). Count your ammo :D

Prowler
07-03-2008, 10:33 AM
I believe it's just packaging costs to keep the price down.

xs2k
07-15-2008, 12:51 AM
Just picked up a few boxes of 9mm WWB at walmart in HB - $19.97 now!

RedDawn
07-15-2008, 12:55 AM
9mm WWB VP has always been loose pack. Sometimes you gain some (+1) or loose some (-1). Count your ammo :D

Great, now I have to go and count all of my WWB ammo.:rolleyes:
Still, I have to admit, I like loose packed ammo. It looks like a whole lot more when it's all jumbled in there.:D

mooster
07-15-2008, 7:42 AM
The Milpitas Walmart also raised prices to $19.97. Blazer Brass is still $8.97. I left a couple boxes on the shelf.

Related: They are out of Federal bulk pack of 12ga. The Winchester stuff is aronud $21-something. Plenty of the Remington bulk packs at $24-something

outersquare
07-16-2008, 8:31 PM
wow, prices still increasing huh?

V8toytruck
07-16-2008, 9:59 PM
Wow, I was considering getting a 9mm since I shoot .45, but I might just get a reloading set up now....

Those of you have that have been shooting a long time, do the prices fluctuate, or once it goes up it stays up?

Caseless
07-17-2008, 2:38 PM
Yes, ammo is a commodity. Just like real estate and stocks. Prices are cyclic depending on demand, supply, politics, etc. Anyone has an update on Federal bulk pack 22LR price at WalMart?

apoman
07-17-2008, 2:45 PM
9mm WWB VP has always been loose pack. Sometimes you gain some (+1) or loose some (-1). Count your ammo :D[/quote]

I bought 9mm and 45 and got 1 extra each. I guess I'm a little bit lucky.

Sheldon
07-17-2008, 3:57 PM
Yes, ammo is a commodity. Just like real estate and stocks. Prices are cyclic depending on demand, supply, politics, etc. Anyone has an update on Federal bulk pack 22LR price at WalMart?

Just went today to the Puente Hills/City of Industry store and it was $11.97 for the Federal Bulk Pack 22 rimfire in the 550 box.

weekend_plinker
07-17-2008, 4:10 PM
todays walmart prices on remington umc ammo in 223
55 grain 20 round $9.47
45 grain 20 round $12.97
50 grain jacketed hollow point 40 rounds $25.97

daemonite
07-17-2008, 4:28 PM
I normally get +1 on the VP packs of 9mm winchester

rtlltj
07-17-2008, 4:46 PM
Yea I always get that +1 and feel stupid loading 1 bullet in the mag.

natedogg1777
07-21-2008, 8:25 AM
damn, I should have bought a few boxes a couple of weeks ago! Just checked the new Wally World in Orangevale over the weekend and they were asking $19.97/100 for WWB in 9mm.

outersquare
07-21-2008, 2:14 PM
heh, i still have 15 boxes of 9mm wwb when it was 12.50, i wonder if i should buy more

xs2k
07-21-2008, 10:02 PM
heh, i still have 15 boxes of 9mm wwb when it was 12.50, i wonder if i should buy more

Nice investment! How long ago?

thefifthspeed
07-21-2008, 10:08 PM
Nice investment! How long ago?

They were that price 3 years ago or so.

What Just Happened?
07-21-2008, 11:24 PM
Actually, I think they were that price ($12.xx/100) not more than a year ago.

outersquare
07-22-2008, 7:06 AM
yeah it was not even a year ago, i bought over 20 boxes at the time

360PA
07-24-2008, 12:06 AM
I remember buying .45ACP value packs at Walmart for the price of the current 9mm value packs! The 9mm at the time was $10 and some change. What gives? I never thought I'd be saying "I remember when XXX, only cost YYY" so soon...

xs2k
07-25-2008, 1:20 AM
Do you guys think when the war ends (if ever) the prices of ammo will stabilize? What usually happens after a war, like gulf war or any previous wars?

mason1800
07-25-2008, 1:39 AM
I might ride out to Walmart tomorrow after work, for a couple of hundred rounds. I need a refill.

AYEAREFIFTEEN
07-25-2008, 10:00 AM
Do you guys think when the war ends (if ever) the prices of ammo will stabilize? What usually happens after a war, like gulf war or any previous wars?

I think half the reason for the price increases has been because metal prices have shot through the roof. Brass and bronze scrap has doubled in the last year. Copper has been climbing pretty steady for a while now.

xs2k
07-25-2008, 11:39 PM
I think half the reason for the price increases has been because metal prices have shot through the roof. Brass and bronze scrap has doubled in the last year. Copper has been climbing pretty steady for a while now.

That's a good point! What about war? Does it have any effect on prices of ammo?

Chev
07-27-2008, 10:21 AM
That's a good point! What about war? Does it have any effect on prices of ammo?

I think it's the rising metal prices that are affecting ammo prices. I don't think war comes into play because it isn't cutting into consumer demand yet. (think WWII rationing and Rosie the Riveter)

On Topic i picked up a few packs @ around $19.97 the other day, if I remember right it's one of their "everyday items" denoted by a star on the shelf label, so it should be in stock ALWAYS.

daves100
08-03-2008, 7:38 PM
Just got back from the Wal-Mart in Milpitas. They had the Winchester White Box 100 pack 9mm for $15.72 a box. Considering the Big 5 in Fremont had the 50 pack box for $12 I consider this an awesome deal. I picked up 1000 rounds. They still had a whole lot more.

They also had the WWB .45acp 100 pack for $26.72. I found that to be a pretty good deal too.

wallmart in santee price for 100 rounds was 19.52 where in san diego can i find 100 rounds for 15.72

MotoGuy
08-04-2008, 9:30 AM
wallmart in santee price for 100 rounds was 19.52 where in san diego can i find 100 rounds for 15.72

You will have to go back in time to 02-03-2008, when this tread was started.

xs2k
08-04-2008, 1:01 PM
What is the current price for WWB for 45 acp?

Glock30
08-04-2008, 2:19 PM
Probably $29.XX

Tyrius
08-04-2008, 2:24 PM
It's $29.88, I think. Maybe $29.98? Works out to about $32.30 after tax, at least in Milpitas.

WokMaster1
08-04-2008, 5:40 PM
WWB
38 spl 130 gr FMJ 100 rds $29.97
38 spl +P 125 gr JHP 50 rds $18.97

9mm 115 gr FMJ 100 rds $19.97

357 mag 110 gr JHP 50 rds $27.34

44mag 240gr JSP $32.94

45 Auto 185 gr FMJ 50 rds $16.97
45 Auto 230gr FMJ 100 rds $29.88 (or $28.88- can't read my scribblage)

UMC
9mm 115 gr FMJ 250 rd $48.92

This is from the WalMart in American Canyon/Napa on Hwy 29 as of 8/4/08.

Sales tax is 7.75%

bobnfloyd
08-04-2008, 10:09 PM
I went to go look around a Walmart down in Grover Beach (near San Luis Obispo) and I asked the gun/fishing clerk about price variations and he stated that he had just transfered from a Nevada store and the pricing is the same for all the Walmarts at the store.

From the last post, the 230 gr WWB is 29.88. For a while they had the same box for 27.88 in Milpitas but they stopped listing the box for 27.88 even though they kept the tag there.

AYEAREFIFTEEN
08-22-2008, 8:27 AM
WWB
38 spl 130 gr FMJ 100 rds $29.97
38 spl +P 125 gr JHP 50 rds $18.97

9mm 115 gr FMJ 100 rds $19.97

357 mag 110 gr JHP 50 rds $27.34

44mag 240gr JSP $32.94

45 Auto 185 gr FMJ 50 rds $16.97
45 Auto 230gr FMJ 100 rds $29.88 (or $28.88- can't read my scribblage)

UMC
9mm 115 gr FMJ 250 rd $48.92

This is from the WalMart in American Canyon/Napa on Hwy 29 as of 8/4/08.

Sales tax is 7.75%

Just got the same deal at Walmart in Santa Clarita. They had plenty of stock. My credit card took a heafty ding. :p

WWB 9mm 100 round value pack - $19.97

WWB 38SP 100 round value pack - $29.97

WWB 45ACP 100 round value pack - $29.88

Can't remember the brand but they had a 550 round pack of .22LR for $15.47

The WWB is still a better deal than the UMC 250 round packs.

One Shot, One Dropped
08-22-2008, 10:25 AM
I called the walmarts in gilroy, milpitas and mountain view a couple days ago hoping to score some 9mm ammo, but they all said they were out of white box for a couple weeks... I'll try again later today...

What Just Happened?
08-22-2008, 11:00 AM
Damnit. 38sp is now as much as 45acp.

open3gunner
08-25-2008, 9:45 AM
i know compared to other stores it sounds cheaper. before it really went up at walmart the wwb was only 8.99 per 100 on the 9mm& the 45acp wwb was only around 15.99 per 100.

Kishfisser
08-25-2008, 1:30 PM
Just got the same deal at Walmart in Santa Clarita. They had plenty of stock. My credit card took a heafty ding. :p

WWB 9mm 100 round value pack - $19.97

WWB 38SP 100 round value pack - $29.97

WWB 45ACP 100 round value pack - $29.88

Can't remember the brand but they had a 550 round pack of .22LR for $15.47

The WWB is still a better deal than the UMC 250 round packs.

The prices are the same in Moreno Valley this week, as of Sunday. Plenty of stock other than the 45 100 packs they were out of.

r0ckingc0wb0y
08-25-2008, 3:42 PM
YES! Wal-Mart has it in lakewood/paramount, but there is one correction
9mm sells for 100 rounds for $16.00
40 cal sells for 100 rounds for $22.00
45 cal sells for 100 rounds for $26.00
and these are all winchester brand

Remington has 250 rounds pack for a few bucks more each on 9mm /40cal and 45 acp.

But i dont have any problem using Winchester brand on all of my firearms.

I just recently purchased 5000 rounds of each caliber, but i dont have a plan going to iraq (jk).

dvsdev
08-25-2008, 4:40 PM
YES! Wal-Mart has it in lakewood/paramount, but there is one correction
9mm sells for 100 rounds for $16.00
40 cal sells for 100 rounds for $22.00
45 cal sells for 100 rounds for $26.00
and these are all winchester brand

Remington has 250 rounds pack for a few bucks more each on 9mm /40cal and 45 acp.

But i dont have any problem using Winchester brand on all of my firearms.

I just recently purchased 5000 rounds of each caliber, but i dont have a plan going to iraq (jk).

Are those prices for this week? No way prices went back down...

05SCtaco
08-25-2008, 7:02 PM
Walmart has increased there prices a bit :(
For bulk of 9mm, 1k rounds would be $216 with tax @ 8.25%

anyone try ammunitiontogo.com???

r0ckingc0wb0y
08-25-2008, 7:08 PM
I just recently purchased the said ammunitions about couple of days ago, and im not even joking when i said i purchased 5000 of each caliber because i love target shooting.
NOBODY BEATS WAL-MART! and guess what? i know every value or worth on other stores like Turners and Big 5.

BEWARE some wal-mart are a bit expensive they are not all the same. If you want the cheapest one go to WAL-MART in LAKEWOOD and PARAMOUNT.
So GO WAL*MART

dvsdev
08-25-2008, 9:02 PM
anyone try ammunitiontogo.com???

I've purchased from them before. If shipping seems a little off to you, call in and they will calculate it by hand.

maxicon
08-26-2008, 1:05 PM
I've had great luck with ammunitiontogo.com, though most of my 9mm is Walmart bulk pack. ammunitiontogo.com also sells on the auction sites as bigdogammo.com, and I sometimes find the best price searching gunbroker. I've bought a fair bit of .223, some .30 Luger, and a pile of .380 from them in the last year.

05SCtaco
08-26-2008, 1:06 PM
I just recently purchased the said ammunitions about couple of days ago, and im not even joking when i said i purchased 5000 of each caliber because i love target shooting.
NOBODY BEATS WAL-MART! and guess what? i know every value or worth on other stores like Turners and Big 5.

BEWARE some wal-mart are a bit expensive they are not all the same. If you want the cheapest one go to WAL-MART in LAKEWOOD and PARAMOUNT.
So GO WAL*MART

Dang that must have been a few k's worth of ammo :eek:

Scout2Diesel
08-26-2008, 4:21 PM
This Saturday I was goining to go WWB but thought I'd try Blazer Brass for a little less:

9mm 8.97 /50
40 sw 12.47/50
no deal on the 45 so WWB 24.88 /100

Hope it works as well.

munkeeboi
08-26-2008, 7:07 PM
Are those prices for this week? No way prices went back down...


This location no longer carries ammo.

aznxtroplx
08-26-2008, 7:10 PM
They now carry Federal 223 by the Hundred pack for $39.95

dvsdev
08-26-2008, 10:57 PM
This location no longer carries ammo.

The one in Paramount doesn't carry ammo, but the one in Lakewood does. I went today and bought 4 cases (10 boxes a case) of WWB 9mm 100rd Value Pack @ $16 a box. It took 30 mins to flag down an employee to ring it up.:mad:

My question is if this Wal-Mart ALWAYS has them at this price?

r0ckingc0wb0y
08-27-2008, 10:43 AM
NO. Actually the good ol WAL-MART INCREASE!!!! their prices which makes my head on fire:mad: because after purchasing almost 10K of 9mm ammunitions they jump from and i repeat they jump the prices on 9mm from $12.50 (twelve dollars and fifty cents to a WHOPPING $16.00 per 100 rounds) which compare to any gun store is still a STEAL!!!! some charges over their NECKS!!! for a wallet breaking of $29.99cents per 100 rounds on winchester 9mm 115gr.

I will tell you this guys, price on GAS maybe going down for now but not the AMMUNITION, so if i were you get it while we are still ahead! WAL-MART is the place to go. WAL-MART between Lakewood and PARAMOUNT along CARSON.

PEACE to ALL!!!

"LOVE GUNS and NOT WAR"

What Just Happened?
08-27-2008, 11:37 AM
The Wal-Mart on Carson and Paramount seems to be slow at adopting price increases. The 100 packs of 9mm were at $12.50 while other Wal-Marts had all moved to $16 / box or $18 / box. Now all the Wal-marts have them at $20 / box, while the Carson Wal-Mart has them at $16.

r0ckingc0wb0y
08-27-2008, 11:55 AM
And people at Wal-Mart in Lakewood knows me very well and i can easily tell them to set me aside another 10K of ammunition on 9mm caliber or 40 cal or even .45 cal. That is why this is my store when it comes to AMMO. Few people knows this place and what i hate the most are those people who RE-SELLS THEM!!!!!!:mad::mad::mad: THIS IS NOT RIGHT! I use my ammunition for target practice and not by profiting or cheating others by re-selling them even a few bucks. I also bought my .308 ammo in that store, all JHP 9mm luger and JHP .40 and .45 acp for which i already have and can deploy an army to iraq(jk). Anyway, its true they have some good Remington JHP 9mm , 40 cal, 45 acp and 38spl semi-JHP. Now that i have the Kel-Tec 223 i will go to Wal-Mart right now and purchase at least 3000 rounds and this weekend up to BURRO CANYON!!!! YAHOOOOO!!!!! to try and put a 3K load on this puppy. Good Luck on getting your CHEAPEST AMMO!!!

LET ME KNOW IF A STORE CAN BEAT WAL-MART AMMO PRICE in LAKEWOOD and PARAMOUNT along CARSON!!!

xs2k
08-28-2008, 1:11 AM
And people at Wal-Mart in Lakewood knows me very well and i can easily tell them to set me aside another 10K of ammunition on 9mm caliber or 40 cal or even .45 cal. That is why this is my store when it comes to AMMO. Few people knows this place and what i hate the most are those people who RE-SELLS THEM!!!!!!:mad::mad::mad: THIS IS NOT RIGHT! I use my ammunition for target practice and not by profiting or cheating others by re-selling them even a few bucks. I also bought my .308 ammo in that store, all JHP 9mm luger and JHP .40 and .45 acp for which i already have and can deploy an army to iraq(jk). Anyway, its true they have some good Remington JHP 9mm , 40 cal, 45 acp and 38spl semi-JHP. Now that i have the Kel-Tec 223 i will go to Wal-Mart right now and purchase at least 3000 rounds and this weekend up to BURRO CANYON!!!! YAHOOOOO!!!!! to try and put a 3K load on this puppy. Good Luck on getting your CHEAPEST AMMO!!!

LET ME KNOW IF A STORE CAN BEAT WAL-MART AMMO PRICE in LAKEWOOD and PARAMOUNT along CARSON!!!

I might drive up there to pick up a few k rounds....this is current as of 8/27 correct?

Moonclip
08-28-2008, 9:32 AM
And people at Wal-Mart in Lakewood knows me very well and i can easily tell them to set me aside another 10K of ammunition on 9mm caliber or 40 cal or even .45 cal. That is why this is my store when it comes to AMMO. Few people knows this place and what i hate the most are those people who RE-SELLS THEM!!!!!!:mad::mad::mad: THIS IS NOT RIGHT! I use my ammunition for target practice and not by profiting or cheating others by re-selling them even a few bucks. I also bought my .308 ammo in that store, all JHP 9mm luger and JHP .40 and .45 acp for which i already have and can deploy an army to iraq(jk). Anyway, its true they have some good Remington JHP 9mm , 40 cal, 45 acp and 38spl semi-JHP. Now that i have the Kel-Tec 223 i will go to Wal-Mart right now and purchase at least 3000 rounds and this weekend up to BURRO CANYON!!!! YAHOOOOO!!!!! to try and put a 3K load on this puppy. Good Luck on getting your CHEAPEST AMMO!!!

LET ME KNOW IF A STORE CAN BEAT WAL-MART AMMO PRICE in LAKEWOOD and PARAMOUNT along CARSON!!!


You don't totally own it. I got a rangefinder there this year that was $25 from an original price of $180! Clays were $4 a box also. Strangely I don't remember this location ever selling guns even when they were still being sold at other CA Walmarts.

r0ckingc0wb0y
08-28-2008, 11:48 AM
Well, before sir, they were selling firearms you can still go to their website and still find some lever actions and high caliber rifles that you thought still valid but its not. Guys from Wal-Mart told me that license was remove from them for selling firearms but can sell and carry ammunitions. Now they're good carrying BB's instead and paintball, what makes me happy is the prices on their AMMO! whether its 9, 40, 45, 410 gauge, 12 gauge, 20 gauge, 00buck, JHP or not, 223, 30-06, 30-30, 308 and many others including .22 WAL-MART is THE BEST but only in CARSON nothing ELSE but LAKEWOOD and PARAMOUNT ALONG CARSON. AGAIN, no one BUT no one can BEAT WAL-MART and the good news here is im 5minutes away from them.

locktime
08-28-2008, 12:24 PM
+1 on that Walmart.

I've backed up the truck there a couple of times.

DeeL2003
08-28-2008, 2:30 PM
Are there more .45's available? I called early this week and the helpful(:rolleyes:) associate said they only had 1 box left. How often do they restock?

r0ckingc0wb0y
08-28-2008, 11:19 PM
check every thursday sir, thats right EVERY THURSDAY they received their DELIVERY (in general including AMMO). 45acp = $26 per 100 rounds. Im picking up another 5K on winchester .40 cal.

"TARGET SHOOTING makes STRESS GO AWAY, but
WAR makes STRESS IN EVERYONE, including the ONEs WE LOVE."

SMP2010
09-01-2008, 11:49 PM
I honestly hate wal mart. I know sometimes there prices are lower, but they do not support the 2nd amendment. They are a purely for profit store. I prefer to load my own and buy my supplies at local gun shops. Wal mart is bad for business. To save 3.00 a box of ammo and then your local gun shop goes out of business, you think there ammo will be the cheapest in town then? I would suggest you rethink buying from them...

DeeL2003
09-02-2008, 8:30 AM
check every thursday sir, thats right EVERY THURSDAY they received their DELIVERY (in general including AMMO). 45acp = $26 per 100 rounds. Im picking up another 5K on winchester .40 cal.

"TARGET SHOOTING makes STRESS GO AWAY, but
WAR makes STRESS IN EVERYONE, including the ONEs WE LOVE."

Called last Saturday and again the lady said they only had one box left. I think you bought them all (j/k). Oh well I'll try again Thursday.

xs2k
09-02-2008, 12:25 PM
I honestly hate wal mart. I know sometimes there prices are lower, but they do not support the 2nd amendment. They are a purely for profit store. I prefer to load my own and buy my supplies at local gun shops. Wal mart is bad for business. To save 3.00 a box of ammo and then your local gun shop goes out of business, you think there ammo will be the cheapest in town then? I would suggest you rethink buying from them...

Right :rolleyes: The money they (*some* gun shops) don't make on ammo more than make up for $100+ online FFL transfers! StockAde in Westminster (nearest to me) wanted to charge $150 for onilne FFL, so yes, I don't care if they go out of business.

chrisdesoup
09-02-2008, 1:13 PM
I went to walmart in Mountain View this afternoon:

.45auto white box win 100rnd $29.88ea
9mm white box win 100rnd $19.97ea
.308 superX win (180gr) 20rnd $15.47ea
.223 white box win (45gr) 40 rnd $23.97ea

not the best deals at wally world today!:(

r0ckingc0wb0y
09-02-2008, 11:16 PM
wow thats a bit high. How i wish all Wal-Mart prices are the same. Anyway you cant win them all.

domokun
09-02-2008, 11:29 PM
Milpitas is the same as well:

9mm white box win 100rnd $19.97ea

N6ATF
09-03-2008, 12:21 AM
I honestly hate wal mart. I know sometimes there prices are lower, but they do not support the 2nd amendment. They are a purely for profit store. I prefer to load my own and buy my supplies at local gun shops. Wal mart is bad for business. To save 3.00 a box of ammo and then your local gun shop goes out of business, you think there ammo will be the cheapest in town then? I would suggest you rethink buying from them...

For me it came down to where the closest place was that had prices within a few bucks per box of online (sans $20 shipping or whatever the hell). Closest place had a sale sign, but nothing left under it (owner didn't seem to realize he was out until I told him). I went down the block and paid about what I would have if I had wasted gas to one of the WalMarts that stock ammo. If I lived within a couple miles of one, I'd check the local shops, but WalMart still would probably be the best deal, so I'd buy there.

drunktank
09-04-2008, 2:08 PM
Wally Worlds between Duarte and Rancho Cucamonga seem to have the price locked to $19.xx. Been that way for the better part of a year if I recall correctly. Hope this helps anyone...