**Get Your Ammo Here----2nd Edition**

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Parabellum in Avon has Sarsilmaz 9mm NATO for $40/50-round box (no limit) or $729 /1,000-round case. Expensive, but if you have the money and need the stuff there it is. Seems to be pretty decent ammo too, made for the Turkish military (scroll to 12:38 if you want the wrap-up):

 

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Parabellum in Avon has Sarsilmaz 9mm NATO for $40/50-round box (no limit) or $729 /1,000-round case. Expensive, but if you have the money and need the stuff there it is. Seems to be pretty decent ammo too, made for the Turkish military (scroll to 12:38 if you want the wrap-up):

I think they're the same company that makes ZQ1 rifle ammo and it's good stuff.
 

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As much as I hated to, I went in Wally World today. Picked up some 6.5 creedmoor and 12 gauge target loads

Portage store

They had:

200 round packs of 17hmr for $50
20 round boxes 350 legend $20
20 round boxes 6.5 creedmoor $22
100 round 20 gauge target loads $23
100 round 12 gauge target loads $22-24
 

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I had a transaction in Lafayette today (from Warsaw) so I decided to make a day of it and ammo / supply hunt on the way home. Here's what I found.

Lafayette:
Emergency Response Gear - no ammo seen

4 Guns - lots of ammo but you will pay for it - example ($35-45 a box of 50 of 9mm), most calibers, no powder / primers

Rural King: 7.62x39 tracers (1000 for $1200), Wolf 00 buckshot: boxes of 10 for $12.99

Applied Ballistics: same as 4 guns: example - CCI mini mags for $18.99 a box, several calibers

Kokomo:
Rural King: same as Lafayette

Paradise Trading Post: mostly old boxes of ammo - example - 22lr for $15 of 50, several calibers but pricey

Walmart: nothing on the shelf

Greentown:
Brian's Surplus: same as above with rounds - have most but pricey, several reloading components - powder was good price (bought 2 pounds of rifle powder for $63 OTD), primers were outrageous (as high as $400 per 1k) - had a lot in stock

Wabash:
Bass and Bucks was closed

Dunhams: Blazer 45 ACP for $35 a box (maybe 10 boxes left), Wolf buckshot for $14.99 a box, then some 220 swift - that's it

Walmart: nothing on the shelf
 

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Stopped by Academy earlier this week while on the way to Lowes... it was 15-20 minutes after doors opened so the wait in line crowd had cleared out. Walked right up and picked up 2 boxes of Rem 115 gr 9mm for $17.49 each, plus tax.
 

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Here ya go, get it while ya can I don't work for these people, I'm just trying to help keep your guns feed.
 

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aaand it's gone...
Man, it goes fast. I'm too old and slow to be able to grab these deals. I'm good on .22 but I could always use more 9 mm. Haven't bought any in a while now. My ceiling price is way below current market pricing, lol.

I have everything loaded up I can do right now until I get more primers. Supposedly I will be getting some near the end of the month. Then I will be able to load up enough to last me the season.

At that point, I will be looking for a softening in the market and a return to some kind of normalcy this winter so I can start buying for next year.

If not? Well...
 
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