Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Looking For .22LR Ammo?

Wiki Arms will find it for you.
Go to their page, set up an email alert account and they will start sending you deals right away.
You can specify whether or not you want any steel cased bullets or not and what price range you are looking for.

I had 3 alerts this morning alone for .22LR at .07 a round.
Yesterday I had one for .05 a round.

There is .22LR out there finally but some of it is ridiculously priced so this service they provide for free is a real time and money saver. I see there are some outfits out there still trying to get .36 cents a round,the bastards.

They find other sizes of ammo and gun parts too. The sellers they link to have just about any gun related item you can think of too.


Stripped cheapie AR lowers as cheap as $44.95.


Just trying to pass on a good thing here.

2 comments:

  1. Yeah, thank you, finding rimfire ammunition is expensive, especially when you add the time to call / drive and find it. Its the new 'antique shopping', hard to believe but true.

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