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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 04-23-2008, 09:24 PM Thread Starter
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Bulk 12 Gauge Buckshot Ammo

What are some good deals on bulk 12 gauge ammo? I've been building up my ammo collection (.40 S&W, .45 ACP, .223) and now I'm focusing on 12 gauge.

Ammoman is around $1 a round when buying 100 rounds. They have some Wolf ammo at $169 for 250 rounds (2 3/4" 9 pellet) but they are out of stock. What are some good deals out there?




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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 04-23-2008, 10:20 PM
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Acadmey sells remington under a dollar a round for most of it...
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Acadmey sells remington under a dollar a round for most of it...
The Army Navy used to carry it Remington 00 2 3/4" for 3.99 a 5 shot box, that was like 2 years ago though.

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Walmart had some cheap 12ga rounds, $18/19 for a box of 100

This is just for plinking? busting off a few rounds right?

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Walmart had some cheap 12ga rounds, $18/19 for a box of 100

This is just for plinking? busting off a few rounds right?
Looking for defensive ammo, 00 or 000. Whatever I can get for cheap so I can stock up on 100 to 200 rounds in case the zombies attack




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Looking for defensive ammo, 00 or 000. Whatever I can get for cheap so I can stock up on 100 to 200 rounds in case the zombies attack
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http://ammunitiontogo.com/catalog1/i...gauge-buckshot

Try this place. They are in Texas. I have found some good deals there plus they have more selection than Ammoman or Aimsurplus. Their shipping is cheap and tax is only 6 or 6 1/2 %.
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Hehe... I love zombie movies, I love my horror movie collection. Nothing like blasting away at the "undead".

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http://ammunitiontogo.com/catalog1/i...gauge-buckshot

Try this place. They are in Texas. I have found some good deals there plus they have more selection than Ammoman or Aimsurplus. Their shipping is cheap and tax is only 6 or 6 1/2 %.
Wow! Just checked them out and they do have some pretty good deals on 12 gauge ammo. Gonna have to get an order together Thanks man!




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What are you guys thoughts on Fiocchi ammo? Seems like I've bought some of there handgun stuff before from CTD. I'm guessing shotgun ammo is shotgun ammo. $54 for 100 shells of reduced recoil nickel plated 00 Buck is a damn good deal.




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What are you guys thoughts on Fiocchi ammo? Seems like I've bought some of there handgun stuff before from CTD. I'm guessing shotgun ammo is shotgun ammo. $54 for 100 shells of reduced recoil nickel plated 00 Buck is a damn good deal.
That is what my uncle uses for dove hunting. The make good shotgun ammo. Their dove loads are a little pricey for me.

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