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Ep. 225 – Ammo Talk

Since ammunition is so hard to find and so expensive, I decided to record some thoughts about ammo buying. Did you know about the proposed “ammunition background check Act of 2013?” I also include some information about what handguns to consider purchasing. Other topics include why we probably have the ammo crisis and how anti gun politicians are going after ammo too. I also cover some listener voice mails including a Glock 27 review.

Links:

Shooter’s Club

AMAZON STORE

AMMUNITION BACKGROUND CHECK ACT OF 2013

 
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bronboxammoguy
bronboxammoguy

brownboxammoguy.com

I have been finding 22lr more and laitly but the price is stell way to high

to my people trying to squeez the last dime out of others that do not help the shooting community

that all 

bigqueue
bigqueue

Bob....I have not seen 22lr ammo on the shelves here in Mass for perhaps 4 months.....but I did find that CMP is selling a 5000 round can or it for $260, which is about 5 cents a round.....not as cheap as the 2 cents of years gone by......but much better than what I have seen lately. (which is NONE...though they talk about a LONG lead time.) 

 

Here is a link:

http://www.thecmp.org/Sales/ammo.htm#Aguila22

 

CMP stands for Civilian Marksmanship Program, and it is an organization set-up by the federal government to support the shooting sports and to distribute military surplus firearms and ammunition to law abiding citizens who can be legal gun owners. The only thing is that you have to belong to an affiliate club, and you can look up those clubs at this link:

http://www.odcmp.com/Clubs.htm

 

It just so happens that the Massachusetts arm of the NRA (GOAL - Gun Owners Action League) is an affiliate club, so I qualified through them. Check it out.....very good resource for M1 Garand and other rifle and often times ammo too.