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    Does anyone have in mind some places to get cheap ammo. It seems every place I go to has been jacking up their prices. Need to find some 12 gauge, 9mm, 40s&w.

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    wal mart?

    iv seen ammo for sale on backpage before, and gunbroker of course

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    There's no such thing as cheap ammo today.

    This is the best you'll do.
    http://arizonagunowners.com - The best AZ gun board around!

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    http://www.ammoman.com usually has pretty good deals on ammo. It's usually bulk though (500 or 1000 rds). Plus... free shipping on mostly everything!

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    Cabelas in Glendale will have everything you need to start reloading, including Lee products, which are easily the best deal for the money.
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    There's no such thing as cheap ammo today. This is the best you'll do.
    Yeah, with Copper prices headed for the toilet and Copper mines in Arizona laying off many hundreds of workers, Ammo prices still increase.



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    Scrap prices in Arizona are like getting ass raped. I had a trunk load of copper that I had been stashing that I took to the scrap yard before I moved, and I was shocked when I got next to nothing for it.

    If you are a reloader, and can cast your own bullets and make your own copper jackets, it would literally make sense to wait outside a scrap yard and offer people coming in triple what the scrap yard will pay them for some usable copper.
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    Cabelas, Wal-Mart (when in stock) and Big 5. Forget Sports Authority, they must have voted for Nobama. I was a member of the Scottsdale Gun Club for several years, expensive but a good place to check out.

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    In the Tucson area......Wallymart on Speedway, 100 round box of WWB .45acp FMJ for $29.95+tax. Not too much else on the shelves this afternoon.

    A few weeks ago, Wallymart at/near Foothills mall did have Blazer brass 9mm for under $9.00@50 rounds.


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    GWbiker wrote:
    In the Tucson area......Wallymart on Speedway, 100 round box of WWB .45acp FMJ for $29.95+tax. Not too much else on the shelves this afternoon.

    A few weeks ago, Wallymart at/near Foothills mall did have Blazer brass 9mm for under $9.00@50 rounds.
    Wallyworld by Foothills has jack these days. I got lucky and hit Diamondback the exact day they just got a big shipment of 9mm HST, bought as much as my checkbook would tolerate right now- the price has gone up 10% over the last year. I'd like about 400 more rounds of that. Also got some Federal American Eagle at Murphy's but 50 rounds of ball ammo were 19 freaking dollars?!?! It's getting ugly and Nobama hasn't even done anything yet!

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    Cheapest place I know -- my reloading bench. I don't even bother with commercial ammo anymore.

    Ammo's just going to keep getting more expensive -- it's time for folks to bite the bullet and learn to reload.

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    Another place to look is Bear Arms in Scottsdale, SW corner of Shea & Scottsdale Rd, in the back of the big parking lot, they usually have a good stock of most all you could want

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