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Re: OT; Maybe

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Richard from SE AZ

12-05-2012 18:50:43
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Here in SE AZ, 22 in bulk packs is hard to find. I bought 2 grandsons a Henry 22 lever action but could only find ammo in 50 rnd boxes and not much of that. Guess there are alot of people like me that cause the shortages. I buy 22 ammo just about everytime I get to town. When kids or grandkids come visit and want to shoot, we have all the ammo they care to burn up. So, I guess they get some of my stash.

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LOU from Wi.

12-05-2012 20:33:59
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 Re: OT; Maybe in reply to Richard from SE AZ, 12-05-2012 18:50:43  
Richard from SE AZ, I used to buy the 300 when it was $8.95 for a twenty round box.It went (here)up to a 39.99 per box,when they get it in, loaded ammo.
Gene and Brownies dealership, in Anderson,Ind. I used to fire it at the gun barn, they used to collect the spent brass,and I didn't reload at that time.
Bricks of 22's around here are still plentyful though,just seems the bigger calibers are getting harder to find.
Regards, LOU

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