Decent Deal on .22LR

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Decent Deal on .22LR

Postby FordMan59 » Mon Nov 06, 2017 11:14 am

Dunham's had 525 round bulk pack of Remington Golden Bullets on sale yesterday and today for $27.99 which brings the cost down to $17.99 + tax after rebate. Dick's also has them on sale for $27.99 pre rebate. If I recall correctly they're on sale until the 11/11/17 at Dick's. https://www.remington.com/sites/default ... 20Ammo.pdf Rebate limit of 3 boxes. My final cost after tax and rebate came to under 3.75 cents per round.
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Re: Decent Deal on .22LR

Postby Flowmaster » Mon Nov 06, 2017 3:05 pm

I'm waiting to hit black friday deals again. I got some Federal Auto Match a couple of years ago at either Dick's Sporting Goods or Field & Stream. Either way, it was cheap.
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Re: Decent Deal on .22LR

Postby FordMan59 » Mon Nov 06, 2017 4:49 pm

Flowmaster wrote:I'm waiting to hit black Friday deals again.
I plan to hit those too. I'm hoping they will do 9mm for $9.99 a box with the $5.00 rebate per box again this year. I still have some from last year, but it can't hurt to restock in case some idiot does something that starts another ammo scare. I have lots of Federal .22LR too, but one of my pistols seems to be stuck on Rem.GB and doesn't want to eject/feed Federal or Winchester reliably.
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