I'm wondering if the run on .22 ammo isn't because there's probably millions of homes with only a Model 60 or an H&R wheelgun on hand and folks are just buying what they need to feed what they have.
COME TAKE IT.
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Last edited by 1av8r; 01-23-2013 at 06:32 AM.
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I don't go through alot of ammo. And I usually just buy a replacement box after I dispatch one.
So apx 14 days ago, thought i'd be different, went on line and bought a couple boxes of each,
various weights and tips. .380, 9mm, .40, .308 didn't need any .22. The high end stuff was high!
So I bought the mid range stuff, that had not changed price much. They had it all, and I got the full
order within a week. Never bought from them before, hardly heard of them "Cheaper Than Dirt. com"
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S&W Shield 9mm
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Sig P229 .40 - .357 - .22 conv.
Walther PPK/s .380
Browning Buckmark Plus .22
Davis Derringer .38 (original Saturday nite special Mfg)
Radom 9mm (1938)