22LR is still hard to find, but most other calibers were available. The prices seem to have slowly crept down over the last few months, and a few good finds were available. I was able to pick up 150 rounds ( 3 boxes of 50) of 9mm for .2798 cents per round.
|Store 1:Lots of 5.56 in the plastic ammo cans|
|Store 1: 250 9 mm averages to .3199/round|
|Store 1: A 60 round magazine (still too pricey for me!) was available|
|Store 2: Lots of ammo, still no 22lr though|
|Wal-mart left side of display case|
|Wal-mart right side of display case|
The third store is a local one, and I didn't take any pictures inside of it. The ammo shelves were full and most boxes had a two dollar premium from the old prices. This store even had a half barrel that contained 12,500 rounds of 5.56 for $5,999.90 (.4799/round).
Let's restock our ammo supplies this time so that we can continue to go to the range on a regular basis doing the next shortage.
So my question: What are your goals before the next shortage or what would you do differently?
Keep Right On Prepping - K