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I was able to pick up a 500 rd brick of Aguila 22 LR super extra 40 grain lead nose ...


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Old 10-10-2013, 01:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I was able to pick up a 500 rd brick of Aguila 22 LR super extra 40 grain lead nose for $28.99 at Midway USA via gunbot. The only thing that sucked was shipping @ 15.00 but still to get 22lr at .06 cents a rd I could not pass it up, I watched it cycle fine on you tube. If anyone has anything good or bad to say about this ammo please let me know. I think it will be fine in my 10/22 if not I will keep it to trade or barter......Thanks guys and girls,
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I was able to pick up a 500 rd brick of Aguila 22 LR super extra 40 grain lead nose for $28.99 at Midway USA via gunbot. The only thing that sucked was shipping @ 15.00 but still to get 22lr at .06 cents a rd I could not pass it up, I watched it cycle fine on you tube. If anyone has anything good or bad to say about this ammo please let me know. I think it will be fine in my 10/22 if not I will keep it to trade or barter......Thanks guys and girls,
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Aren't 22 LR rounds still extremely hard to find?
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I've got over 2000 rds of them so I'm finding them just takes patience and knowing were to look IMO..
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I've got a bunch of 44's. So I'll just cut them in half and have twice as many .22's.
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Good deal. I always call a couple of buddies up when I find a deal to see if they want any. That way I can split the cost of shipping. I'm a cheap skate
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Brand new gun shop opened up beside my work. Only been open 2 days and I have gone in both days buying ammo. The best part is its at normal cost not this over priced bull shit. Bought 2 bricks of 22lr and some 223, 45 and 9mm
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I don't think 30 bucks is too much for a brick how much did you pay?
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Got my brick via ups today so i am real happy to get a brick for 6 cents a round... I will be going to range tommrow with my 10/22 and will give a range report on ammo I received. From what research I've done its good stuff but will see...... also gonna take my ar cause I have not shot it in quite some time and its getting lonely cause my Glocks have been getting all my range time......Added a picture of Brick
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I've run Aguila .22 thru my 10/22.
It's pretty good ammo; accurate, consistent, fairly clean, reliable. Not the best, but better than most.
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