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Old 11-19-2018, 04:48 PM   #1
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Default Federal Black Label 223 300pc $69.99 ($0.233ea) w/ Rebate

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Brownell's is having a special on Federal Black Label 223 Remington Ammo that gets you down to $0.233 a round after a coupon code and FREE shipping, and an MFG's rebate.

To get this deal you have to order at Brownells and apply the coupon code ďNBMĒ for $ off & free shipping and pay $89.99 at check out then apply for the $20.00 rebate online, link below. No one can touch this price for Federal Black Label 223 that is $60.00 dollars off the normal retail. If you follow ammo price trends you know that Federal Black Label 223 averages around $0.28 a round these days. This will sell out.
https://www.ammoland.com/2018/11/fed...#axzz5XF56UGRb
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comes out to $11.66 for 50rd box,,, pretty good price

Last 223 I bought was 15-20 years ago , black hills $10.99 50 rds
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That is a good price.
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That is a good price.
That's my cutoff price for reloading .308. When I can buy it at that price or cheaper, then reloading it costs more.

I haven't put a cost on reloading .223, though.
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That's my cutoff price for reloading .308. When I can buy it at that price or cheaper, then reloading it costs more.

I haven't put a cost on reloading .223, though.
Shit Iím at .60 for 308 and .42 for 5.56, 8 lbs of tac, or varget is over $200 up here. The places that sell in bulk up here are almost a dime higher per rnd.
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Shit Iím at .60 for 308 and .42 for 5.56, 8 lbs of tac, or varget is over $200 up here. The places that sell in bulk up here are almost a dime higher per rnd.
Dang. It might be worth it to become a powder smuggler to Alaska.

The cost of Varget has risen significantly. I was told it is because it is made in Australia and imported. I have around 8 x 1lb cans put away that I paid less than $20/lb for. I like it because it is not as affected by temperature changes as I can wind up shooting in anything here from below zero to 100+ degrees.

I'm running some British surplus Radway Green powder which is the equivalent of IMR 4895 that I bought for $80/8lbs and actually uses the same loading tables as the IMR 4895.
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Dang. It might be worth it to become a powder smuggler to Alaska.

The cost of Varget has risen significantly. I was told it is because it is made in Australia and imported. I have around 8 x 1lb cans put away that I paid less than $20/lb for. I like it because it is not as affected by temperature changes as I can wind up shooting in anything here from below zero to 100+ degrees.

I'm running some British surplus Radway Green powder which is the equivalent of IMR 4895 that I bought for $80/8lbs and actually uses the same loading tables as the IMR 4895.
Yep varget is $10 more a 8 lb jug, $219, IMR 4895 is $209, ram shot tac is $189.
Part of it is a exc order bush jr penned and zero enforced, basically powder must be shipped by barge. There can only be 400lbs on a single vessel, and it must be broken up into 100 lb pallets placed on each corner. Problem is politicians donít know the difference between how smokeless powder reacts to fire compared to how black powder reacts to fire. Itís all the same to them.
But black powder is still under $20 for a pound and now smokeless is between $25-$35 per pound. I used to be able to order it from powder valley, but because of the crazy transport rules he doesnít ship it up here anymore.
So now Iím stuck buying from sportsmanís whorehouse, or AK ammo who are more expensive than sportsmanís.
The only way to get loaded ammo close to your guys prices is to buy it by the pallet, better have partners otherwise itís $10ís of thousands by yourself.
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