Blazer Brass 9mm .55 CPR IN STOCK NOW

TexasRedneck

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The fact that it's still in stock after this time is MOST promising... As fewer idjits jump on it at any price, they'll start trending downward again. Sad part is, I won't be buying any even then - was fortunate enough to have seen this coming and got REAL deep into my handgun loads. The only long gun ammo I'm getting even slightly low on is my primary hunting caliber - and I have 5+ years of it on the shelf still.
 

Hoji

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The fact that it's still in stock after this time is MOST promising... As fewer idjits jump on it at any price, they'll start trending downward again. Sad part is, I won't be buying any even then - was fortunate enough to have seen this coming and got REAL deep into my handgun loads. The only long gun ammo I'm getting even slightly low on is my primary hunting caliber - and I have 5+ years of it on the shelf still.
Pretty much the same. I have bought some at .55 per round, but not a ton. Enough to replace what I shot. Maybe a couple of thousand rounds of 9mm. Set on rifle/hunting rounds for a few years.
 

TexasRedneck

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New Braunfels, TX
Pretty much the same. I have bought some at .55 per round, but not a ton. Enough to replace what I shot. Maybe a couple of thousand rounds of 9mm. Set on rifle/hunting rounds for a few years.
I was able to get into mine at about 30 cpr...helped a buddy unload a ton of 'em he'd bought while not paying attention an' sold them out in like two days, too. He sold most at like 30-35 cpr, and a coupla thousand at 50 cpr (he'd REALLY screwed up THAT order and paid almost 49 cpr shipped). Most folks were acting like it was a bargain - tempted me to unload some of MY excess, but decided not to. I've always felt like if I had extra rounds, I'd sell 'em for what I had in 'em. Just me...
 

Hoji

Bowling-Pin Commando
May 28, 2008
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Mustang Ridge
I was able to get into mine at about 30 cpr...helped a buddy unload a ton of 'em he'd bought while not paying attention an' sold them out in like two days, too. He sold most at like 30-35 cpr, and a coupla thousand at 50 cpr (he'd REALLY screwed up THAT order and paid almost 49 cpr shipped). Most folks were acting like it was a bargain - tempted me to unload some of MY excess, but decided not to. I've always felt like if I had extra rounds, I'd sell 'em for what I had in 'em. Just me...
That is the reason I still have almost 200 rounds of the Hornady SubX 30-30. Worthless for anything bigger than a raccoon, but it is crazy quiet through a suppressor. I can’t bring myself to sell it for the going rate ( 8.99 a round when it shows up) so I will quietly shoot squirrels off of the bird feeders and reload the brass.
 

MTA89

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Yep. Checked my email and $179 was the price. It was Speer Lawman that was $215.
Those were the glory days for sure. I went to BPS in Sherman today. They are all stocked up on ammo because they have insane prices right now for it. $45 a box of 9mm...

Makes $550 per case sound like a damn dream come true
 

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