Daily Gun Deals : CCI Standard Velocity 22 Long Rifle Ammo 5 cents a Round w/ Code

CCI Standard Velocity Ammo 22 Long Rifle 2
CCI Standard Velocity Ammo 22 Long Rifle 2

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CCI Standard Velocity 22 Long Rifle Ammo $.05 a Round w/ Code (Code also applies to shipping.)

Get some CCI .22 long rifle ammo for $.05 a round after coupon code VAJ when you buy 9 or more boxes. Brownells has this ammo on sale for a short time so adding the code gets you the deal. If you follow ammo prices you know .22 long rifle is averaging $0.07 a round so this is a great price break on quality brand name ammunition. The same code gets you a discount on shipping that varies by your location.

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  • 20 thoughts on “Daily Gun Deals : CCI Standard Velocity 22 Long Rifle Ammo 5 cents a Round w/ Code

    1. Not going to help Californians. We can no longer but ammo online. Ammo has to be shipped to a licensed dealer. Then we have to pay the sales tax and a transaction/storage fee.

    2. Some commenters here are not math whizzes. It is one nickel for a round and there are fifty rounds in the box.

    3. The ammo shortage, as I remember it, was the result of Obama DEP shutting down the last smelter in the US that made lead
      from ore, so that now it has to be imported from China, and Obama had every Government Agency which owns guns order
      tens of millions of rounds of ammunition, depleting the civilian market supply, and forcing manufacturers to put all resources into
      providing defense caliber ammo for those contracts, and the civilian market. And there was a whole bunch of panic hording.
      All of this naturally drove the price of ammo and ammo components up. And desperate gun owners demonstrated that they were
      willing to pay higher prices just to have some ammo, so Manufactures never brought the price down to previous levels.
      At least that’s the way I remember it.

    4. Don’t buy! Remember when .22 sold for 2-3 cents per round? The ‘shortage’ was artificially created by the manufacturers to drive up the price. Let it sit on the shelves until it comes back down.

      1. Actually, it’s $2.50 for a box of 50. Some of us are old enough to remember when it was fifty-cents for a box of 50 (late 1940’s and 1950’s). That’s what I paid as a young teenager., but a coke was 5 cents, a newspaper was 5 cents (25 cents on Sunday), a candy bar was 5 cents, a payphone was 5 cents, a bus ride was 5 cents, a movie was 25 cents, etc.

    5. Did you buy 9 or more boxes? That is a requirement for the code to function on check out. I tested and the code works. Click the order link above. Change the quantity to 10 boxes and use the code VAJ.

    6. .05 cents per round would be a phenomenal price, 5 cents/round, not so much.

      I’m seeing as low as 3 1/2 cents per round. I have to go down 1/2 a page before they are 5c/round

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