Ammo Deal: Blazer Black Label, 9mm, 115 Grain, 500 Rounds Bulk Box $101.64 Member $$

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CCI Blazer Black Label, 9mm, 115 Grain, 500 Round Deal july2020
CCI Blazer Black Label, 9mm, 115 Grain, 500 Round Deal

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Sportsman's Guide has a pre-order (Expected 10/26/2020 as of last page update) sale on CCI Blazer Brass Black Label, 9mm, FMJ, 115 Grain, 500 Rounds in a Bulk Box for $101.64 for existing club members. That is $0.203 a round and a decent price in today's panic market. Buy Now Gun Deals

Bulk Ammo from CCI®, an absolute STEAL of a deal here and now. Hey, regular trips to the range can get expensive. Bargains like this help stretch your shooting dollar to the max.

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Key Specifications

  • Item Number: 706358
  • Mfg. Number: 5200BF500
  • UPC Number: 604544645767
  • Caliber: 9mm
  • Bullet Weight: 115 grain
  • Bullet Style: Full Metal Jacket
  • Muzzle Velocity: 1,125 FPS
  • Muzzle Energy: 323 ft.-lbs.
  • Case Type: Brass
  • Primer Type: Boxer primed, reloadable
  • Corrosive: No
  • Rounds: 500

CCI® Blazer Brass Black Label Ammo is clean, new-production, brass-cased and ready to rock.

Ammo Deals: CCI Blazer Black Label, 9mm, 115 Grain, 500 Rounds Bulk Box $101.64 Member $$

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Dave in Fairfax
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Dave in Fairfax
9 days ago

We’ve been discussing the SG issue and had meetings with them. Here is Fredy’s response when I asked him what could be done. “AmmoLand News has stopped promoting Sportsman’s Guide, despite their assurances. Now we are just letting the old promotions run their course and age away.” If you re-read the Ammunition comment and Disclaimer at the end of the article, it says that as a 3rd party we have little control over them. Many of you have pointed out that there is an answer to the problem. It’s been taken. I hope this answers the questions about what AmmoLand is… Read more »

Finnky
Finnky
2 days ago

– Thank you. It is always heart warming to see corporations take the honorable path. It is a good reminder that companies follow the morals of the people who work there. You are a good man and I appreciate it.

Dig Sig
Dig Sig
10 days ago

Ammoland you ran the same add,from sportman’s guide about a month ago. Same 9MM Blazer Brass ammo. At that time it was 18 cents a round. Put my order in and sure enough about 2 1/2 weeks later ordered was cancelled. Called customer service and they said that they could not make the September ship date. I said I didn’t care and if it took a little longer it would be alright. They then said that it could be months before its released. Now its the same thing with a October Ship date and a higher price. Ammoland you need… Read more »

Knute
Knute
10 days ago
Reply to  Dig Sig

That’s just what happened to me also. Ditto…

Skippy
Skippy
9 days ago
Reply to  Dig Sig

AmmoLand must be getting some kind of kick back or royalties from sportsman’s guide if I owned a business and this is what they kept doing I would drop them even if you lose your sponsorship to me that’s just bad business

BillK-STL
BillK-STL
20 days ago

Knowing how they like to cancel orders, “after multiple attempts to contact you…”, I pre-emptively sent several emails requesting that my order not be canceled.
Guess what happened? The order got canceled. I had a less-than-satisfactory experience with my first order from them, and this is now just solidifiying it.
Avoid Sportsmans Guide whenever possible!

ArthurSido
ArthurSido
27 days ago

Yeah, ordering ammo now that might be delivered in October? No thanks. You simply need to invest some time each day to watching for good deals, I got brass case 9mm FMJ for $.23/round yesterday and more today by watching stock levels.

Jmack
Jmack
27 days ago

Ordered 45 ammo and had 3 back order delay notices over 10 weeks, only to have the order canceled . Good luck getting ammo from these guys

MB
MB
27 days ago
Reply to  Jmack

Same here, done with their nonsense..

Rock22
Rock22
1 month ago

Expected availability 9/7/2020? The price will be down by then or we will all be dead from Kung Flu. Thanks to China.

kidicarus13
kidicarus13
16 days ago
Reply to  Rock22

Prices down by 09/07/2020? LOL, we all wish.

hedged03
hedged03
1 month ago

Sportsman’s guide is a joke. I wouldn’t believe anything they advertise. I go through a fair bit of ammunition and so I buy from a lot of different vendors. I had multiple cases of ammo on order dating back several months and when prices started to rise, the old orders at much better prices began to get canceled one by one, until no orders remained. They do this little trick where they send an “action required” email asking if you want to continue to wait for the product you ordered months ago and on each, I had responded that I… Read more »

xtphreak
xtphreak
1 month ago

the code “SG2968” comes up with a message that says:
“We are sorry, the coupon code you entered is only valid for new customers.”

My price with Buyers Club is $101.64.
Tax & insurance makes it $109.74 delivered or $0.2195/round or $10.97/50 rds

Oldman
Oldman
3 months ago

I’ve had these on order since mid-late March. They are backordered now til June 6th at the earliest.
If it ever happens, it will probably be a good deal at this price. Prices and lack of availability are skyrocketing right now and according to Sam @ SGAMMO, are still going up, especially in bulk.

JFCrosby
JFCrosby
3 months ago

This is NOT GOOD deal. The ad says 500 rounds are normally $200.00, That is not true. 1000 rounds normally sell for $185. This is DECEPTIVE advertisement. Wait awhile and prices will be down again. Look for shipping deals. A lot of these sellers will charge exorbitant fees on shipping, trying to make a bigger profit. Be careful. Be wary. Run, don’t walk.

gcm
gcm
4 months ago

I put 2 box’s in to see what shipping would be for 1000rds, and it was $17.99 for shipping, then I added my zip code, and it added another $12.50 for tax, her’s the kicker, another $1.12 for shipping tax, tax, bringing the grand total to $231. and change, such a deal, NOT.

Arny
Arny
4 months ago
Reply to  gcm

But if you join the buyers club for $49.99 a year you get free shipping for orders over $49.00. And if you shop on there a lot you save that in discounts & shipping on other merchandise. I regret not joining sooner. I find myself shopping on there more & more.

gcm
gcm
1 month ago
Reply to  Arny

There are to many honest venders out there that will sell bulk ammo for one price, and free shipping always, no clubs, no games, just free shipp always. I cannot fit anymore ammo in my safes, but when the prices get back to normal before the pre- covid pandemic, i will start buying again, and at that point in time for a thousand rounds of 9mm, 115gr. it was $169.80 and free shipping, so i think most of you know where to buy without getting played.

Ej harbet
Ej harbet
4 months ago
Reply to  gcm

45 ball prices 1 month ago! No thanks. Ill work on my dryfire and wait for the price to drop again

RoyD
RoyD
1 month ago
Reply to  Ej harbet

I hope you don’t mind waiting for quite a while.

Last edited 1 month ago by RoyD
JH1961
JH1961
4 months ago

How much is shipping?

Hooey
Hooey
4 months ago
Reply to  JH1961

For non-members, shipping would be $13.99, which would raise the cost per round to about 21 cents.

Knute
Knute
4 months ago
Reply to  JH1961

The article does mention “This is a member price.”. I ordered two yesterday. As a member, here is my breakdown:
Merchandise Total:$189.98
Sales Tax: $0.00 (Montana. No sales tax, like Oregon)
Shipping and Handling: $0.00
Package Protection: $0.99
Grand Total: $190.97
If you want that price, you need to join up!

gcm
gcm
1 month ago
Reply to  Knute

Do the math from the company that don’t charge shipping the cost for a thousand rounds of 9mm is $169.80 free shipping, no clubs to join, so you paid club membership of what $60.00 or so, and final to your house was $190.97? You paid shipping of like $21.00, not counting your club membership, so yea, you paid shipping.

Knute
Knute
10 days ago
Reply to  gcm

No, I paid nothing. After weeks of them trying to cancel, and me staying on the list, they finally just canceled the order anyway, offering me no choice this time around. They say their supplier has notified them that no shipping date is available. And yet they still keep advertising the “deal” that they don’t have.
Perhaps they only want personal information that they can sell… The new US business model: Cheat or perish!

Glocktarded
Glocktarded
4 months ago

15 grain? Is this airsoft ammo?

Hooey
Hooey
4 months ago
Reply to  Glocktarded

I believe it is 115 grain!