Ammo InStock: Lapua X-ACT .22 LR 40grn LRN Ammunition 50rnds $30.49 FREE S&H

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Lapua X-ACT .22 Long Rifle 40 grain Lead Round Nose Brass Cased Rimfire Ammunition Deal
Lapua X-ACT .22 Long Rifle 40 grain Lead Round Nose Brass Cased Rimfire Ammunition

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Optics Planet has in-stock and shipping now 50 round boxes of premium match quality Lapua X-ACT .22 Long Rifle 40 grain Lead Round Nose Brass Cased Rimfire Ammunition for $30.49 a box with FREE shipping. TIP: Smart shooters buy bigger lots for more consistent results.  That is $0.609 each a round.

Lapua X-ACT .22 Long Rifle 40 grain Lead Round Nose Brass Cased Rimfire Ammunition:Buy Now Gun Deals

Caliber: .22 Long Rifle
Number of Rounds: 50
Bullet Type: Lead Round Nose (LRN)
Bullet Weight: 40 grain
Cartridge Case Material: Brass
Muzzle Velocity: 1072 ft/s
Primer Location: Rimfire
Muzzle Energy: 102 ft-lbs

Ammo InStock: Lapua X-ACT .22 LR 40grn LRN Ammunition 50rnds $30.49 FREE S&H

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Ram
Ram
1 month ago

After the shortage caused by the Barney Franks – Chris Dodd
engineered economic collapse 0f 2008, CCI mini-mags in 100
round packs, came back at the elevated cost of aprx. $8.47
(up from sub $7.00 per 100). Today’s prices could be justified
if ammo was supplied with certification of silver content to meet
anti-lead standards.

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
1 month ago
Reply to  Ram

Current prices are the result of the combined effects of supply constraints and a rapid increase in demand for a product that is produced by a capital-intensive industry that understands the extreme variations in demand, over time, for their product.

They also understand things like the cost of capital, the cost of hiring/training people, the cost of terminating people during times of decreased demand, and their dependence on components made by other companies that are facing similar market issues.

Barney
Barney
1 month ago

All of our wonderful friends in the firearms and ammunition industry are always watching our backs and helping us out! Quadruple prices is the norm, and will go up even more if people will pay it, and they will, because they are fools, and want it all, regardless of price. Let it sit on the shelves a while, and the price will come back down to earth. Remember the price gougers, and let them rot on the vine.

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
1 month ago
Reply to  Barney

It’s not price gouging.

RoyD
RoyD
1 month ago
Reply to  JSNMGC

They can down vote you all they want, you are correct.

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
1 month ago
Reply to  RoyD

Thank you. It’s possible some don’t understand my point. I would prefer that ammo was inexpensive and plentiful. That’s not possible given the current supply constraints and the various issues driving up demand. If people want the manufacturers to sell at a lower price, that won’t result in lower prices to the consumer. If they want the government to step in and set price controls and rationing, that won’t work, but it will result in a more powerful, more expensive, and more corrupt government. We just need to allow the system (the best ever devised) to work. Either capacity will… Read more »

Autsin Miller III
Autsin Miller III
1 month ago
Reply to  JSNMGC

@JSNMGC, I respectfully disagree. If I am correct, there are actually laws in place to stop such inflationary practices in situations such as communities that are hit by hurricanes and other natural disasters. I don’t see how this is different. I know there is a fine line between price gouging (inflating prices multiples of the previous price) and the law of supply and demand. Maybe price gouging is just the upper end of that law, but either way, when you look at the ammo companies output and their income it is apparent they are doing more than passing on increased… Read more »

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
1 month ago

Price gouging is a violation of specific government orders in times of crisis. It’s a legal term used in conjunction with government interference with the free market. No such order is in place regulating ammunition pricing and I hope there never is. On this board people are constantly speaking out against socialism/communism and I agree. However, many don’t understand that government intervention in setting pricing and rationing goods is a main component of socialism/communism and other forms of totalitarianism. I do not want a government that is so big and powerful it can dictate pricing and quantities sold. Capitalism has… Read more »

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
1 month ago

Also, if the manufacturers sold at a lower price to wholesalers/distributors, do you think that would result in lower prices to the consumer?

Robert
Robert
1 month ago

All we can do is point out a few deals when we find them to help you save $$.” LOL!!

RetUSAF
RetUSAF
1 month ago

I was paying close to this price for a 500 round brick of match .22 not long ago.

Dogma Factor
Dogma Factor
1 month ago

So who’s making all the money with this price gouging? Manufacturer, wholesaler or retailer?

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
1 month ago
Reply to  Dogma Factor

It’s not gouging.

Intrceptor
Intrceptor
1 month ago
Reply to  Dogma Factor

I’ll pick “D”. All of the above.

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
1 month ago
Reply to  Intrceptor

What do you think should be done?

Intrceptor
Intrceptor
1 month ago
Reply to  JSNMGC

What can be done? Supply and demand…

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
1 month ago
Reply to  Intrceptor

That’s my point. I think we are in agreement.

Cruiser
Cruiser
1 month ago

Insane.

Hooey
Hooey
1 month ago

Exactly one year ago in 2019, I bought a 2500 round brick of .22 LR for .03¢ a round. Now it’s 60 cents. I’m no Einstein, but I believe the price of .22 shells increased in one year by 2000%.

krunchnik
krunchnik
1 month ago

Good grief-I thought this was a typo and it was for 500 rounds!

Vanns40
Vanns40
1 month ago

The prices will drop when the buying stops, it’s that simple. As long as “that sucker” continues to be born every day the industry will continue to take advantage of them.

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
1 month ago
Reply to  Vanns40

Your first point was correct.

MikeRoss
MikeRoss
1 month ago

This can’t be right…..60 cents a round?

RetUSAF
RetUSAF
1 month ago
Reply to  MikeRoss

I was buying 5.56 for 30 cents a round, last year.

archmark
archmark
1 month ago

$0.609 cents each for any type of .22, .223/5.56, .380, .9mm, .30,, 7.62,39 or 7.62/3.08 is pure INSANITY, PERIOD!!!

fireball4
fireball4
1 month ago

I’ve been telling folks, for the past decade, to invest in lead. Said it’ll be worth it, and it is.

RoyD
RoyD
1 month ago
Reply to  fireball4

I have been casting bullets for over forty years. I have around twenty or so sets of molds. In my garage I have over 600 one pound ingots of wheel weight lead. Plus around 800 ingots of lead sheeting or pure lead. I started getting serious about acquiring lead about twenty years ago. My Father in law who lives in a large town in western Oklahoma would go around and collect lead from his buddies and then when I and the wife came to town that lead would come home with me. It has allowed me to shoot for less… Read more »

The other Jim
The other Jim
1 month ago

Twice the price of the regular price of 5.56…is it that good; or maybe wait until the gouging stops?

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
1 month ago
Reply to  The other Jim

It’s not gouging.

Autsin Miller III
Autsin Miller III
1 month ago

“TIP: Smart shooters buy bigger lots for more consistent results. That is $0.609 each a round.”

Tip, smart shooters don’t pay sixty cents a round for 22LR!