Ammo InStock: 1000 Rnds BLAZER 9mm Brass 115Gr FMJ RN Ammo $399.99 FLAT RATE S&H

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USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Kentucky Gun Co has a fair price on 1000 rounds of BLAZER 9mm Brass 115 Grain FMJ Round Noes for $399.99 with flat rate shipping for bulk orders. That is $0.39 a round before S&H.

BLAZER 9mm Brass 115Gr FMJ RN

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Blazer Brass handgun ammunition features reloadable brass cases, quality primers, and clean-burning propellants. It offers reliable, accurate performance for target shooting.

Ammo InStock: 1000 Rnds BLAZER 9mm Brass 115Gr FMJ RN Ammo $399.99 FLAT RATE S&H

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JH1961
JH1961
2 months ago

This is STILL almost 4X the normal pricing.

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
2 months ago
Reply to  JH1961

No it’s not.

Also, are you surprised the price ($0.38 cents per round) is higher than you think it should be?

Last edited 2 months ago by JSNMGC
Terry
Terry
2 months ago

Coming down. A couple more months. The last reasonable price I saw was 2000 rd for $480. Watch Academy shelves, when you see them start stocking back up you’ll know we’re just about right.

Grigori
Grigori
2 months ago
Reply to  Terry

We’re getting there!

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
3 months ago

Ehhhhh . . . ahhhhhh . . . I remember when .45 ACP was $2.49 a box of 50. We need to hire 100,000 more government employees to set fair ammo prices and monitor each place ammo is sold to make sure those greedy sons-a-bitches don’t charge more than good ol’ Uncle Sam says. Then we need to make sure they don’t sell more than 8 boxes of 50 to any customer so none of the richy rich folks comes in and buys it all. We need to make sure veterans get first shot at buying ammo, since they served.… Read more »

Last edited 3 months ago by JSNMGC
JNew
JNew
3 months ago

Let the shelves fill up and this price will drop even more. Just wait…

Last edited 3 months ago by JNew
Bill
Bill
3 months ago

It’s already out of stock! With no stock, they could advertise it at .25/rd!

Terry
Terry
3 months ago

Gouging yes, but coming down. 480 got you 2000 rounds last June. Hold back the urge to buy, a few more weeks.

Dogma Factor
Dogma Factor
3 months ago

Just another gouging deal! If nobody buys the prices will keep dropping.

Grigori
Grigori
3 months ago

Slowly but surely, ammo availability increasing and prices decreasing. This is a good thing!