Battle Born Munitions .22lr 40gr High Velocity LRN Ammo 500rd Boxes $57.49 FREE S&H

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Battle Born Munitions .22lr 40gr Ammo sale oct2021
Battle Born Munitions .22lr 40gr Ammo

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Rainier Arms has 500 rounds boxes of Battle Born Munitions (BBM) .22lr 40gr High-Velocity LRN Ammunition for just $57.49 with FREE shipping.

Battle Born Munitions .22lr 40gr High Velocity LRN Ammo

Part of BBM’s “M” Line, this high velocity, precision-loaded ammo is optimized for use in all short and long-barreled 22 LR weapons, both semi- and full-automatic. It is brass-cased with a 40 GR copper-plated bullet for 122 ft lbs of energy and a velocity of 1250 fps.

Specifications:

Type: High Velocity
Bullet Style: Copper-Plated Round Nose
Caliber/Gauge: 22 LR
Bullet Weight: 40 grain
Muzzle Energy: 122 ft. lbs.
Muzzle Velocity: 1250 fps
Case Material: Brass
Application: Hunting/Target

Battle Born Munitions .22lr 40gr High Velocity LRN Ammo 500rd Boxes $57.49 FREE S&H

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Laddyboy
Laddyboy (@laddyboy)
18 days ago

WHO are you kidding? One brick for $50.00 or more! At these prices, this is nothing but PRICE GOUGING!!!! Bring the price BACK TO NORMAL which is about $20.00 or LESS!!!!!!

Wild Bill
Wild Bill (@wild-bill)
18 days ago
Reply to  Laddyboy

Inflation under Trump was 1.4 percent. Inflation under Joe Dementia is 6.4 percent, and heading toward 10 percent. Inflation of costs is just a deceptive way of expressing devaluation of the dollar’s purchasing power. Prices can only go back to normal if the dollar is in such demand that there is a shortage of the dollar.
The dollar is no longer based upon anything. It used to be based upon gold. Now the dollar is just fiat currency. We can thank FDR and Richard Shithouse Nixon for that.

Oldman
Oldman (@crazyphone)
17 days ago
Reply to  Laddyboy

In the middle eighties the price per brick was $6.99.

JPM
JPM (@jpm)
4 months ago

South African Ammo has always been of high quality and I have been shooting it for years in .45 ACP, .223 and .308. This is the first time I have see their .22 rimfire ammo, but if the quality is as good as their centerfire ammo it should be excellent, but it is still priced more than it should be at this time.

Wild Bill
Wild Bill (@wild-bill)
18 days ago
Reply to  JPM

What is the brand name for this South African ammo?

JPM
JPM (@jpm)
17 days ago
Reply to  Wild Bill

PMP, Pretoria Metal Pressings, are what have been on all the South African Ammo I have used over the years.

Wild Bill
Wild Bill (@wild-bill)
17 days ago
Reply to  JPM

Thank you.

Dogma Factor
Dogma Factor (@dogma-factor)
4 months ago

Ouch that price hurts. That’s not a deal it’s gouging.

gunnerdd517
gunnerdd517 (@gunnerdd517)
17 days ago
Reply to  Dogma Factor

i`ll be a long,long time before price gets better….if ever.

Wild Bill
Wild Bill (@wild-bill)
17 days ago
Reply to  gunnerdd517

The change to the dollar has been made. Biden’s handlers did it. They wanted to make fossil fuels so expensive that people would voluntarily go to solar and wind. The handlers failed to forsee the unintended consequences.
Whatever your income level, you now need more.

Wild Bill
Wild Bill (@wild-bill)
17 days ago
Reply to  Dogma Factor

It is the new reality, a weaker dollar.

Hazcat
Hazcat (@havoc816)
5 months ago

This is more reasonable than I have seen in a long time. Still more that twice ‘pre pandemic’ pricing but better than it has been.

Grigori
Grigori (@grigori)
4 months ago
Reply to  Hazcat

The pics look like plain lead, something I would not buy unless I was down to my last rounds and it was all I could find. The listed specs indicate it is “copper plated round nose”. If so, they may be worthy of consideration.

HighDragLowSpeed
HighDragLowSpeed (@highdraglowspeed)
4 months ago
Reply to  Hazcat

It’s always funny when I see the supposed deals posted here for $0.17 per round and I get it they need advertising revenue and I’m sure some people actually go and get it but … Yeah. Ouch