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USA – -( has a whole lot of Remington Law Enforcement Ammo in stock and at great prices. Like 1000 round bulk pack box of Remington UMC 9mm 115 Grain Full Metal Jacket ammo for $369.99 with FREE shipping after coupon code “FREESHIPPING” at check out. That is $0.369 each a round with shipping and a very good price. This one will sell out.

Product: UMC 9mm 115 Grain Full Metal Jacket Bulk Pack Ammo
Manufacturer: Remington
Mfg Part #: L9MM3BP
UPC Code: 047700413914
Price: $369.99
Availability: In Stock | Fast Shipping
Condition: New

All UMC handgun ammunition is American-made in Lonoke, Arkansas, using first-quality, factory-fresh brass, and clean-shooting Kleanbore primers to provide the best value for practice, personal defense, and hunting. UMC handgun ammunition offers the choice of full metal jacket, soft point, and jacketed hollow point bullets in several popular handgun calibers. You’d be hard-pressed to find a better value anywhere.

Ammo Deals: Remington UMC 9mm 115 Grain FMJ Bulk Pack 1000 Rounds $369.99 FREE S&H

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9mm in stock and shipping same day. not the price I want to pay but the price i am willing to pay to keep shooting

Wild Bill

I note with interest that this thread, see infra, is a discussion of last months ammo price conditions. Since then, prices seem only worse. I dunno. I could be wrong.
This morning, a top Biden economic aide said that they are going to do two things to bring down inflation. I think that every thing that they do is designed to bring our country another step closer to the fly paper of socialism, and “We are here to help” is just a cover story.


A small detail, but $.36999 per cartridge does not round to $.369 per cartridge. Why so reluctant to honestly call it $.37?


Still around twice what it should be going for. Hold back on bulk ammo. Buy the few boxes that you need. As the shelves load up the prices will come down

Wild Bill

You are absolutely right. Inflation is caused by many dollars chasing few goods. The way to make the dollar have more purchasing power is to make fewer dollars chase many goods. In other words buy less and take dollars out of circulation. If we all reduced ammo purchases and took the unspent amount of currency out of circulation there would be a surplus of goods and a shortage of currency. If millions of American families took just a hundred dollars in cash out of the bank every week and put it in their sock drawer, the dollar would strengthen and… Read more »

Last edited 2 months ago by Wild Bill

I’ve been saying this for m-o-n-t-h-s now. But there are just too many people who don’t get it — or don’t care. We’re going to be in this mess at least until another republican gets into the White House. That’s the sad reality of it.


$200 too much. Pass. Have plenty yet.