I normally get mine online as it's cheaper. But it depends a lot on what you shoot. .22 and 12ga. Are almost always cheap.deorman said:Ammo. Price and availability are concerns in some areas at the moment. Okay, price has been concerning for while now, :roll: but you get the drift.
I picked one up last fall, .410 / 45 Long Colt shooter. Survivor Rifle. $120 at a pawn shop. Still havn't shot it. .410 ammo is pricy and now its gone.outskirtscustoms said:Might be getting a nice New England Arms single shot .410 here soon. I have heard good reviews of it.
You payed $28 for the 410???outskirtscustoms said:So I did okay for $28? :mrgreen:
In a round about way yes, I bought a lawn mower from the scrapyard for $18 and paid a friend $10 to work on it and get it running, then it started smoking real bad and I traded it even up for the .410 so I have $28 in it.Sinner4 said:You payed $28 for the 410???outskirtscustoms said:So I did okay for $28? :mrgreen:
I figured I'd share a story I saw on the internet somewhere some time ago, Kinda sums up the reason why I am into guns.
A 90 year old woman was pulled over and when asked for license and registration a gun fell out of the glove box, the officer asks if she has papers for the gun and she does, He asks if there are any other weapons in the car, she says yes, turns out there were 8 pistols, 2 shotguns, and a fully automatic assault rifle in the car and she had papers for all of them. When asked what the woman was so scared of she just smiled and replied, "Not a single thing"