S&B Surplus .22LR From AIM Surplus

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50rd box: $4.99ea
6,250rds (125 boxes): $598.75 ($4.79/box)

In stock and shipping now.

FYI; no $ interest here.

12 responses to “S&B Surplus .22LR From AIM Surplus

  1. Sold out.

    But I started buying ammo in quantity when Clinton was President, so I’m good. Will gladly resupply Christian Patriots when the time comes.

  2. Glad I bought mine at $5.99 for 500 rnds.

  3. $5 for 50?
    Is this considered a deal?

  4. Already sold out!

  5. http://www.natchezss.com/product.cfm?contentID=productDetail&prodID=FAAM22&src=tpCtg

    Federal Champion® Target – .22LR 40gr – 325 round / Box, in stock

    18.99 plus shipping

  6. Already sold out.
    What a waste of my hard-on!

  7. Remember when you could buy a 525 value pack for under 20 bucks? Good times man,, good times..

    • Semper Fi, 0321

      I have stuff that was $9/500. Where were you?

      • Mr. 0321….at nine beans/500 some of those posting here could have been in diapers !

        • Semper Fi, 0321

          First brick of .22 I ever bought was $4.50/500, back in 1965 in C’D’Alene ID for my single shot Remington 514 and I was 11 yrs old. Even last yr I never paid over $18/500 brick.
          I see auctions where a brick went for over $100, and folks still ask what happened to ammo prices? Those are the folks who will end up as fish bait, guppies for the masses!

  8. Over-priced! Why?

  9. Cassandra (of Troy)

    Don’t overlook S&B’s .30-06 180gr FMJ for use as field expedient AP. Since high-end body armor’s rated to .308 that load might be useful &, so far, isn’t considered naughty by the Imperium. Loads using the E-Tip & Barnes projectiles should also be investigated as well as those using the Nosler Partition, & don’t forget the ubiquitous .30-30 for Resistance use as there’s literally millions of ’em around.

    And then there’s this,:

    (If that doesn’t work, just search for Brenneke SL-122MBPM)

    & this.:


    Lots & lots of fun things to be had & so little time/money available. It just ain’t FAIR, WAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!

    Cassandra (of Troy)