Ammo Blitz

Ammo Blitz

A wise man stocks his cabinets with more ammo than he can shake a stick at. That’s not an actual saying, but it makes me want to buy ammo. With National Shooting Sports Month in full-blown blitz mode, now is your chance to stock up on a pile of ammo. Check out the best deals on ammo right here.

.22 Ammo
Remember a time not too long ago when .22 ammo was hard to come by? Once shoppers found it, the mark up made them hesitant to shell out the cash. CCI .22 Standard Velocity is reliable and now on sale for rock-bottom prices. No better time to buy than right now if you are looking to take new shooters out. Start them with a .22, and they’ll be hooked for life. BUY here

CCI

.223 Ammo
One cannot have too much .223 ammo in the vault. Wolf Gold ammo is as low as .31 cents per round. That is crazy low. If you are heading to a class or just going to the range, then this is the deal for you. The .223 cartridge is another solid option for introducing young shooters. Thread on your favorite suppressor, and it’ll be hours of fun on the range. BUY here.

wolf223

22-250 Ammo
A personal favorite, the 22-250 remains a superb choice for varmint and deer hunters alike. Honestly, I’ve taken more deer with the 22-250 than any other cartridge. The recoil is negligible, and I have more confidence in shot placement. Plus, if I’m out shooting with my youngster, I know he can handle it. Winchester Super-X ammo is priced to move right now. If you haven’t dusted off the old 22-250 in a while, perhaps it’s time. BUY here

Winchester22250

6.5 Creedmoor Ammo
Will the 6.5 Creedmoor ever catch like wild fire? It just might one of these days. I suppose questions like these are reserved for those living under a rock. Most discuss the 6.5 Creedmoor when speaking about long range, but it is a great hunting round as well. Hornady Full Boar utilizes the hard-hitting GMX bullet. This copper-alloy bullet delivers results with 95-percent weight retention and deep penetration. BUY here.

Full boar

9mm Ammo
Have you shot any Aguila Ammunition lately? If you haven’t, I’d urge you to run out and grab some. The Aguila 9mm FMJ rounds run as low as .19 cents per round if you buy in bulk. Aguila uses a proprietary Non-Corr primer, which guarantees ignition in any given weather event. That is a huge plus, especially if you shoot in rainy climates. BUY here.

aguila 9

   

It doesn’t matter how you choose to spend National Shooting Sports Month, as long as you shoot safely. Keep shooting and introduce someone you know who has never shot before, but don’t forget plenty of ammo. ~ KJ

Kevin Jarnagin
Kevin Jarnagin (KJ) hails from Oklahoma, but quickly established Louisiana roots after joining the Gun Talk team. KJ grew up as a big game hunter, and knows his way around a bass boat. Whether it’s making his way to British Columbia for elk or training with pistols, Jarnagin always seems to find a gun in his hands and adventure on his mind.