Federal Champion Target - .22LR 36gr Copper-Plated HP 525/Box - $24.99 (Limit 1)

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Price: $24.99
Price per round: $0.048
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Search for "FA745" - A high-quality copper jacket promotes consistent expansion and terminal performance in this hollow point design.

Find a nice range of capable target shooting options for your rimfire guns. If you're looking for the most performance for your dollar, look to the 40-grain solid AutoMatch 22LR—its sweet-spot velocity make it perfect for 10/22 actions and other autoloading firearms.

Caliber: .22 Long Rifle
• Grain: 36gr
• Bullet: Copper-Plated Hollow Point
• 525 Rounds per Box
Shipping Weight: 4.33 lbs.

Product Number: FA745

Due to limited supplies, and high demand this item has a 1 piece maximum order quantity per customer, every 1 day.

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Category: Ammo
UPC: 029465057169
MPN: 745

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Shipping is 15$ bs, but its

Shipping is 15$ bs, but its still under 8cpr which is better than the gunjoker/local prices

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natchez charges to much for

natchez charges to much for shipping $15.00 dollars bought this from gander mountain same price shipping was free .but the charge$ 4.99 regular time because one box limit i got sucker in before with natchz one box cci 375 tactical 22 lr and one 30 cal ammo can shipping was $18.35 never do that again.if cabelas would have this the shipping would be $5.95

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I would have bought some if

I would have bought some if the shipping would have been more realistic.

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logpillow's picture

I'm sure all of the scalpers

I'm sure all of the scalpers are, and selling on other sites for more money.....But thats the American way.

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logpillow's picture

Natchez should offer free

Natchez should offer free shipping like Sportsman Guide does. Or give some other kind of incentive. The shipping is all up to them and they are taking advantage of it. I will remember this when 22lr gets back to normal in a year or so.......

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Cabela's can ship 1000 rounds

Cabela's can ship 1000 rounds of .22LR for $8 and Natchez's charges $16 for 500 rounds. Twice the price, for half the weight.

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Natchez charges to much for

Natchez charges to much for shipping one box a wast of time and money if i had to only buy from natchez i sell my guns

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If Natchez is going to rape

If Natchez is going to rape people on shipping fees they should at least wave the 1 per customer limit.

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Guess I live in the wrong

Guess I live in the wrong state, I haven't seen any .22 ammo at the only two stores in my town for over a month. Only seen ammo on facebook where people are selling it at double retail (12+ cents/round).

And if I were to drive 40miles to the nearest bigger city (with no Cabellas) I'd probably use up a half tank of fuel just driving around store to store with no guarantee I'd come back with anything and costing $20-$40 in fuel..
So I guess I'm an idiot for not being lucky!
Regardless I bit the bullet, 1025rnds at 8cents/rnd with this and the 500 CCI rounds. Should carry me over till all this crap passes.

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akarguy's picture

$43 shipped to east coast...

$43 shipped to east coast... $17 in junk fees. EFFEM! Why bother posting this????

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Nice price but what's with

Nice price but what's with the shipping cost?

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logpillow's picture

$17 bucks

$17 bucks

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Natchez is always a rippoff

Natchez is always a rippoff for shipping, and they're also one of those distributors that loves to bump up their prices tremendously as soon as there is any bit of a gun scare. They will never receive my business for that reason alone.

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OOS anyway, so... They do

OOS anyway, so... They do have the 50rd boxes for 3.84

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Johnmoses's picture

Natches SUCKS...They rip off

Natches SUCKS...They rip off their customers and I am sick of seeing their BS posts. Slickguns should not allow these clowns to post on here. Natches has NEVER had deals, because they run a poor business, and pass the cost of running a poor business on to it's customers.

I pay $23 for 500 at Cabelas regularly, and the same from PSA for this exact same box.....Cabelas charges me tax but free pick up...PSA charge $7 shipping.

Natches is ALWAYS the most expensive. I wish they would just go out of business so I don't have to see their rip offs anymore.

Anyone that feeds the old "supply and demand" line, is a seller. And clearly out of touch with the industry...

Just sayin'

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Let's not forget

Let's not forget cheaperthandirt.com
They are fukcing themselves in the long run because when things get back to normal,most of us won't forget and will never shop there again. Enjoy it while it lasts scumbag companies,you have shot yourselves in the foot.

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Did you get a couple of

Did you get a couple of boxes? LOL That’s a good strategy, saying that they suck so others follow along and there’s some left for you to get under the 2nd, 3rd, or 4th account, right?

Just kidding...

The deal was up for 3 mins and out of at 4 mins. So no one is really listening. They want their ammo to shoot and in some cases to resell.

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Johnmoses's picture

No, I will not buy from these

No, I will not buy from these guys, and I have a few thousand rounds of .22lr already. It's not my primary caliber. I just got a 500 pack from cabelas for $23.00 , the another day. Free in store pick up......I don't have difficulty finding ammo like some parts of the country, and 22lr isn't that important to me. ...that being said, it's not even being sold for very much on Gunbroker anymore.

Not sure what the problem some have finding ammo, but I get a few hundred rounds here and there, and save it for a day of plinking....

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I know... I'm in Alaska and

I know... I'm in Alaska and the ammo is slow here but it always has been slow; but, still I didn’t/don’t have problems getting what I want when I want it and have plenty onhand because of the fact that getting the calibers that I want to shoot has always been slow. We were in Wal Mart and one of my friends and I made a comment that didn’t faze any of the folks as guys and gals pushed over each other and frantically ran around the store asking people to buy 3 cans of this 223/556 Federal ammo for them, when the store pulled out 3 pallets of the stuff. My buddy said a few times very loud.. “Damn these folks are acting like drug addicts and the dopeman just told them that this is the last of the crack!!” It was a very crazy scene... I just couldn’t understand folks acting that way to get ammo, I don’t need to shoot that bad!! It was wild to see these grown men and women fight over getting more than their 3 a day boxes because they were recruiting other people to buy more boxes for them...

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Virgle's picture

I need a little more

I need a little more information here. Three pallets? What city? Price? You can also fill in the rest of the questions that you think I will ask. I really want to call BS, but let give you a chance. Anchorage, Fairbanks, let me guess, TOK.?

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scprepper's picture

If it's not supply and

If it's not supply and demand, what is it? if every corner store had shelves full of ammo, the price would be driven down by competition. You are buying online because you can't get it anywhere else and end up paying the price. If you don't like a particular seller's shipping cost, Don't buy from him, complaining about it doesn't help. If you have stock piled more ammo than you can pick up and carry, then you are part of the problem. Nobody "needs" thousands of rounds of ammo, you don't shoot that much. If having stock piles of ammo makes you feel better because you fear government intervention, then you need help beyond this forum.

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You have prepper in your

You have prepper in your name? And your basically saying he needs help if he is one?

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So tired of all these online

So tired of all these online ammo sellers. Its bad enough that they are charging 37.00 for a 22.00 box of ammo. (That they still pay the same price for they did a year ago) Then you have 20.00 bucks shipping and they do so much business with ups that they have a fixed rate thats probably around 4.00 for every box they send out.

I hope all you fellow shooters remember places like this when things get back to normal. Natchezs is quickly climbing my S**t list up there with cheaperthandirt & luckygunner.

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The sad thing is I don't

The sad thing is I don't think we are ever going to see the "normal" prices again. I don't have a problem paying $37 a box what I do have a problem with is charging $20+ shipping when other stores can ship the same box for $6-$7.

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eek....I have a problem

eek....I have a problem paying that much, that is way too much for this. There are still plenty of places not charging double or near. Is it more of a hassle to get it, sure, but it is still possible.

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Where are these plenty of

Where are these plenty of places? I don't see any 22lr in stock anywhere online or local that isn't $35-$50 a brick.

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walmart, bass pro shop,

walmart, bass pro shop, cabelas, psa, midway, aimsurplus and on and on and on

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Jaredcm1's picture

Just bought 10 of these from

Just bought 10 of these from Gander Mountain for $22.99 ea., shipped free. No WAY I will ever pay that much for .22. SOMEONE would come out making it cheaper eventually.

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It's supply and demand 101,

It's supply and demand 101, prices for dealers has increased dramatically, we spend hours and hours searching for new sources and in many cases dealers don't get "terms" have to pay up front for ammo with a credit card. The ammo world has changed and not likely to ever get "back to normal" Bottom line is: if you don't need it, don't buy it, if you don't shoot regularly, you don't need ammo. This entire ammo crunch is 100% completely consumer driven, the government isn't causing it by buying ammo (they don't shoot .22LR) Shipping seems high but if you can't get it at your local walmart and don't want to spend hours of waiting in line everyday to see if the truck arrived or driving all over town, pay the price or don't get it. As a dealer, I'm sick of all the crying. We had pallets of 9mm for $9.95 a box for years and nobody wanted much, now everybody wants 10,000 rounds and there's a price to pay. Put up or shut up I say. Just sayin

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Kriegshund's picture

Amen, brother. Like another

Amen, brother. Like another said it's becoming Gougeguns.com <(*oo*)>

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Even if Natchez didnt charge

Even if Natchez didnt charge $20 for shipping this isn't a great deal, I jut paid $20 for the can of 325 at Dick's

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Also, the limit is one box a

Also, the limit is one box a day, plus shipping :-/

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The price for the ammo would

The price for the ammo would be good if it wasn't for Natchez shipping prices. $20 to ship one box of ammo seems a little high to me.

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Natchez's is no deal unless

Natchez's is no deal unless you are placing a LARGE order. For this "deal", it is $21 shipping. Not a deal. Sorry, availability does not make a deal to this buyer.

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