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Old 07-13-2012, 01:13 PM
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Default Federal Champion 9mm 100 count $19.97 Walmart

Just picked up 1,400 rounds $297 including tax.

My Shield has zero problems with Federal Champion.

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Thanks for the heads up, that's a good price. Didn't see any in N CO at the local store on Wed, I'll have to check next week.

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My favorite cheap ammo. It is rarely in stock. If it is I admittedly buy all they have. Wish they could keep a descent stock on hand.
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Yep, I got the last 3 boxes for my Shield last time I went (Chandler, AZ store).
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I have 5 walmarts around me {5 miles or less } and I have only seen this ammo once and I bought the limit 6 boxes.Havent seen anymore since that time and I check quite often.Good for you to have gotten so much.As it is a great deal.
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This ammo is a myth or else they get 1 case at a time. Around here that would be 2 customers with a 6 box limit or 1 customer without. Joe
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It's my perferred ammo for target practice.

But, when I can find it I grab as much as I can afford...
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Limit? What limit? I've always purchased as much as I want from Walmart.
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FYI... I've heard Wal-Mart has no policy governing a limit on ammo purchased. This is a in store rule that is not enforceable if you ask to speak to the manager and ask him to show you the policy that spells out an ammo purchase limit.
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This ammo is a myth or else they get 1 case at a time. Around here that would be 2 customers with a 6 box limit or 1 customer without. Joe
I've been at the ammo counter when it comes in twice. Once they got 2 boxes in. The second time they had 6 cases of 100pk 40cal and only one case of 9mm. They guy wouldn't let me grab it until he was done stocking. I got tired of standing over his shoulder and walked around the fishing tackle isle. When I came back there were only 4 boxes left... some other guy didn't mind standing over the clerk's shoulder.
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Just picked up 1,400 rounds $297 including tax.
115gr or 124g?

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117gr or 124g?
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115 grain FMJ

Walmart is out of the 100 count more than in stock.

I have gotten in the habit of checking everytime I am in Walmart and when in stock I clean them out.

They usually stock at night so morning shopping will increase your odds.

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Just picked up 1,400 rounds $297 including tax.

My Shield has zero problems with Federal Champion.

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That's awesome. The best I got at my local Walmart was ~$23 for Winchester White Box 100rd. That is pre-tax too. The Federal, I have only seen in 50rd boxes and last time I was there I believe it was around $11.97 per box pre tax. Outside Philly (they don't sell ammo in city limits).
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I don't even see the 100 round boxes online at all - neither as in or out of stock. Am I missing something?
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I don't even see the 100 round boxes online at all - neither as in or out of stock. Am I missing something?
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I could be wrong but I believe the 100 round Federal Champion is unique to Walmart.

It is boxed loose.

The 50 count Federal Champion which is boxed individual dividers is $12.97 per box.

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I looked for this ammunition for several weeks at a number of different Walmart stores. I was beginning to think it was just a myth. Recently I found one store that had it in stock on two different occasions. Just bought two boxes each time. At $19.97 per 100 round box it beats the stuffing out of anything else available in a 115g FMJ.
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My local WM has never had it when I am there!

I looked today, again. No luck.
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My favorite target round. MY M&P9 FS loves this round. I think the secret is out though - my Wal-Mart now limits purchases to 2 boxes and inventory goes quickly.
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I could be wrong but I believe the 100 round Federal Champion is unique to Walmart.

It is boxed loose.

The 50 count Federal Champion which is boxed individual dividers is $12.97 per box.
Cheers for the clarification. So, basically you can't check it online & I have to just check the shelves every time I'm at the WaWa? Guess I better hit the road & check the shelves ....
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I work at a local walmart and check almost every day. I use the handhelds to see if we have any coming too. Says "warehouse out" but yet 25 miles away they have like 10 boxes on the shelf. According to management... each store is different. However that store is next to the warehouse. So why do they get them but we get "warehouse out" on our system. GGRR. I guess they clean out warehouse before we get a chance to get any? hhmm
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They were in stock at my walmart today. I got 2 boxes because I just got a 1000 rd case - 9mm Luger Aguila 124 grain FMJ ammo for 197.80 w/ $16.00 shipping. It's a little more than the Federal but I can always get it.

I prefer the 124gr ammo but I can not pass up that deal at Walmart. Even if it isn't my preferred weight. They had a total of 10 boxes in stock when I got there.
It is really good ammo. Before I switched to the 124 FMJ I would buy all they had any time I was there.
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I've never even seen the 9mm 100's. Now and then the local walmart will have the 100 .40s, but never the 9s...
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It's all I will ever buy. The Walmart stores around here call me the "ammo man".

It shoots well and is priced well - what more can you say? Buy some ammo cans and stock up. I got 2500 rounds last week from one store. After that last price increase I decided I may as well. It gets used
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Just got last two boxes of the 9mm 100's my nearest store had this morning. They also have several boxes of the 550 22 value boxes, got one of those for my M&P22.
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I never go to WalMart without checking for the Federal Value Packs. It's all I've been using since they came out a Year or two ago.

They took it offline for a while to redo the packaging. Originally, they had two small boxes of 50 rounds each (10 rounds per layer?). Now they use just the outer box with layer separators (20 rounds per layer?)

I've always preferred WalMart Federal to WWB. Better uniformity in cases and better QC (IMO).
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FYI... I've heard Wal-Mart has no policy governing a limit on ammo purchased. This is a in store rule that is not enforceable if you ask to speak to the manager and ask him to show you the policy that spells out an ammo purchase limit.
If they do pull that limited box purchase game. Just do like we do. Get the limit and take it out to the car and go back in and get more a couple times. After all,it is a new purchase.
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The 9mm has been around long enough and it is not a myth.

Here is the new deal and even harder to find at Walmart.
And of course it is not a myth either.
Fed 45ACP 100ct for $25.97+ tax.

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nmm at my local wallmart is like searching for bigfoot. It is never in stock unless it is the $11.99+/50 variety. Of the 20+ times I have checked out local stores I have found one 100box and one 200 box, the cheap 100 and 200 packs are always out of stock. Plus that 9.99 turns into 10.97 after taxes..

I just gave up and started using palmetto arms. $10.99/box in stock all the time, free shipping.. I will be reloading very soon, price drops to under $7.00/box that way.
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The 9mm has been around long enough and it is not a myth.

Here is the new deal and even harder to find at Walmart.
And of course it is not a myth either.
Fed 45ACP 100ct for $25.97+ tax.
Picked up 3 boxes (all they had) at my local WM yesterday. Never saw it before and my jaw dropped when they rang it up at $25.97. The only thing that sucks is it is small primer .45 brass, still reloadable, but you'll have to separate it from your other .45 brass.
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I was in a small town with the old small type WM today, and they actually had some of the Federal 100 round 9mm.

First time I have been able to find it!
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i pick the $19.97 100 rd 9mm ammo when ever I can. i have 3 walmartsaround me and its a game of chance. one rep told me once when they just got a few cases in that it would be gone by in a few hours
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Interesting that so many people have a hard time getting this ammo. Im at Columbia MO and we have only three Walmarts and my usual walmart doesnt have it the clerk will go "hey bud you want me to check our other walmarts in town? and i say "why i would appreciate that that Sir/young lady" and in a matter of a few seconds he says the one on Broadway has 17 of them, i Smile and say life is good my friend

Im not sure why our three walmarts always seem to have them. If one doesnt the other one does and they always seem to have plenty. i always check my walmart and only twice have they been down to 2 or 3 boxes but they have been completly out several times with the other two walmarts picking up the slack

Hopefully they see demand is high at your walmart and start to order more to keep up with the demand. Has anybody though about asking the manager politely to order more or request more to be shipped to his store? i would but im lucky that i dont have to.
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Anyone buying Tulammo from Wally's? I found 50 rds. for under $10 yesterday.
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Another option if you have a sales tax to pay?
1000 Rounds of Bulk 9mm Ammo by Federal - 115gr FMJ
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Anyone buying Tulammo from Wally's? I found 50 rds. for under $10 yesterday.
Ugh... That cheap, Dirty Poly-Coated crud isn't worth the few pennies you'll save.
(just my opinion of it... SOME have no problems at all)
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That's why I asked, I haven't shot any Tulammo.
Thanks for the Fed link gnystrom.
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Just bought some a few hours ago. Hope to shoot 'em by the weekend.
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went to wally world looking for this deal today (it would take a deal to get me there, i hate the place) no luck with the 100rnd federal but they did have plenty of the remington UMC 115 in the 250 box for 59.57, this is the ammo I usually shoot and at = 11.91 per 50 i'll take it!
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I've never had a problem finding it in stock. Usually the WWB 100 round bulk is sold out. I've bought several times in 200 - 500 rounds leaving some boxes on the shelf. I've bought and fired some of the Tula as well with no problems with it or the Federal Champion but the price difference is tiny and there's brass left from the FC.

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Finally after searching for the last 3 weeks found a walmart that had three boxes in stock. Ill admit the hunt for the ammo was kinda fun. I ended up buying one 100 round WWB every store I went to looking for the Federal 100 round boxes. I now have close to 1000 rounds of 9mm.
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Stumbled upon the .45 ACP, 100rd Federal 230 grain bulk pack for $25.97 deal referenced above.... I bought all four... if they had more I would have bought them all.

Mine isn't carrying cleaning jags anymore. Turns out the universal cleaning kit I bought a year ago didn't have any .45 brushes, jags, or mops in it... I was in looking for some when I found this stash.




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The Fed Champion 100 round box of 9mm is about the best value for 9mm ammo around. The .45 round box is great also, at $25.97 it is not much more expensive than 9mm! Pretty great deals if you can catch them in stock.

The only things I don't like about the ammo is that it is loaded really light and leads the barrel sometimes because the copper plating is so thin. It's still hot enough to function and the leading just takes a little extra work to get rid of. All in all it's worth the money saved.

When it comes to ammo for paper punching I want the cheapest I can get while not being defective.
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I saw (4) boxes of the 100rd .45's at walmart the other day but I don't own any 45's so I passed. It's crazy how cheap they are though compared to the 50rd boxes.
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Holy ****... so much for that! Price is up $5 a box.


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Now that I'm reloading good quality 115gr. plated RN 9mm, I'll spend about $36 in powder, primers and bullets (I have collected 1,000's of my Walmart used brass=Free) to make 250 nice shooting rounds(Labor not included).
I think it was worth my $250 startup cost. I focus more on shooting than my wallet now.

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went to wally world looking for this deal today (it would take a deal to get me there, i hate the place) no luck with the 100rnd federal but they did have plenty of the remington UMC 115 in the 250 box for 59.57, this is the ammo I usually shoot and at = 11.91 per 50 i'll take it!
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I bought some of federal fmj and had some failure to feed Issues. The shell would go about half way in any one had trouble on this ? I got a m&p 9 mm
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All you mf's that buy all they have are the reason no one else can find any....
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That is all I use for my 9mm, 40s&w, 45acp. I do not get light hits with the Federal Champion. I have had light hits with Winchester WB, Remington UMC. The Federal is clean and consistent. My Walmart is hit or miss on the ammo. The 100 count are out of stock more than the 50 count. The best time to find them is 9-10am, when they are finishing up on stocking, at least in my local Walmart. The 100 count 9mm are/were $19 the 50 count are/were $10. The 40 & 45's are up to near $.40 per shot.

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Just picked up 1,400 rounds $297 including tax.

My Shield has zero problems with Federal Champion.

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That is a great price...congrats. I live close to 3 stores....none of the 3 every have any in stock. I just started rolling my own....even cheaper, and more accurate.
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I just left the Wally World in Palmetto, FL and they had a bunch of Federal 9mm 100 count and .45 100 count.
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