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mini mags

Postby dougtee » Thu 12 Feb 2015 10:43 pm

Anybody found CCI Mini Mags in the valley lately. To me the valley goes from Ogden to Spanish Fork.
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Re: mini mags

Postby MichaelD » Fri 13 Feb 2015 5:36 am

I haven't seen anything local in awhile (then again, I haven't been actively looking), but here's a place online that has 'em for a half-decent price: http://www.eagleeyeguns.com/product_p/0031(500).htm
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Re: mini mags

Postby Aad Geordie » Fri 13 Feb 2015 2:05 pm

About an hour and a half ago Midway (from Wikiarms) had these (they're all gone now but you could have bought 10 boxes at the time):

22LR
- [$0.07/rd] CCI Mini-Mag High Velocity Ammunition 22 Long Rifle 36 Grain Plated Lead Hollow Point Box of 100
http://www.wikiarms.com/go/3192

I know that's no help now but if you sign up on http://www.wikiarms.com/ you can get almost real-time alerts. If you happen to be available at the time they come in you can usually purchase some.

I think 7c per round for MiniMags is a pretty good price. Shipping will bring it up a cent or two per round, depending on how much you buy. I've had quite a lot of success picking up 22LR via WikiArms. Sorry I didn't see it earlier—I might have caught you while they still had some.
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Re: mini mags

Postby Aad Geordie » Sat 14 Feb 2015 4:39 pm

Not sure if you're still looking...
This just appeared on UGE about ten minutes ago (location: Ogden, 700 rounds)
http://www.utahgunexchange.com/ads/cci-mini-mag-22-lr/
10c per round (no tax) is a little above what I'd consider retail but I don't think it's gouging (there are guys trying to sell it for double that sometimes :shock: ).

Let me know if you're already fixed up and I'll stop looking—I don't have any particular interest in MiniMags myself :)

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Re: mini mags

Postby quychang » Sat 14 Feb 2015 6:38 pm

The wife and I each picked up a box of 100 mini mags this afternoon at the Cal Ranch store in Far West just north of Ogden. I believe it was about $8.50 a box including tax. They're limiting it to one box "per household", but they did let us pay separately and get one each. There was enough left, I thought I might make a run out in the morning. It also might be worth checking with other Cal Ranch stores around the valley. They are also 10% off all center fire ammo, so we picked up a box of 250 Blazer Brass in .380 for $89.99, not a great price but not bad either.

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