By G. Halek
A couple years ago, ammunition prices were ridiculous. I’m sure some of our readers can remember. All of the sudden, bulk full metal jacketed rounds were just skyrocketing. For those of us who practice regularly — at least once a month — that can put a serious dent in expendable income.
For this reason, my wife and I decided to pare down our handgun selections in preference of a single caliber. Our reasoning was that if we picked one standard caliber — i.e. 9mm, .40 S&W, .45 ACP, etc. — we could easily interchange the pistols we own and still be able to practice regularly.
The market eventually caught up to demand and bullets were back down into a reasonable price range. However, I get the feeling my wife and I weren’t alone in this decision to go all one caliber for our handguns. I noticed, recently, a LOT of handgun specials going on for pistols chambered in boutique calibers like .357 SIG and .40 S&W.
As a good consumer, I instantly went on my phone to check out bulk ammunition in those calibers. Lo and behold, even though the prices for bulk FMJ for .357 SIG and .40 S&W weren’t close to …Read the Rest
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