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just been to my local gunshop to top up my ammo supplies of .17 hmr ammo [remington premier ballistic tips ,17gr] and worked out i paid £20.50 :icon_eek: a hundred . This got me thinking as to what other members were paying for their .17 hmr ammo and where they were buying it from . Just like to say in the year or so i have had my cz varmint .17hmr i have had some awesome fun with it and found it to be a very reliable and accurate gun and ideal for long range rabbit and crow shooting :good::good::good:

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Guest gman

nutshot,We pay $20.00 us dollars per 100 rounds.i have shot woodchucks out to 300 yds with my 17hmr.Now that i have aquired a patterdale I'll save the varmints for the dog retiring the gun.

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Thats dear mate, remmy should be around 18 quid a 100, and hornady , around £16. When it first came out, it was £26 a 100! :blink:

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I bought 100 remmy yesterday for 17 quid. He sells them all the same price hornady rem or federal all 17 quid. country persuits rickmansworth. i hardly ever use this shop as i dont consider it particularly cheap.

 

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It just goes to show the difference in prices from one shop to another ,trust me to live in suffolk where every thing to do with shooting is bl**dy dear :angry:

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It just goes to show the difference in prices from one shop to another ,trust me to live in suffolk where every thing to do with shooting is bl**dy dear :angry:

 

ha ha well just be gtatefull you don't live in scotland! had a look on this website here http://rmacleod.co.uk/ammunition/.17.html to have a look at ammo prices 'cause i'm looking to get an anschutz in .17 hmr and they're selling Hornady £15.50 for a box of 50! :blink: waaa that's scary money, I'm in the southeast, faaaar away from scarily priced ammo ;) i'll just have to go bargain hunting!

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Guys

 

......this goes back to another era...£20.50 ain't a bad price at all today!!! :thumbs:

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just been to my local gunshop to top up my ammo supplies of .17 hmr ammo [remington premier ballistic tips ,17gr] and worked out i paid £20.50 :icon_eek: a hundred . This got me thinking as to what other members were paying for their .17 hmr ammo and where they were buying it from . Just like to say in the year or so i have had my cz varmint .17hmr i have had some awesome fun with it and found it to be a very reliable and accurate gun and ideal for long range rabbit and crow shooting :good::good::good:

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Any updates for prices on .17 hmr ammo

how much are you paying and which area please,you dont have to name the shop as it may cause offence. :thumbs:

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Flippen ek, why did you dig this up? 3+++++ years old???? Perhaps a new thread would have been in order! :thumbs:

 

HMR is not cheap, dealers often run deals on various brands, and Hornady 17g Blue tips have been a good price for a while now, if you can still find them, suggestions of £150-£160 per 1000, never bought any quite that cheap but done deals at £170 and £180 per 1000.

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Paying £115 for blue tips,£120 for red tips & £125 for Remmington per 500 in the Tyne & Wear area

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Remmington HMR Accu tip £21 per 100

Winchester Ballistic Tip £23 per 100

Winchester Hollow Point £18 per 100

Hornady Ballistic Tip £21 per 100

 

Thats at Thame

 

Or my local RFD its closer to £26 per 100 in Reading

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