Need .22 ammo? (classified newspaper ad)

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Sir, step away from the toolbox!
Haven't read the Oklahoma City paper in a while; it's now owned by USA Today.
Saw in the Sunday classifieds an ad for Remington Thunderbolt .22 LR ammo, bricks of 500 rounds.
Available for the low low price of $110 each, firm.
Has a (405) number to call after 7 p.m.
I'm just wondering - Would you really sell enough at that price to pay for running the classified ad?

[I have no business interest in the ammo or the newspaper.]
 

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Haven't read the Oklahoma City paper in a while; it's now owned by USA Today.
Saw in the Sunday classifieds an ad for Remington Thunderbolt .22 LR ammo, bricks of 500 rounds.
Available for the low low price of $110 each, firm.
Has a (405) number to call after 7 p.m.
I'm just wondering - Would you really sell enough at that price to pay for running the classified ad?

[I have no business interest in the ammo or the newspaper.]
I don't know about the OKC news, but we have a guy that sets up a roadside stand around Ponca and advertises .223 for $1 a round.
I see people at his stand on occasion.
 

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I saw that ad in the Oklahoman a few days ago.I have 3 of the 500 round boxes of remington thunderbolt that i paid 25 dollars per box for in 2019.I have pretty much quit shooting 9mm so this will last me until the fall.
 

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Haven't read the Oklahoma City paper in a while; it's now owned by USA Today.
Saw in the Sunday classifieds an ad for Remington Thunderbolt .22 LR ammo, bricks of 500 rounds.
Available for the low low price of $110 each, firm.
Has a (405) number to call after 7 p.m.
I'm just wondering - Would you really sell enough at that price to pay for running the classified ad?

[I have no business interest in the ammo or the newspaper.]

LOL! I don't think I'll help him pay for the ad and make a profit by buying his steenking Thunderbolts, even for the "low low price of $110" per 500 rounds. I don't like and I don't need no steenking Thunderbolts anyhoo. That low low price borders on the really ridiculous.
 
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