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Speer’s Gold Dot line of ammunition is lauded far and wide as one of the best – if not the best – solutions for self-defense with a handgun out there. This ammo is specifically created for cops, but we believe you deserve to go home safe every day just as much.

The Gold Dot is the first bonded core pistol bullet ever to hit the market. This 9mm +P round’s 124 grain bullet is created according to the Uni-Cor process, which fuses its jacket to its alloyed lead core one molecule at a time. The bullet isn’t just balanced because of this, but also extremely resilient. It retains essentially all of its weight after penetrating denim and other thick fabric, walls, even a sheet of steel. This keeps the Gold Dot intact for deeper penetration and so it can expand correctly within soft tissue.

This JHP’s nose cavity is precision engineered. Following its two-stage formation, it’s essentially preprogrammed to expand at a very certain rate and to a very specific width. In bare ballistic gel the Gold Dot consistently expands to 1.7 times its original .355” diameter. Your attacker will find terminal performance like that disagreeable.

Speer’s nickel plated brass case reduces friction to help a semi-auto cycle more efficiently, and even resists corrosion while it sits in a magazine for an extended period of time.

This is +P ammunition. That means it is loaded to create more pressure in the chamber when it is fired, giving it a higher muzzle velocity and resultant energy on impact. Please make certain your handgun is designed to handle that boosted chamber pressure before firing this ammo in it. Glock’s 9mm pistols can handle +P ammo, as can S&W’s Shield pistols.

Manufacturer Speer
Condition New
Bullet Weight 124 Grain
Bullet Type Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP)
Ammo Casing Nickel-Plated Brass
Quantity 50
Ammo Caliber 9mm Luger (9x19)
Pressure +P
Manufacturer SKU 53617SS
Primer Type Boxer
Muzzle Velocity (fps) 1220
Muzzle Energy (ft lbs) 410
Attracts Magnet No

MPN#: 53617SS

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Jeezus

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Try to find ammo cheaper ya broke ass crybabbies.

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My local hardware store has it for 34.99, this exact ammo, in stock.
High price, sure, but better than this 65 bones shit.
In fact, same hardware store has a fully stocked gun area with zero increase on pricing due to covid. They were never the best price, but they have not raised prices at all.
Will I tell you what hardware store and where it is ? not on your feckin life.

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Dude $ 65 a box ??

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I just came for the comments xDDDDD

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So Trump believes this is just fair market private capitalism, but Dems believe you do not need that much ammo. Is it gouging or just market conditions? Who wins in November may reflect greatly if you are overpaying or got in low to sell to high. Just a though.

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Other places are selling 20 round packs for $28.99 so in a sense $65.00 is better deal. That is too high but these are crazy times. Try finding a Clorox wipes tub look at that markup.These maybe new norm.

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Guess you're not aware that Lucky Gunner also charges $19 to ship one box of ammo. $65 +$19 = $84 plus tax.
Yeah, that's a smokin deal for sure.

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Does this come with a swift kick in the nuts? I'm all for supply and demand but this is some fuckery!

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I will only buy if you charge me $80! These comments have me rolling LMAO!!!

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Does this include a free reach around?

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With a voucher for 2 more!

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Lol!! Crazy but true.

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gun.deals...please stop promoting these predatory, sleazebag dealers. I realize you get a referral fee for every click to their site but is that really worth crawling in bed with Lucky Gunner? Show some common decency.

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These clowns jacked their prices up before the first COVID press conference was over.

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https://wn.nr/qcAHwf
Steeper than dirt, ammoland, and now these guys. Even got tards that's trying to resell primers at 8000%.

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Good thing I stocked up before the “noob surge”. Price gouge much? Lucky Gunner just fell of my list of consideration when next I need some ammo.

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look, the price matches buyer’s IQ number!

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Great ammo, bad prices

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Food for thought: Luckygunner may not be catering to just experienced/long time gun owners who among them have hoarders who buy more than they need ("need" being subjective). They MAY be catering to new shooters who don't have a large ("large" being subjective" cache already, OR are out/low (again subjective) on specific rounds. You can find worse prices that are truly price gouging out there.

I was upset at luckygunner's prices are first but then I looked around online for ammo and saw how hard it is even as an experienced owner knowing what to look for. I can imagine this is more difficult for new owners. So maybe luckygunners is a valuable source for new owners who just need some ammo for now and when the market is more favorable to buy more they will.

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Food for thought: New gun owners are going to be running around with FMJ, because nobody in their right mind would pay 90.00/shipped for SD ammo.

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thats a whole other topic tho, we're not responsible for anyone's research, intelligence or decisions. Quality HPs have always been more expensive than FMJ so people who are too cheap to pay for quality HP probably decided on FMJs before the current inflated prices. If there is an urgent need for HP, at least the offer is there as oppose to hoarders buying all the ammunition so those who do need them dont even have an option.

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Let's charge new car owners $10,000 over MSRP to so there isn't a car shortage

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You're arguably exaggerating your hypotheticals to an extreme there. But if you want to compare buying ammunition to cars, are you suggesting we should require buyers to have a license, and insurance to purchase ammunition? Are you suggesting we register our ammunition every year?

But back to your original statement, The deal is there if you DON'T want/need it, but the deal is there if you DO want/need it. Of course there are better deals out there, just like there are worse deals. Bad deals, no one wants. Not bad deals, some will want. Good deals, hoarders will buy all of them so they don't exist for very long.

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Unpopular opinion and bash if you must but if some clown wanted to give me $2 a round for a couple thousand rounds, which isn't going to be unheard of by November, for this very round that I paid 62 cents for, you bet I'd think about that deal. Fact is, the people on this board were never customers at this place and never will be. I've stopped thinking about the gouging so much and, instead, choose to think of posts like this as more of a barometer for the market. A, this is what the underprepared are facing and are willing to pay. Good news is that guns themselves are starting to side step a bit. Coming down some as ammo dries up. Hopefully some decent rebates and prices this winter.

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I have no interest in 9MM ammo at this price but this still doesn't qualify as price gouging. It's capitalism. The market will work this out. If nobody will buy this at $65 per box then they'll have to unload it at a lower price. The old supply/demand equation.

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na, its straight gouging...

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Offer them $60 so you can start the ball rolling

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gouging.. [gou-jing]
1. the act of charging exorbitant prices for goods or services which often exploits a national crisis, natural disaster or social unrest.

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$65 is not exorbitant.
check out alamoammo.com They are charging $80 for a 25rd box of Hornady 9mm Critical Defense

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How many boxes did you buy from them?

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Just because you can find it higher elsewhere doesn't mean $65 is not exorbitant. This is straight up gouging by a shit company.

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What ? Not sold out yet ?

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Holy hell Im glad Ive never bought from these jokers. Thats just ASSHOLE pricing right there!

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Holly mother of god, $1.30 a round? Is this a typo?

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The only way to get back at people like this is NEVER buy from them again. Even when price get back to normal (if they ever do). Then you'll see how fast they chang their toon. Then they can stick their 65 dollar box of 9mm right up their ass

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still people are buying this crap, hilarious.

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Remember this when things level out. Lucky gunner is in the no buy box for me along with cheaper than dirt

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Yep. Their main customer base - gun nuts with too much money - won’t buy this. We have ammo. We’re the ones who will still be customers when things calm down. But, We will remember forever though. Forever. Don’t care how CB rap their shit is after the panic passes. Won’t give them a dime again.

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Including a jar of Vaseline as a courtesy at this price?

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Lol

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Went full tard on this price

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Hihi

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Wonder if they're giving a reach around with that bending over of the customer....

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Omg

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Absolutely obscene and egregious price gouging and profiteering. Lucky Gunner is selling this ammo at a 200% markup over the law enforcement full retail price. Shameful business ethics.

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Hurumph good sir

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Here here

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