Dollar Ammo Club? Check out guarantees regular delivery of top rate ammunition at a reasonable price.

With all the goings on in today’s politics, I am constantly reminded of the tenuous nature of shooting as a hobby. Looming regulations combined with increasing demand for copper and brass drive many folks to hoard ammunition simply when it is available, let alone when it is cheap. Only recently has 9mm production caught up to demand. Not long ago, .223 Remington went for as much as $2000/case on Gunbroker during the height of the scare in the wake of the Sandy Hook shooting. Building up a stash of spare ammo was really the only effective way to insulate yourself from the ever fluctuating supply and demand of practice or hunting ammunition. Until now. Enter:

Everyone has heard of Dollar Shave Club. You know, sign up online and you get regular deliveries of razors at whatever quantity and interval you like, at a reasonable price. operates in a similar fashion. Simply choose the caliber, frequency, and location for delivery and they will handle the rest. In choosing the supplier of the ammunition, the folks at (the same great guys behind Next Level Training,) carefully vetted various manufacturers for quality of ammunition as well as guaranteed fulfillment and production capacity. Atlanta Arms quickly became the obvious choice. As the suppliers for the ammunition for the Army Marksmanship Unit and countless professional competitive shooters, Atlanta Arms knows precision ammunition. And they have the capability to produce it.

Currently available calibers are 9mm, 40. S&W, 45 ACP, .308 cal and .223 cal. Each caliber is available in a variety of grades from remanufactured to full match grade JHP. SendMeAmmo guarantees delivery every month for members regardless of supply and demand of the market, and will only accept as many subscription orders as they are 100% confident they can fulfill. Cancel anytime without fees. To give you an idea of current pricing, remanufactured 9mm 115gr FMJ runs $16/box of 50. Shipping is reasonable and is offset by the fact they don’t collect sales tax for most folks. I find Atlanta Arms remanufactured ammunition to be significantly more accurate and clean shooting than most budget target ammunition.

if you are looking for a better way to keep a steady supply of ammo coming in, check out, and tell them you saw it here on MSW.

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About Tim Lau

Tim Lau has over a decade of experience as an end user, armorer and instructor. He has worked for several well known firearms training organizations, and holds multiple firearms instructor certifications. He owns and operates 10-8 Consulting, LLC, which provides industry consulting services as well as marksmanship and specialized firearms training to qualified civilian, law enforcement and military personnel.

13 thoughts on “Dollar Ammo Club? Check out

  1. Fyi it looks like the 16$ 9mm is for a box of 50 not 200 rounds. Just a heads up

  2. Nice idea. Too bad my home state now prohibits direct delivery via shipping to individuals!
    My steadfast answer to ammo supply issues since the first time I experienced this in the 1990’s ( I guess I am getting old) is always the same. An avid shooter who is not sitting on a pile of cash should be reloading. I can reload a box of typical pistol ammo ( 9,38,45 ) for under $6 a box. Yes component shortages have been a problem lately too, and similar advice applies- find primers at a good price? Buy 10-20k. Same with powder 8 or more pounds at a time. In a pinch I can cast my own bullets( which would drive that price down to more like $3 a box, but it is very time consuming!)
    It actually amazes me there are people stating they shoot 20k or more a year and don’t reload

  3. Sounds like a great idea, I was getting some glitches when adding something to the cart and tried to contact them via the email address they list, This came back as unable to deliver which is very iffy when you are trying to contact someone you are trying to give money to. The contact us link gave another random email address so I am trying that one to see what comes of it.

    • Hey Jay,

      Sorry for the trouble. Please check your email, you should have a reply from me. Our host is having problems with their email server right now. I have contacted them about the issue and they are working to get it resolved. In the mean time please don’t hesitate to contact me directly. My personal email is Thanks again.


    • Hey Jay,

      I just wanted to let you know that our web host got back to us and the email problem with has been resolved. Again I’m sorry for the trouble, please let me know if I can be of any more help.

  4. $16 for a box of 50 9mm is high. Add shipping on to that and it’s crazy. I can get Sellier 9mm for $11/box. I use in most cases to find the brand and type I’m looking for.

    • Depends what kind of ammo you are looking for. It is not the cheapest, but I also don’t choose Black Hills or Hornady cause they are cheap. I find the price is reasonable for two reasons: it is quality, near match grade ammo (or actual match grade depending on which you choose) and they guarantee delivery during high demand times.

  5. Freedom Munitions quality is good and much cheaper, though the people this is marketed towards are not as likely to care about price as much as I am. I probably wouldn’t notice a difference between this and tula. This is marketed towards competitors who need the highest quality, accuracy, and consistency as possible and shoot lots of rounds regularly. For that, this looks like an awesome option. Until I get to that point (if ever) I’ll stick to paying $200 per 1,000 of 124 gr 9mm.

    • I second this, I was hoping to find a better deal than Freedom Munitions, needless to say I’m disappointed.

      • If you were looking for the cheapest ammo possible, then you will surely be disappointed. If you are looking for a steady supply of premium ammunition, then this is a good setup. Atlanta Arms is typically hard to get due to high demand. It is not “money to noise” conversion ammo, so if that’s what you want/need then stick with Freedom or other sources.

        • I respect that you feel passionate about this and I think ammo subscriptions are an awesome idea but, the price point on this still sucks, even for “premium” ammo.

          I don’t want/need “money to noise” conversion ammo. I want a cost-effective practice round for the range, Freedom Munitions provides that. It would be great if they provided ammo subscriptions….

  6. Does that cost get locked in or is it adjustable when market prices rise?

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