Online ammunition retailers that will ship to New Jersey

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Starting this thread in the hopes that it becomes a sticky as the "where can I buy ammo" question seems to come up frequently.

I'm not claiming this list exhaustive, nor am I specifically recommending any of the below retailers. If you know of others, please reply and I'll incorporate them in the list!

List last updated 02/02/2015
Online ammunition retailers that will ship to NJ:
Ammo Bank - http://ammobank.com
Ammunition To Go - http://www.ammunitiontogo.com/
Bulkammo.com - http://www.bulkammo.com/
Cheaper Than Dirt - http://www.cheaperthandirt.com/
Cope's Distributing - http://www.copesdistributing.com/
Freedom Munitions - http://www.freedommunitions.com
Gander Mountain = http://www.gandermountain.com/ - Will not ship handgun ammo to NJ, only rifle/shotgun
Georgia Arms - http://georgia-arms.com/
Glen's Army Navy Store - http://www.glensoutdoors.com
The Guns and Gear Store - http://www.thegunsan...e.com/index.php
LAX Ammunition - http://www.laxammo.com/
MidwayUSA - http://www.midwayusa.com/ - NOTE - As of April, 2012 Midway appears to be inconsistent about shipping handgun ammo to NJ. Some buyers report being able to order handgun ammo after providing a copy of FID card, others report that even with FID supplied Midway will still not ship handgun ammo to NJ addresses.
Modern Munitions - http://www.modernmunitions.com - NOTE - As of 01/31/2014 Modern Munitions does not support online ordering.  Call or email the contacts on the web site to order.


Call Mark (owner) he will ship it.
Natchez Shooter's Supply - http://www.natchezss.com
Palmetto State Armory - http://palmettostatearmory.com
Quality Made Cartridges - http://shop.qualitymadecartridges.com/ (remanufactured ammo only)
Surplus Ammo - https://surplusammo.com/
Target Sports USA - http://TargetSportsUSA.com
Trop Elite Equipment - http://shop.tropgun.com
United Nations Ammo - http://unammo.com/
Weaponsworld.com - http://www.weaponsworld.com/
Edited by DirtyDigz
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Can LuckyGunner.com ship to my location?

Please do your own independent research to check your local laws for restrictions before ordering ammunition products. Currently, due to state regulations, LuckyGunner.com is not able to ship to AK, HI, MA, NYC, or Chicago. Additionally, if your order is being shipped to IL or NJ we need documentation before we can ship your order-please email us at sales@luckygunner.com.

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You may want to keep this on the down low. I can see some anti joining and then sending something to these companies about their shipping policies etc....


just a thought.


Agreed, and another member pointed out another aspect that I wasn't aware of. So will change the list to be just those that will ship into NJ.

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Back before I started reloading, everyone I ordered in bulk from required ID to be faxed to them. Most were because that was state law there, but a number were just because I was in NJ and we have ammo sale laws. Natchez got a lot of my business simply because the first time I ordered something form them and asked where to fax my ID, they said something along the lines of "We don't operate in NJ, we don't need ID in this state, and their law only regulates the seller, so they can come here and try and enforce it."


The first and last time I ran into a vendor that was better informed about the details of NJ statues than I was. I also appreciated the attitude.


Ahh, for the days when a box of brass cased, copper jacketed 124gr 9mm was $3.99 a box of 50.


To add to the list, jgsales.com was pretty good the last time I did business with them. They occasionally have some nice deals, but more importantly although not always the cheapest, they pretty consistently sell based on what their inventory cost them, not what the market is anticipating. I always check them out when ammo prices are running up.

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...Can you also note which ones will ship to NJ without providing FID info?...


No. Receiving handgun ammunition in New Jersey without having an FID card or a handgun purchase permit is a crime. I do not want to provide information which facilitates that crime.


NJ 2C:58-3.3 b :


No person shall sell, give, transfer, assign or otherwise dispose of, or receive, purchase, or otherwise acquire handgun ammunition unless the purchaser, assignee, donee, receiver or holder is licensed as a manufacturer, wholesaler, or dealer under this chapter or is the holder of and possesses a valid firearms purchaser identification card, a valid copy of a permit to purchase a handgun, or a valid permit to carry a handgun and first exhibits such card or permit to the seller, donor, transferor or assignor.
My emphasis added.

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