By Iusta Libertas LLC
AmmoDrop searches the web for the best prices on ammunition. Quickly filter and sort through thousands of listings to find a great deal. All the important data about a deal is extracted and presented in a clean, modern format. Visit the seller's website from the app when you are ready to make a purchase. You can also easily share a great deal you found with a friend or on social media! We also have the ability to provide automatic price tracking with instant notifications by subscribing to our PRO upgrade. Never miss out on a great deal! AmmoDrop supports most of the major rifle, pistol and rimfire calibers as well as shotgun gauges with new ones constantly being added. Additional retailers are also being integrated into the search results to provide as comprehensive of a search as possible. We are committed to helping customers gain transparency into the ammunition marketplace and hope you enjoy using our new app. We also support split-view on the iPad Air 2 and iPad Pro. Try it out!
This app serves the purpose of linking folks to high-priced resellers. Ammo prices found here are exponentially higher than what can be found via simple internet search.
Not sure where the prices are coming from but these are pretty high. Couldn’t find any decent prices on many calibers I’m looking for. Check Gunbroker found good prices there.
There's a bunch, but rather limited, 22 lr options.
Best thing I’ve gotten to see mass ammo prices and it’s easy and does all the hard work of finding good ammo prices. Get it
Great app. Very helpful for finding great prices for various calibers of ammo.
Nice to have the magnetic bullet filter.
I love having one spot to look for ammo, but I do dock it a star due to the subscription model. I'd rather pay acouple of bucks one time than .99 a month. I don't always watch for ammo, but I'd stock up if a deal comes along.
Update to review April 20th Bumped up to 2 stars. There is SS198 being listed now but again like the below original review unfortunately not at the lowest price available, which is Midwest Gun Works. Also the best price listed (in the original review below) is still the best price for SS197 by Palmetto and still doesn't show up. So the results are better but the lowest prices still aren't what you see, which is ultimately the whole point of the app. Original review: I have spent some time evaluating various ammunition price search engines. To see what I found repeatedly: Do a quick comparison for 5.7x28 ammo at the usual ammo price search suspects. You will find more results and more importantly lower prices per round with the other engines. Like right now the best deal is at palmetto state armory at 17.99 a box or .36c a round for FNH SS197 40gr. It isn't even listed on ammodrop and the first listing is at .38 cents a round and only by buying bulk. This isn't a momentarily glitch as the palmetto price has been there for a long time. My guess is the search engine just doesn't cover as many websites as some of the others out there but I am hoping for improvements and will rerate then. I couldn't even find a listing for SS198 like other engines.
Functional and well executed. But why is the ability to track prices and notifications a monthly subscription? What value are you adding on a money basis? This could be a premium feature, but at a onetime payment. Not $1 monthly.
Easy to use and find the ammo you want at the right price. In just seconds was able to click through and have it shipped. Feels great to know I got the best price out there. Highly recommended!