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Discussion in 'Firearm Accessories For Sale' started by Sniffler, Aug 9, 2019.

  1. Sniffler

    Sniffler .270 WIN

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    Lots of this ammo was bought to safely feed an M1A I no longer have but shoots well in bolt guns and AR-10s as well.

    I have;

    400 rounds of American Eagle 7.62x51 168gr OTM. 340 rounds in steel ammo can and 60 rounds in 20 rd boxes. $330.00 for the lot.

    5-20rd boxes of Federal 7.62x51 149gr FMJ XM80c. $15.00 each or $50 for the lot.


    Moving to .308 ammo;

    1 box 50 rounds American Gunner .308 155gr BTHP. $45,00
    3 boxes Hornady .308 168gr Match A-Max. $20 each or $45.00 for the lot.
    1 box Hornady .308 168gr Match BTHP. $15.00
    1 box Blackhills .308 168gr Moly-Coated BTHP. $20.00
    1 box Federal .308 155gr Sierra Matchking BTHP. $15.00
    1 box Winchester .308 150gr PowerPoint. $15.00
    1 box Remington .308 150gr CoreLokt. $10.00


    I'll listen to reasonable offers. All I can say is no. I will ship on your dime.

    Thanks :cheers:
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  2. CaddmannQ

    CaddmannQ 12g Supporter

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    Sniffler where do we have to ship it from?
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  3. Sniffler

    Sniffler .270 WIN

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    Oops. :crazy:

    Western North Carolina

    Zip code 28716
  4. CaddmannQ

    CaddmannQ 12g Supporter

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    Illegal for me to buy ammo across state lines unless you are an FFL and you send it to one here, and we pay the fees. :idk:

    If you lived in California it would be OK..

    But then you wouldn't sell it. ;)
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  5. Bobster

    Bobster .30-06 Supporter

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    I have a question: How much "extra" is ammo costing in Kommiefornica now? I'll use something commonplace as a benchmark. I can go into Walmart and buy a 20rd box of steel-case .223 (Wolf or Tula) for about $6 including sales tax. I DO have to buy it at the gun/ammo counter which doesn't always have a salesman handy. How much would that cost you in California?
  6. CaddmannQ

    CaddmannQ 12g Supporter

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    You must buy from a licensed Ammo seller.
    There are several in town and many more in the next town.

    You must have a background check on the state DOJ network (to see if you've been red-flagged) each time you go to buy.

    And it costs $1 for that check, regardless of quantity of rounds bought.

    It takes about 5 min or less IME.

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