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Mosin Nagant ammo out of sight

Discussion in 'Military Surplus' started by Fly, Mar 24, 2016.

  1. Fly

    Fly Sharpshooter

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    I remember buying spam can surplus ammo for $70 a can. Less than 10 cent a shot. Now 50cents
    a shot. Before 100 shots cost $10 now 100 shots $50. Glade I shoot a lot of black powder. I make
    my own BP for around $3 a lb. I cast my own balls & bullets but do buy the caps. A lot cheaper
    and as much fun.

    Fly
     
  2. dlbleak

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    yep, we'll all be wishing we bought a few tins before to long. i have some but am thinking a few more might be a good thing! don't really like shooting the corrosive stuff but it's fun plinking ammo
     
  3. AKguy1985

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    I remember the $60 a crate days. Seems like not that too long ago.
     
  4. Toney

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    I really miss those $4 Turkish bandoliers...

    Think the last case of 762-54 I boughtwas $80.
     
  5. Catt57

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    My last crate was $120 (including shipping) not that long ago. To see it for $150+ a can is just astounding.
     

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