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Re: Guns, but no ammo

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03-27-2013 08:59:21

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Based on what I've seen at the last few gun shows the ammo stocks are coming back and the cost is coming back down for most of the more common calibers. Unfortunately for the .22 LR, it seems it's going to take a little longer. That said a month ot two ago .223, 5.56, 7.62X39, 9MM, etc were all gone within the first hour of a the gun shows around here opening their doors. Last weekend we went to the C&E in Concord and by the end of the first day you could hardly tell a dent had been made in the cases of ammo the largest dealer had sitting there. Personally I shoot the 7.63x39 and for a thousand rounds the price had dropped back down to $375 vs the $500 plus it has been a month of so back. Price wise I can't complain at $375 since the last time I bought a fell case was like $325 for 1100 rounds, and that was nearly 5 years ago. All I lack now is finding a nice Mosin Nagant in 7.62x54R. Even when the pricing on everything else went through the roof you could still buy those rounds relatively cheap because there is just so much old military surplus available for them.

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03-27-2013 10:46:16

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 Re: Guns, but no ammo in reply to NCWayne, 03-27-2013 08:59:21  
I picked up a mosin nagent years back when they first started importing them. It was new in the cosmolene. I should of left it wrapped up,but I just love cleaning them up and admiring them.Beautiful well made gun.excellant blueing job on them too.

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03-27-2013 11:08:55

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 Re: Guns, but no ammo in reply to Mike M, 03-27-2013 10:46:16  
I have an M38. Great little rifle - massive fireball with each shot of its 50 year old ammo.

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