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A ball is a round object (usually spherical, but can sometimes be ovoid) with various uses. It is used in ball games, where the play of the game follows the state of the ball as it is hit, kicked or thrown by players. Balls can also be used for simpler activities, such as catch or juggling. Balls made from hard-wearing materials are used in engineering applications to provide very low friction bearings, known as ball bearings. Black-powder weapons use stone and metal balls as projectiles.
Although many types of balls are today made from rubber, this form was unknown outside the Americas until after the voyages of Columbus. The Spanish were the first Europeans to see the bouncing rubber balls (although solid and not inflated) which were employed most notably in the Mesoamerican ballgame. Balls used in various sports in other parts of the world prior to Columbus were made from other materials such as animal bladders or skins, stuffed with various materials.
As balls are one of the most familiar spherical objects to humans, the word "ball" may be used to refer to or describe spherical or near-spherical objects.
"Ball" is used metaphorically sometimes to denote something spherical or spheroid, e.g., armadillos and human beings curl up into a ball, we make a ball with our fist.
Got these as a gift from family, but I have more 9mm than I know what to do with.
Selling them all $70, 100 rounds 9mm JHP Winchester Personal Protection with 30 rounds 9mm ball.
Located near Duvall or Monroe WA. Open to local meetups. Can also ship if paid for by buyer.
I have (2) 280 round cans of 1969 Lake City M2 ball ammo. Cans have been stored in a temperature and humidity controlled environment. Asking $1000 for both cans. Will not separate. Trade considerations:
.40 S&W ammo
LMT uppers (5.56/.308)
On the latest In Range TV Q&A session, Karl was asked "Would it be beneficial for modern shooters to learn how to shoot a flintlock, matchlock, cap and ball, etc. type rifle?" His answer is:
For the front-stuffing aficionados, how would you answer the inquiry?
.44 caliber black powder revolver copy of Remington new army model made in Italy in 1975 by armi/euro arms for Lyman.
Comes with almost a pound of Pyrodex powder, 84 lead ball, #10 caps, patches, powder horn, powder measure, capper and a holster.
I picked this up the other week from another...
I have 5 boxes (20 rounds each) of WW2 production 30/06. As is typical of this ammo, some of the cartridge tips are poking out of the boxes. Great stuff to shoot and reload.
$25 a box
I do come down to portland frequently and sometimes north of
seattle as well.
7.62 x 51 NATO Ball Ammunition on stripper clips in 5 pocket bandoliers
I have 150 Rounds (2 Bandoliers) available.
Stripper clips are easily removed if desired.
Bandoliers are Marked as follows:
"REMPLOY POOLE 1993 DRG No. Q.V. 112/ISS.21993"
The ammo works well in my SOCOM...
Going thru the boxes of all manner of stuff collected over the years and here is the first pass of brass and other items. Start a convo if you are interested. If you need to see pictures of anything start a convo with your phone number that I can text them to you.