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The Black Hills (Lakota: Ȟe Sápa; Cheyenne: Moʼȯhta-voʼhonáaeva; Hidatsa: awaxaawi shiibisha) are a small and isolated mountain range rising from the Great Plains of North America in western South Dakota and extending into Wyoming, United States. Black Elk Peak (formerly known as Harney Peak), which rises to 7,244 feet (2,208 m), is the range's highest summit. The Black Hills encompass the Black Hills National Forest. The name "Black Hills" is a translation of the Lakota Pahá Sápa. The hills were so-called because of their dark appearance from a distance, as they were covered in trees.
Native Americans have a long history in the Black Hills. After conquering the Cheyenne in 1776, the Lakota took over the territory of the Black Hills, which became central to their culture. In 1868, the U.S. government signed the Fort Laramie Treaty of 1868, establishing the Great Sioux Reservation west of the Missouri River, and exempting the Black Hills from all white settlement forever. However, when settlers discovered gold there in 1874, as a result of George Armstrong Custer's Black Hills Expedition, miners swept into the area in a gold rush. The US government took back the Black Hills and in 1889 reassigned the Lakota, against their wishes, to five smaller reservations in western South Dakota, selling off 9 million acres of their former land. Unlike most of South Dakota, the Black Hills were settled by European Americans primarily from population centers to the west and south of the region, as miners flocked there from earlier gold boom locations in Colorado and Montana.
As the economy of the Black Hills has shifted from natural resources (mining and timber) since the late 20th century, the hospitality and tourism industries have grown to take its place. Locals tend to divide the Black Hills into two areas: "The Southern Hills" and "The Northern Hills". The Southern Hills is home to Mount Rushmore, Wind Cave National Park, Jewel Cave National Monument, Black Elk Peak (the highest point in the United States east of the Rockies, formerly known as Harney Peak), Custer State Park (the largest state park in South Dakota), the Crazy Horse Memorial (the largest sculpture in the world), and the Mammoth Site in Hot Springs, the world’s largest mammoth research facility.
Attractions in the Northern Hills include Spearfish Canyon, historic Deadwood, and the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, held each August. The first Rally was held on August 14, 1938 and the 75th Rally in 2015 saw more than 1 million bikers visit the Black Hills. Devils Tower National Monument, located in the Wyoming Black Hills, is an important nearby attraction and was the United States' first national monument.
**100 ROUNDS** Black Hills .45 ACP 230 Grain JHP---5 Boxes @ 20 Rounds per Box).
Black Hills produces factory new ammunition equal to the best hand loads and is quickly becoming one of most popular manufacturers of ammunition. Used primarily by branches of the United State military, this...
$35 - one 50rd box Black Hills .223 60gr SPT (Soft Point) brass case (Sold)
$32/each ($60 for both) - two 50rd boxes Black Hills .223 55gr FMJ (Full Metal Jacket) brass case (SPF)
$500/OBO - 1000rd case Tula .223 62gr HP (Hollow Point), steel case, boxer primed, non-corrosive (Sold)
120 rounds Red box (new manufacture). 2 boxes of 50 and a partial box with 20 remaining. Average retail price on the net is $1.10 - $1.30/round before shipping(when it's in stock).
or trade for 120 rounds (6 boxes) of this...
I have a .50 cal ammo can with 360 rounds of match grade and decent quality practice ammo.
A cash sale is preferred, or trade towards quality/match grade .223/5.56 ammo or decent/quality 9mm FMJ or HP.
OR, maybe you have something else to trade that I can't resist? Please feel free to PM offers...
7/22/2020 Closing this thread. It's to out of date and amoutn are wrong. So in keeping with teh classified rules I will start a new post with corrected info instead of deleting things here.
It's time to trim down the supplies. Got way to much of some calibers so seeing if anyone can use...
Looking to reduce the amount of Black Hills I have. Got this as part of a larger deal a while back. Ammo is brand new and been stored appropriately.
Comes in 20 rounds boxes. All of it is the same lot. Offering this at the price I paid which was $1.45 a round. Note regular price is $1.63 a...
I have 840 rounds and sold my rifle I used to shoot it with. I would like to sell it all for $1100 OBO. I will not ship mainly because it is a pain in the rear end. I am located on the king/sno county line off of I5. I would consider trades.
SOLD I've got some left over IDPA ammo I'd like to sell. Back when/where I shot we had to run the LRN for shooting steel up close. I don't need this anymore. Ammo has been stored indoors in climate controlled environment.
2 50rd boxes of Black Hills 125gr LRN. These have RP headstamps...
I'm looking to try this out for a new 9mm that I got. Besides buying online, are there any places to pick up this ammo in the PDX area? I plan on trying all 9mm grains, but feel free to let me know what you like best.