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7.62x39 Ammo...SOLD

Discussion in 'Ammunition Classifieds' started by edorfox, Apr 15, 2010.

  1. edorfox

    edorfox Bremerton Member

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    FTF within 50 miles of Bremerton in a well lit, busy location, I would like to sell for $275, 800rds (40 boxes/20rds) of brass cased, reloadable, MFS 2000, 124gr FMJ, lead core-non-magnetic, 7.62x39 ammo in a 50 cal. can or even trade for a 1260rd SEALED case/crate of 80's vintage Yugoslavian M67, corrosive ammo for my "stash". It must be still sealed!

    The MFS 2000 ammo is new manufacture, brass cased, boxer primed, and reloadable. It has good reviews, users reviews, and sells at Cabela's, I will sell it for $275, less than I bought it for at Cabela's, (less than .35 cents a round) if I can't find a trade.

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    Ed (Bremerton)

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  2. Silver Fox

    Silver Fox Puyallup, WA Well-Known Member

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    Not trying to sound like jerk, but why would someone want to do this? What makes this MFS 2000 ammo so great?

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  3. edorfox

    edorfox Bremerton Member

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    Nothing... It's reloadable and non-corrosive. It costs $6.99/box (20 rounds) currently on sale at Cabela's online only... Cabela's, it costs $10.99 on the shelf at Cabela's-Lacy. So...let's see that equals $303.50 or so after tax and about another $18 for shipping, $10 for an ammo can = $331.50 if you order it online. Or you could go to Cabela's and buy it in person for about $477.50.

    What's hard to understand? Not trying to sound like a jerk either. :)

    If no one is interested, I should get no replies.

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