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BNIB Ruger 10/22

Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by bigboy67, Apr 20, 2013.

  1. bigboy67

    bigboy67 Milwaukie Active Member

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    *SPF*

    Blued model with black synthetic stock, BNIB never fired condition, with all original box, etc

    FTF in Milwaukie area

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    To clarify... It's not for sale, only trade. No, reloads will not be accepted as if they are factory loads, and no im not giving you 75 cents a round. If asking a reasonable amount of money for my BNIB 10/22, and I expect those I trade with to be reasonable as well.

    Reckon ill take a mix of 9mm, 22lr, and 223. Here is the value I will give you for them... 22lr @ 0.05 a round, 223 @ 0.45 a round, and 9mm at 0.30 a round... Factory brass ammo please... Make it worth $220 and we will be good to go

    If anyone is interested in packaging a deal, I'm also selling a Hyskore shooting rest in the Non-Firearm Classifieds, and would consider packaging both in a trade .
     
  2. bigboy67

    bigboy67 Milwaukie Active Member

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    Guys.... If you want scaredy cat prices on your ammo, please don respond. Better yet, just apply scaredy cat prices to my 10/22 as well and we can still deal :)

    And if you want me to ship this, it's gonna be on your dime, and only after you ship the ammo to me.

    EDIT - and in not trying to be rude here but please actually take the time to read the ad. I tell you exactly what value I will give for your ammo, please do not waste my time setting up a "deal" and then asking 60 bucks a brick for your 22lr, it ain't gonna happen.
     
  3. PDXSparky

    PDXSparky Keizer / Hillsboro Well-Known Member

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    Do you have a $ value in trade in mind? $200 in assorted ammo at your stated ammo values for example?
     
  4. bigboy67

    bigboy67 Milwaukie Active Member

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    $220 value in an assortment of ammo. Preference to 223, then 22lr, then 9mm at the very bottom

    *i edited this post to reflect lower trade value of $220*
     
  5. JV100

    JV100 portland/wilsonville Active Member

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    You know 223 and 5.56 is going for around .70 cents a round if you can even find it? Often times more. Just letting ya know:)
     
  6. bigboy67

    bigboy67 Milwaukie Active Member

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    Uh no... You may be paying 70 cents a round, but 223/556 can still be had at retail prices of 0.38 - 0.50 cents a round.

    Oh, and someone very politely reminded me of the $209 price at bimart (not what I paid, but lets call that the going rate)

    So lets make the trade value $220 (209 for the rifle, 10 background, and ONE WHOLE DOLLAR of "profit" to me since I am a gouger and all)
     
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    bonehead1963 Washington County Oregon Member

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  8. bigboy67

    bigboy67 Milwaukie Active Member

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    Responded and SPF
     
  9. trainsktg

    trainsktg Portland OR Well-Known Member

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    Double post
     
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    trainsktg Portland OR Well-Known Member

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    I found 20-rd. boxes of brass 5.56 at Walmart last night...something like $8.50ish per box or $0.425/round.

    Keith
     
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    bigboy67 Milwaukie Active Member

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    Exactly. I'm sick and tired of people acting like 223 is gold...
     
  12. JV100

    JV100 portland/wilsonville Active Member

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    2 boxes, maybe?? I'm just saying $8.50 for 20 rounds is very few and far between, I'd buy all I could at that price myself as well.
     
  13. bigboy67

    bigboy67 Milwaukie Active Member

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    Picked up three 50 round boxes of good brass ammo from Walmart few weeks ago. 65 bucks, less than 44 cents a round, and it wasn't even the big bulk packs which run closer to 0.38 a round. It's there if you search and look around.

    I wasn't trying to cause a philosophical debate. I just wanted ammo at reasonable prices. Some of you seem willing to be taken advantage of, which I wouldn't mind, except that it drives up prices for everyone else too
     
  14. trainsktg

    trainsktg Portland OR Well-Known Member

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    No, there were five boxes actually. This was Saturday night...I'm not sure how many days its been since their last ammo delivery but I'm sure it was a few days before I got there.

    I didn't buy any though...I still consider that too high.

    I also found a dozen or two 50-round boxes of brass S&B 9mm FMJ at Fisherman's a few weeks ago for $15.00 a box...I passed on that too.

    Keith
     
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    bigboy67 Milwaukie Active Member

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    Boy, you guys really taught me a lesson today... Oh wait, nope, cool reasonable heads prevailed, someone got a nice new rifle, I got the ammo I needed at a reasonable trade.

    Some of you really need to learn some manners, I got some downright cranky PM's. welcome to the ignore list fellas. I dole out my fair share of deals around here, and you will never get a single thing from me... Ever

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