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Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Item Classifieds' started by A2theK, Dec 1, 2008.
This batch all sold
I'll take a pound just for the historical aspect.
Where do I send the moola?..........and how much to mail it to Vancouver 98686?
You may want to mention haw many pounds you have.
And where the heck did you get them and better yet... what would you use them for (besides the aforementioned potato gun)??
I know I have about 15-20 pounds, but maybe more. I'll have to check.
It looks like shipping around the PNW will be the 4.80 Priority Flat Rate envelope.
You can PM me for an email to send the funds to.
Can you imagine running these things thru a modified paintball gun?? YIKES!!! :wow:
they are sold as military surplus from experimental ammo during the Vietnam War.
I guess you could load them into a shotgun shell.
They are a cool piece of military arms development history.
Yeah, I just read about that on the wiki...
Man... a few of those in a 12 gauge would leave a BIG hole.
There's your next project Andrew :thumbup:
I have already loaded some in 12ga, but the load needs more back pressure to be effective.
I would like a pound are you going to the gun show this weekend at Puyallup ?
I hadn't planned on it. I'm not a big WAC fan, but I'm a member. I was thinking to go to Centralia for the show there. I can mail them for 4.80 extra flat rate USPS Priority if you want or we can meet up if you come through Oly.
Thanks for the inquiry
I call dibs on one lb.. PM me payment details..
Right on... I knew you guys would help me unload these. I should be able to cram up to 4 or 5 lbs into the envelope if needed. Some are still in the packing strands which is a bit weird. I can take some more pics if people want. I have seen people make some intersting stuff (jewelry, trenchart, .etc) out of these. I don't know the legality, and I'm sure it's a no-no, but you could load some 37mm out of these and that would be a wicked tool.
I still have several pounds of these left.
Yes. Yes you could. And they'll tear right through eighth inch plywood.