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Discussion in 'Ammunition Classifieds' started by badclam, Feb 17, 2013.
.75 cents a round is $22.50 for all 3000.
Are you sure about this?
Whoa Modly...Better check your math again. Almost a buck a round. Gotta be some where close to $2350.00 (I Think).
There is a decimal. .75 of a cent is $22.50 at 3000 rounds. You do not use a decimal if you are referring to full cents. You only use a decimal if you use a dollar sign.
Decimal dude. I guess you have to lay out a path that a moron could follow because common sense is in short supply in some of the homes that tune in here.
You can buy 1 round or all 3000 rounds. The price is the same.
Three quarters per round..... that's 75 cents a round, that's $.75 a round, that's seven dimes and a nickle for each round.
Anybody else doesn't get it please PM me.
I was simply correcting you for your mistake. I didn't bother to suggest that your price is 3x too high if the decimal was not intended.
You can thank me later.
Actually, it doesn't look like a decimal to me at all. Looks like BadClam just placed a period after each part of the title sentence.
Otherwise, if it were a decimal instead of a period, wouldn't it be closer to the 75, instead of directly after the 39?
"WTS Chinese 7.62x39. 75 cents a round in boxes."
Exactly right. It's a period not a decimal point.......... The real point here is having the common sense to figure out the obvious.
$.50 a round for whats left. I have a full wood case of 1260 rounds available too.
Modly was correct. I am a retired engineer and some people don't know math. I know they don't want to blame themselves. They never do. Regardless, I still knew what was going on. That said, say what you mean. .75 cents per round is really cheap. Truth in advertising is cheaper. Oops, I see the moderator coming now, the one that doesn't like me.
However, I am good for .75 cents per round if that is a good price. I'll even double that. What were we talking about?
Ever make it over to the I-5 corridor? Interested in your crate. I travel up to Seattle often.
As a retired engineer you should have understood the importance of decimal placement, or not. Nowhere did I state it was .75 cents. Periods and decimal points may look the same, but a room temperature IQ should be able to tell the difference by placement and context. It is now 50 cents a round. 2 quarters per round. 5 dimes a round. Any more of you intellects don't get it, STOP CRAPPING ON MY THREAD AND SEND ME A PM SO I CAN SPLAIN IT TO YOU!!!
Still full cases left at 50 cents a round. This is non corrosive.
This is some of the best AK ammo out there.
I have a small quantity as well.....only 33 rounds. It's advertised online for $1.50 per cartridge. Mine has a head stamp of 13 88.
Yes, good AK ammo. I will sell for $1/cartridge. Near Forest Grove, OR.