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7.62x54r ammo going up

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by utbrowningman, Jan 17, 2013.

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  1. utbrowningman

    utbrowningman Member

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    Stopped by my local shop today and they have raised their price from $100/can to $115/can and from $185/crate to $200/crate. Time to pick up some more. Buying the crate will only cost me $10 more a can over what I first bought them for 5 years a go. What is cost of 7.62x54r cans in you area?
     
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    That's a lot for 7.62x54r. Locally and online it's been $70-$80/can for a while, up slightly recently due to the panic.

    A couple months ago I got a crate of Russian heavy ball for $135 before shipping.
     
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    This shop is about the only place around that sells it while other shops never do so my choice is limited. Should have picked up more when Sportsman's Guide had free shipping a few weeks ago for $170/crate.
     
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    My favorite local shot had it for 100$ per 440 rd can of light ball almost a year ago. The same cans are 125$ now. I'm about to buy 2 more cans. Still have most of the first.
     
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    I'm glad I picked it up mine when they were $44 per 440.
     
  6. USAF_Vet

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    I'm still getting at $85 /spam can.

    Might go pick one up after seeing the Archangel stock.
     
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