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Anybody selling any of their supply?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by ozarkhillbilly, Jan 20, 2013.

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  1. breakingcontact

    breakingcontact Member

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    Part of the reason a person could consider NOT selling their black rifles is because there are a large group of people who don't want you to have them. Makes me wonder their motivations...
     
  2. TheDaywalkersDad

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    I would help out a friend or two on ammo or mags if I knew that they didn't help put our problems in office.
    I can shoot twice per month and still be ok until springtime. Hopefully supply will catch up with demand by then.
     
  3. jmace57

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    I am in the process of selling off 3 pistols in 9mm Makarov and 2 pistols in 7.62 Tokarev plus ammo. Sort of a caliber consolidation. I had been planning on doing so before these crazy times, and had been dawdling. But I decided to go ahead and do it as times seem good for it.

    I have sold two already...but to friends...and ended up selling them to them at my original buying prices, cause I can't bear gouging them.
     
  4. speedway

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    I parted with a bunch of tokarev ammo. I could not believe what that stuff is worth now.
     
  5. PCCUSNRET

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    Sold both of my AR's for what I paid for them. I bought them right after Obama won, but found I preferred shooting my bolt action rifles more so there was no need to hang on to them. I am also thinning out my brass stash as I couldn't possibly live long enough to reload what I had squirreled away. I have restocked my reloading supplies and picked up a Savage 17 HMR.
     
  6. nathan

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    I got plenty to hold on. I m looking to get more.
     
  7. Gordon_Freeman

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    I'm thinking about selling a few hundred rounds of .223. I've never used gunbroker before. Should I ask for a money order for payment? Or should I hang out outside of a gun show and get try to sell for cash?
     
  8. Ignition Override

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    Oh Yes!:)

    It's an attractive Yugo Mauser 48A, but the deal must be FTF, west TN: $275 firm with driver's license + cash.
    Might take it to the Nashville show, Feb 9th.

    The 2,000 rds. of 8mm Mauser ammo are Not for sale. Neither are the many more rds. of .303, 7.62x39 or .308/Nato 7.62.
    Ammo can be more like a currency than most guns or the once-mighty US dollar.
     
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