Back in the day when ammo was only $60 a round.

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  1. Whidbey Mike

    Whidbey Mike Member

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    Ahhh, the good old dayz!

     
  2. 22250Rem

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    Very neat. But I bet he can't get a set of reloading dies for it.
     
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  3. whughett

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    I shudder to think of the red tape and fees associated with that……….:(
     
  4. plainsdrifter

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    OMG !!!
     
  5. Crosshair

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    It transfers on a Form 4.
     
  6. hso

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    And you reload it with inert rounds to avoid the $200/per. Chalk and flour are common.
     
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  7. CDMCKY

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    Here's a site where there are excellent (these days) prices
    on ammo. I live in the area, so it's also convenient (for me),
    but even with shipping the prices are pretty good.

    https://trueshotgunclub.com/
     
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