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Buying the Mauser 98k

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Soloman, Jul 17, 2009.

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  1. Soloman

    Soloman Member

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    Hey guys, I'm going to buy this gun I come here today asking about the ammo, where should I get it and how much should I pay. I'm looking for the cheapest deal here. Thanks.

    (ammo 7.92x57mm IS)
     
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    ammunitiontogo.com No ID required=no hassle. they are selling 340 rounds of romanian 8mm on stripper clips for $90 plus shipping.
     
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    Normally surplus goes for cheap. Its old, and you gotta clean after, but its well worth it, unless your going hunting. I picked up 70 rounds for around $35-$40 at my local gunshop. Great gun!
     
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    If you can reload shells there are a few guides on how to trim .30-06 brass down to what a 7.92x57mm would need. That's how Mag30th does it.
     
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    cracked cases were famous on Turk 1947 but any surplus ammo can have those
     
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