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Cheap 7.62x39!

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by musick, Aug 2, 2009.

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  1. musick

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    Still waiting for a response to my shipping into the States question, but if you are in Canada, 1120 rds of S&B military surplus is under $200 (~$182 USD)!
     
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    Good to hear. The last "military" 7.62x39 S&B ammunition I purchased was considered corrosive. Is this the same fodder or perhaps something newer?
     
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    Darn. Found this info on their order page:

    American Clients: ammunition is prohibitively expensive to ship from Canada to the United States except in large volume (one million rounds or more). We are happy to assist large volume purchasers with the paperwork necessary to import ammunition.

    Please contact your local branch of the A.T.F. (U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms) for further information regarding paperwork and importation requirements.


    Group buy anyone? :D
     
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    We feature high quality Czechoslovakian ball ammunition originally manufactured for that country's military by world-renowned Sellier & Bellot. Czech military ammunition features copper washed steel jacketed projectiles, milspec berdan primed lacquered steel cases, and is packed in wooden transit crates. Czechoslovakian 7.62x25mm (aka. '7.62x25TT') comes on 8 rnd. steel stripper clips and 7.62x39mm comes on 10 rnd. steel stripper clips.

    Since Czechoslovakia hasnt been a country for over 15 years, I think it is safe to assume it is likely corrosive.
     
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    How much do they charge for shipping on a million rounds to Kentucky? :rolleyes:
     
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    Good for me as I live in Canada, but trust me this alone does not offset the Winter I soon expect.

    Although the CZ 858 I also expect very soon just might.:)
     
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    :D

    It might be time for me to start a new business.
     
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    Cool. Im glad the post was useful for at least 1 person.
     
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