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Cheapest .30 carbine deal around?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Kenshin, Feb 10, 2006.

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  1. Kenshin

    Kenshin Member

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    What the title says.
     
  2. Marshall

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    OK, I give, what is it?
     
  3. jeff-10

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    Well you either mean your going to buy one made buy Kahr which run $500 new or a new one made by Fulton which I believe runs around $750. Or else you are going to buy a milsurp which has can cost anything from a few hundred to over 1k.
     
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    "...What the title says...." It says diddly. Rifle, brass or ammo?
     
  5. Kenshin

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    Ammo....
     
  6. Sunray

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    Hi, Kenshin. I'm guessing you're looking at surplus ball. If you add shipping to any 'cheap' price, the cost goes way up. Significantly. That and no major military has used the Carbine in 40 years. Good quality surplus availabilty is drying up.
    Don't use it myself. Handloads only in all my firearms. Reloading makes the endless search for the best ammo price go away. You shoot better quality ammo too.
     
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    Wolf @ Sportsmansguide.
     
  8. ChiefPilot

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    Fulton want $999, acording to their web site....
     
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