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Fair market Value of Ammo

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by WALKERs210, Apr 16, 2012.

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  1. WALKERs210

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    Most likely this is in the wrong place but had to start some where. What would be a fair market value for 30-06 military bulk ammo. I have some where around 600 + / - rounds and just wanted to get an idea as to what it might bring on todays market.
     
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    If they're reloads, close to zero. A smart man will hardly shoot someone else's reloads unless they are related or something..
     
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    A lot of variables. Factory loaded, reloads, imported, corrosive, black-tip, ....?
     
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    I did go by the head stamp and it shows KA which by the chart shows Pusan Government Arsenal, Pusan, Republic of Korea. Not any more information as to powder load, bullet weight/design. Guess its time to go out to back of property and try to cut down another tree, over the last six months it took a while to cut one down with everything from .177 cal pellet to 45ACP, .270, 7.62x39 and even a couple sling shots. The first tree was about 12 inch diam the second one is closer to 18inch diam. maybe 600+ rds will cut it. Thanks all
     
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