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Question re: Ammoman.com shipping time

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by GunnySkox, Dec 27, 2005.

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  1. GunnySkox

    GunnySkox Member

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    Quick question(s) about the Ammoman:

    A ) About how long do his packages usually take after an order is placed? I ask because I'm going to a gun show in Winston-Salem on the 7-8 of January, and I'll be back in Blacksburg on the 14 of January, so there's an exactly one week window for that ammo to get here, or else I have to have it shipped to my room (which is no problem, just an important consideration)

    B ) Is the Czech surplus 7.62x54R he sells corrosive at all? Same question for the Yugo surplus 8x57mm he sells.

    C ) Which is prettier, an M48 Mauser or an M1944 M-N? :D

    ~GnSx
     
  2. TexasRifleman

    TexasRifleman Moderator Emeritus

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    The LONGEST I've ever waited for an ammoman shipment of in stock merchandise was 3 days. Usual turn around is 2.

    Super speedy if he has it in stock.
     
  3. sctman800

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    As far as I know the only milsurp ammo that is not corrosive is 7.5x55 Swiss. Jim.
     
  4. hso

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    I've never waited more than 3 days.
     
  5. RaggedClaws

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    I ordered from him once a while back, and if I remember correctly, it didn't take that long, but I don't remember exact times. Have you called him directly to ask how it would take?

    That 50's Yugo 8mm surplus is not that bad, but it is certainly corrosive. Good stuff regardless.

    An M48 is definitely prettier than an M44, but I'm partial to Mausers and detachable bayonets :)
     
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