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surplus 8mm mauser ammo *might* be avaible

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by gun_lover_87, Nov 11, 2006.

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  1. gun_lover_87

    gun_lover_87 Member

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    impactguns.com accepted my order for Yugoslavian 8MM 198 G FMJ 900 Rds/Case 1970's. this item is currently on backorder but i think thier still accepting orders. the price for it is $84.99. here is the url of the item
    http://www.impactguns.com/store/AM1238.html
     
  2. redranger1

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    is 8mm surplus drying up now too???
     
  3. gezzer

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    Sounds more like a panic post
     
  4. candr44

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    Buying things that are not available to sell sounds like it will lead to a new topic post about my bad experience with Impact Guns.
     
  5. Exposure

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    Impactguns also has $3800.00 MAC 10's and $8000.00 UZI's.

    There is still plenty of 8MM to go around, don't panic. Do a little snooping around and you won't have to wait for any backordered 8MM.
     
  6. kfranz

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    At 5 cents a round I'm doing my best to dry it up, but I'm only one man....:)
     
  7. jagdpanzer347

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    Gunlover, thanks for the update. Hopefully Impact comes through. That 70's Yugo is some good stuff.

    -jagd
     
  8. EvisceratorSrB

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    I'll continue to do buisiness with Century. .06 cents a round including shipping. Cheaper than impact, it seems. I really hope that the 8mm doesn't dry up. I only have a few more months here in CA, then I can move on to AR's. Please God... get me out of here.
     
  9. Cosmoline

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    8x57js surplus is indeed going to dry up, whether it has or not. Not many nations continued to use it after the destruction of Germany and her allies.
     
  10. Ohen Cepel

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    Like all the surplus stuff it will dry up sooner or later. However, since there aren't many semi's made for it I hope it lasts longer than some of the others. Also, it's not a "plinker" cartridge for me, bit more recoil than I want to experience a 100 or more times in a day.

    I'll be sure to set more back once I get this next move under my belt. Better to pay a few cents a round more than have to move it.
     
  11. yodar

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    Century 8 mm

    900 rounds $50.00 iirc

    I believe it's a special, however century has a $75.0 minimum

    yodar
     
  12. Mannlicher

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    if you think finding mil surp ammo for foreign rifles is hard now, just wait until the new Government slaps a total ban on the importation of C&R military rifles and ammo.
     
  13. yodar

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    cheap 8mm AMMO

    There must be aLOT of ammo oput there for the various importers to offer it so cheap at less than 10 cents a round


    I reload almost all my guns especially 8mm to make it FUN to shoot, not painful

    Yodar
     
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