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    My wife goes all the time. I think she's been holding back on me. Nice find!
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    Quote Originally Posted by akviper View Post
    The 375win was in this lot of ammo I walked out with this lot for $30 bucks after I purchased the 375win for $2 bucks I asked the guy you have any more ammo he opened up a metal cabinet showed me the boxes of ammo I asked how much for all of it he said $30 bucks I did not even try to get him to take less so Grand total $32 bucks

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    Awesome score! 2 of the cheapest boxes are probably worth $30! Kudos!
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    Wow, a great score! Love seeing those old boxes of ammo. I was pretty excited to get my hands on 85 rounds of factory .338 Winchester Mag for $55, this blows my deal away...I think you'll get your investment back pretty quick!
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    My 83 year old mom goes to the garage sales with my sisters and I told her long time ago to watch for any guns and ammo for me!

    So far I snagged a Ruger 22/45 for $75.

    A 410 single barrel, $30.

    Thanks mom!
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    That is some fine vintage ammo you got there I would preserve the boxes and display them great find I would have bought it myself. Widow
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    I scored a bag of winchester new brass (50) in 375 a few days ago for 40.00
    at a Mom & Pop's pawn shop. They had some Sierra 200gr bullets too.
    I got plenty of brass and bullets for years.
    I always look at the flea markets...I've found lots of stuff over the years cheap.
    Bought a Marlin 1894 44 Magnum a few years ago for 275.00...it was rough,
    and wouldn't cycle ammo....but it's real nice now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by akviper View Post
    The 375win was in this lot of ammo I walked out with this lot for $30 bucks after I purchased the 375win for $2 bucks I asked the guy you have any more ammo he opened up a metal cabinet showed me the boxes of ammo I asked how much for all of it he said $30 bucks I did not even try to get him to take less so Grand total $32 bucks

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    Outstanding buy! Bad news is now you will need to buy firearms to shoot the ammunition you don't have guns for! Wait...maybe that isn't bad news
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    Quote Originally Posted by miljimbob View Post
    Outstanding buy! Bad news is now you will need to buy firearms to shoot the ammunition you don't have guns for! Wait...maybe that isn't bad news
    As luck would have it I do have firearms in all the calibers Some of the ammo I would be better off keeping it or sell or trade Not sure what I am going to do with it I really would like to shoot it but that may not be a wise decision I have seen some crazy asking prices on that super vel ammo
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    What a deal you found! Now I will have to get back into yard sale scouting, again!


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