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Old 08-14-2010, 08:53 PM   #1
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Here are a couple of interesting websites.

Government Surplus Auctions at Government Liquidation This is sort of like eBay for government surplus items. Need a pallet load of bayonets?

A buddy of a co-worker recently purchased a US Army duece and a half and trailer from this site. The truck cost him $2,500, plus $1,000 to have it shipped. He paid $400 for the trailer and went to pick it up himself with his Suburban at Fort Sill Oklahoma. The truck and trailer are in almost perfect condition.

Don't ask what the hell he is going to do with it, but wouldn't you like to have a rig like this?

Uncle Sam's Retail Outlet I linked to this from the other site. I picked up some once fired 7.62 brass, a miltary pistol web belt and pistol holster for not too much money,

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Thanks TX, thats all I need, more stuff that Mrs. canebrake can complain about!

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Awesome! I bookmarked the site.

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Here are a couple of interesting websites.

Government Surplus Auctions at Government Liquidation This is sort of like eBay for government surplus items. Need a pallet load of bayonets?

A buddy of a co-worker recently purchased a US Army duece and a half and trailer from this site. The truck cost him $2,500, plus $1,000 to have it shipped. He paid $400 for the trailer and went to pick it up himself with his Suburban at Fort Sill Oklahoma. The truck and trailer are in almost perfect condition.

Don't ask what the hell he is going to do with it, but wouldn't you like to have a rig like this?

Uncle Sam's Retail Outlet I linked to this from the other site. I picked up some once fired 7.62 brass, a miltary pistol web belt and pistol holster for not too much money,
Makes a nice BOB...
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Thank you kind sir...
My wife is going to hate me on after looking at uncle sam's retail site.
I just got a really pretty night vision scope from those people.

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I needs me one of those. This is good for me, bad for RSG.

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My mother hates y'all now too my dad has been drooling over those deuce and a halfs for a while now and at this has just fanned the flames.

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Anyone need 3/4 ton of 50cal brass?
0001 - Uncategorized at Government Liquidation

We need to go in on one of them and then we all split it up process it and sell it to make a nice tidy profit.

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0001 - Uncategorized at Government Liquidation

4, 760 lbs(approx) 5. 56mm fired brass in 8 plastic drums at 22lb each and two oak pallets weighing 50# each. That is equal to almost 4500 lbs of 556 brass. At 92gr for each case that is aprox 342,000 brass cases.
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0001 - Uncategorized at Government Liquidation

Maybe we could get this lot, import some labor from south of the border and make our own FTF ammo for the 2011 Meet and greet?
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