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Old 01-16-2013, 12:00 PM   #1
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I have an opportunity to get 500 rounds of independence ammo at $7 per 20 rounds. Anyone have experience with this brand?

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No but if you or you AR don't like it you'll have no problem re selling it

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No but if you or you AR don't like it you'll have no problem re selling it
Yeah that is what I was thinking of doing. What is the problem with this ammo? Is it just dirty or what?
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Yeah that is what I was thinking of doing. What is the problem with this ammo? Is it just dirty or what?
No clue- Google it?
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I shot some Independence brand .380 FMJ a year or so ago when I was having trouble finding .380.

It went "bang" every time and left a hole in paper, so I'm good with it.

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I shot some Independence brand .380 FMJ a year or so ago when I was having trouble finding .380.

It went "bang" every time and left a hole in paper, so I'm good with it.
There ya go--buy it while you can
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If you don't want it.... Send it to me! If ever there was anything my AR didn't like, my mini 14 would gobble it up!

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Buy it for nothing else but to turn around and sell it man. $7 per 20 doesn't exist anymore, not even for steel. The cheapest I've found brass in the last few weeks is $620 per 1000 shipped.

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