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Old 01-11-2010, 11:14 PM   #21
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That is an outrageous price!! I sold a mint 1917 Steyr carbine I bought still in paper w/ 400 rounds of ammo 2 years ago for $250.00. No en-bloks either.. A 250 round can was $80.00 just 3 years ago.
It might be but when you are the only game in town you can name the price. Besides, for someone just wanting to put a few rounds through it it's not a bad deal for ammo you can't seem to find. Price goes up as it becomes harder to find.
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Old 01-15-2010, 07:27 PM   #22
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That is an outrageous price!! I sold a mint 1917 Steyr carbine I bought still in paper w/ 400 rounds of ammo 2 years ago for $250.00. No en-bloks either.. A 250 round can was $80.00 just 3 years ago.

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That was before you know who got elected and pushed up the demand so bad.
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