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    A Little Bit Of Ammo For Sale . . .

    I have this initial list of ammo I need to sell. I've marked the boxes/cases down, below retail I believe, to what I believe is a fair price. (Offers will be considered.)

    For cases, I want to sell only full cases. For boxes, all of the boxes of a particular caliber if possible.

    Shipping will be via UPS, signature required, at an added cost. (I waiting to hear from my Sales Rep to confirm my rates. I will charge you my cost.)

    I can give you an estimate of shipping cost to consider. You would then need send me a USPS money order. Please check your local and state laws to be sure you're compliant. I will do the same but it痴 impossible to know these ever changing laws across the country.

    If interested please send me a PM with your personal email address and we'll continue communication that way.

    Independence 5,56 x 45, 55 grn FMJ - 500 rnd case, 25 rnd boxes, 20 boxes/case
    12 Cases @ $125/case

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    Black Hills 357mag, 158grn CNL - 50rnds per boxes
    8 boxes - $294

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    Black Hills 45-70 405grn FPL - 20rnds/box, 200rnds/case
    1 case - $305

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    Black Hills 38-55 255grn FNL - 20rnds/box, 200rnds/case
    8 boxes - $244
    1 case - $305

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    Black Hills 44 Colt 230grn FPL - 50rnds/box
    3 boxes - $105

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    Black Hills 44 Spl 210grn FPL - 50rnds/box
    4 boxes - $140.00

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    I can order Black Hills direct from the factory if you're interested full case in a caliber I'm not offering. Please see there website Black Hills Ammunition | The Power of Performance and I'll quote on a case. (I may be able to have the ammo dropped shipped to you to save us both some money . . . I haven't asked them so I'd have to check.)
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    Marlin---i have a kinda strange question for ya, that i have never thought of asking before.

    how many yrs would say a case of these shells last? 5yrs, 20 yrs, would they ever go bad?

    i always have found the federal 150 grain shells works really good in my 308 savages. yrs ago the Remington shells(brand new supposedly) got stuck in the chamber trying to inject them. so i switched to Federal then, and have had no problems from them since.
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    If kept dry ,ammunition keeps for a very long time. As for how long I知 not really sure, but I致e used some 30 -06 , 12ga, & 22lr that was 30 + years old that I got whe we cleaned out my grandparents house.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigJim55 View Post
    Marlin---i have a kinda strange question for ya, that i have never thought of asking before.

    how many yrs would say a case of these shells last? 5yrs, 20 yrs, would they ever go bad?

    i always have found the federal 150 grain shells works really good in my 308 savages. yrs ago the Remington shells(brand new supposedly) got stuck in the chamber trying to inject them. so i switched to Federal then, and have had no problems from them since.
    BigJim55 ~ I don't have any real experience and have never researched the subject . . . but, I believe if you keep ammo in a clean, dry area it should last indefinitely. In the house would be best, in a safe or steel lockable cabinet. I have some Russian spam cans of 5.45 x 39mm (AK74 ammo) in the garage. The cans are sealed and will last indefinitely. I also have ammo in my house and my shop which is clean, dry, and occasionally heated in the winter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ejb69 View Post
    If kept dry ,ammunition keeps for a very long time. As for how long I知 not really sure, but I致e used some 30 -06 , 12ga, & 22lr that was 30 + years old that I got whe we cleaned out my grandparents house.
    i've got shells here that probably over 20 yrs old now. i haven't hunted now going on about 10 yrs. couldn't walk thru the woods with my bad knee, but now this yr i thought i might try it some. heck i haven't had any license for about that long either.

    Marlin-i would be interested (maybe-might have sticker shock)in a box or case i guess of the 308's if ya could show me a price of them. i haven't bought shells for as long as i haven't hunted. but if u think they might last 20 to 30 yrs with powder in them ok. at least my boys would have shells for there life
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marlin View Post
    BigJim55 ~ I don't have any real experience and have never researched the subject . . . but, I believe if you keep ammo in a clean, dry area it should last indefinitely. In the house would be best, in a safe or steel lockable cabinet. I have some Russian spam cans of 5.45 x 39mm (AK74 ammo) in the garage. The cans are sealed and will last indefinitely. I also have ammo in my house and my shop which is clean, dry, and occasionally heated in the winter.
    keep all my shells in gun cabinet(wooden one) but locked. in our bedroom. do have a few in loose ones in basement-but its heated. so then i should have no problems with my older shells(rifle, shotgun, and 22)

    anyone tell me how much difference a 190 grain is gonna act, compared to my 150 grains? always hunted in the woods. but maybe will try for some wood chucks(groundhogs) while riding around later this summer.

    please send me a price on em-marlin. thanks
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    On another site, there was a Reloading enthusiast with an original Cardboard Drum(?) of reloading powder that he uses... It was 40+ years old with no detectable performance loss. Read this a few years back and I don't follow that site any longer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marlin View Post
    BigJim55 ~ I don't have any real experience and have never researched the subject . . . but, I believe if you keep ammo in a clean, dry area it should last indefinitely. In the house would be best, in a safe or steel lockable cabinet. I have some Russian spam cans of 5.45 x 39mm (AK74 ammo) in the garage. The cans are sealed and will last indefinitely. I also have ammo in my house and my shop which is clean, dry, and occasionally heated in the winter.
    It also helps if the temperature is pretty stable and not too hot. Higher temps tend to make powder break down over time, although I've fired reloads made with powder that was 30 plus years old and they worked as expected. I've also had powder go bad when stored in an unheated shed that tended to get hot in the summer. It gets an off smell and then it's time to use it to light a fire- outdoors of course.

    One other mistake that I've made when reloading is to have just a small bit of oil on my fingers and pick up primers. I'm talking just a thin film on my fingers, not enough to really even notice. If you use the ammo in a reasonable time, it's fine but over a longer time the oil will deactivate the primers. If you ever need to kill a primer a small drop of oil inside will do it.

    I've got a couple of shotgun shells from the 50s or 60s- paper hulls and I would bet they would still go off fine. They were in a friends basement when he died and his wife gave them to me. I don't really know how old they are but certainly that old. Properly stored, ammunition is very stable.

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    Thanks for the list Marlin. Nothing I can use unfortunately...
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    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
    Thanks for the list Marlin. Nothing I can use unfortunately...
    coaltrain ~ What caliber are you looking for? I have my personal stash I that I may decide to slim down as I sell-off rifles later this year.
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