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May 24, 2012, 06:14:11 AM
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3 BTC (1)box(20 Rnds) .38 Special 110 Grain Hydra-shock JHP -including Shipping to USA 47 States only! -No Shipping to California
4 BTC (1.5)Box(80 Rnds) .38 Special 147 Grain TMJ -including Shipping to USA 47 States only! -No Shipping to California
4 BTC (1)Box(40 Rnds) .22-250 45 GR JHP Winchester Varmint High Velocity 4000 FPS-including Shipping to USA 47 States only! -No Shipping CA


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All Ammo is shipped from Arizona

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May 24, 2012, 07:34:16 PM
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you should list some .22lr or some .30-06  Wink
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May 24, 2012, 08:51:45 PM
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But I need .22LR and .306 for my guns!  Grin

I'm just selling ammo for guns I don't have anymore.


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May 25, 2012, 01:14:10 AM
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You seem to know quite a bit about weapons, as I see your hundreds of cool listings, well anyway I have a question if you know and don't mind answering if not, well free bump. A friend of mine had some relative die, and he inherited some interesting stuff. But one of the things was some armor piercing rounds, I don't remember what they were exactly, but they had green tips. Is that kind of thing legal in the U.S?

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May 25, 2012, 01:30:24 AM
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You seem to know quite a bit about weapons, as I see your hundreds of cool listings, well anyway I have a question if you know and don't mind answering if not, well free bump. A friend of mine had some relative die, and he inherited some interesting stuff. But one of the things was some armor piercing rounds, I don't remember what they were exactly, but they had green tips. Is that kind of thing legal in the U.S?


sounds like SS109(M855) round for a AR15/M16 Its a steel penetrator tip ball ammo.

As long as not in California or NY you should be fine.

Just watch out for black tip ammo  Grin

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May 25, 2012, 01:47:47 AM
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armor piercing rounds

AKA: Cop killer's.

One of the only types of ammo that can pierce a cop's bullet proof-vest.

Fun fact I thought I'd share.

A plain old 7.62 x 39 will chew up a standard police vest no problem, even with a steel plate. Less like fact and more like repeating gun control propaganda.

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May 25, 2012, 02:24:33 AM
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You seem to know quite a bit about weapons, as I see your hundreds of cool listings, well anyway I have a question if you know and don't mind answering if not, well free bump. A friend of mine had some relative die, and he inherited some interesting stuff. But one of the things was some armor piercing rounds, I don't remember what they were exactly, but they had green tips. Is that kind of thing legal in the U.S?

if it's .223/5.56 I'll buy it all from you Smiley
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May 25, 2012, 02:26:14 AM
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You seem to know quite a bit about weapons, as I see your hundreds of cool listings, well anyway I have a question if you know and don't mind answering if not, well free bump. A friend of mine had some relative die, and he inherited some interesting stuff. But one of the things was some armor piercing rounds, I don't remember what they were exactly, but they had green tips. Is that kind of thing legal in the U.S?

Any super-sonic high power rifle round is 'armor piercing' since the usual definition of that term is that it can defeat a class II body armor vest, but it's meaningless these days since most police are issued a class III vest and the military uses Class IV 'dragonskin' vests.  Only the class IV vests stand any chance of stoping a 30-06 standard velocity hunting round, but even if it succeeded, the wearer would likely have life threatening internal injuries due to the kick in the chest he just got.  Whether or not they are marketable in the US has less to do with the reality of their armor piercing ability and everything to do with their construction.  Generally, green dotted ammo is military surplus stuff, full metal jacketed, and thus is just fine for sale, but I don't recommend you sale it unless you know for sure.  I have caseloads of green dotted rounds for an old pre-soviet Russian rifle.  It just a color-coding that generally means standard rifle velocity.

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- Carroll Quigley, CFR member, mentor to Bill Clinton, from 'Tragedy And Hope'
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May 25, 2012, 02:30:07 AM
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But I need .22LR and .306 for my guns!  Grin

I'm just selling ammo for guns I don't have anymore.



I'll make you a trade.

120rnds federal .223 for 500rnds of .22lr and 50rnds of .30-06
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May 25, 2012, 02:31:54 AM
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You seem to know quite a bit about weapons, as I see your hundreds of cool listings, well anyway I have a question if you know and don't mind answering if not, well free bump. A friend of mine had some relative die, and he inherited some interesting stuff. But one of the things was some armor piercing rounds, I don't remember what they were exactly, but they had green tips. Is that kind of thing legal in the U.S?

Any super-sonic high power rifle round is 'armor piercing' since the usual definition of that term is that it can defeat a class II body armor vest, but it's meaningless these days since most police are issued a class III vest and the military uses Class IV 'dragonskin' vests.  Only the class IV vests stand any chance of stoping a 30-06 standard velocity hunting round, but even if it succeeded, the wearer would likely have life threatening internal injuries due to the kick in the chest he just got.  Whether or not they are marketable in the US has less to do with the reality of their armor piercing ability and everything to do with their construction.  Generally, green dotted ammo is military surplus stuff, full metal jacketed, and thus is just fine for sale, but I don't recommend you sale it unless you know for sure.  I have caseloads of green dotted rounds for an old pre-soviet Russian rifle.  It just a color-coding that generally means standard rifle velocity.


sounds like all of us need to buy/trade some surplus ammo. like a cyber swap meet!
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May 25, 2012, 02:35:23 AM
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armor piercing rounds

AKA: Cop killer's.

One of the only types of ammo that can pierce a cop's bullet proof-vest.

Fun fact I thought I'd share.

A false fact.  Only bullets designed to pierce body armor in handgun calibers are considered 'armor piercing' under US law, as a standard velocity deer rifle in full metal jacket can defeat all but the best of body armor that is available.  One such example would be the FN Five-Seven series (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FN_5.7%C3%9728mm) because the weapons were designed for the bullet, and the bullet was designed specifically to be used by military users who often needed more penentration because other militaries use light body armor.  As such, the standard velocity bullets for these weapons require a special import license, and a reduced velocity round is sold in the US.  Because of this handicapped nature in the US market, the Five-Seven handguns don't have the "stopping power" that they do for European police users (and irony like I have never seen) so the current police choice is the 10mm and will remain so because the 10mm & 9mm are cheaper.

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May 25, 2012, 02:42:58 AM
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I still think a sub-forum for food/drink and firearms/ammo would be a good idea!!
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May 25, 2012, 03:36:59 AM
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But I need .22LR and .306 for my guns!  Grin

I'm just selling ammo for guns I don't have anymore.



I'll make you a trade.

120rnds federal .223 for 500rnds of .22lr and 50rnds of .30-06


So you want 120 Rnds of federal .223?

Second Question how did you know I had 120 Rnds of federal .223 next to this laptop?    Huh  Huh  Huh


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May 25, 2012, 03:37:40 AM
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But I need .22LR and .306 for my guns!  Grin

I'm just selling ammo for guns I don't have anymore.



I'll make you a trade.

120rnds federal .223 for 500rnds of .22lr and 50rnds of .30-06


So you want 120 Rnds of federal .223?

Second Question how did you know I had 120 Rnds of federal .223 next to this laptop?    Huh  Huh  Huh



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May 25, 2012, 03:42:09 AM
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But I need .22LR and .306 for my guns!  Grin

I'm just selling ammo for guns I don't have anymore.



I'll make you a trade.

120rnds federal .223 for 500rnds of .22lr and 50rnds of .30-06


So you want 120 Rnds of federal .223?

Second Question how did you know I had 120 Rnds of federal .223 next to this laptop?    Huh  Huh  Huh



I just zeroed this scope in too Wink

I was actually looking to do the opposite. I would be giving you the .223, but I cant speak properly.
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May 25, 2012, 03:45:49 AM
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Any .308 168gr match grade? Preferably matching lots

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May 25, 2012, 03:51:06 AM
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I changed the title... so come in a trade some Ammo or talk about guns lol

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May 25, 2012, 03:56:23 AM
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get ready for a very very long thread...

you going to take me up on my trade or counter me?
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May 25, 2012, 03:58:29 AM
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Do you still have the 4 BTC (1.5)Box(80 Rnds) .38 Special 147 Grain TMJ -including Shipping to USA 47 States only! -No Shipping to California  available.  I am interested in those.
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May 25, 2012, 04:17:28 AM
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Do you still have the 4 BTC (1.5)Box(80 Rnds) .38 Special 147 Grain TMJ -including Shipping to USA 47 States only! -No Shipping to California  available.  I am interested in those.

Yes I still have them.

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