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March 15, 2018, 06:35:31 PM
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Ammo sold.

I have >3000 rounds of 5.56 PMC X-TAC 62grain ammo (Green tip).  You can buy as much or as little as you want.  

$900 for 3000 rounds.

$650 for 2000 rounds.

$330 for 1000 rounds.

$7 per box (20 rounds each box).

Everything comes in 20 round boxes.

Buy pays exact shipping costs. <3

(other guns are for sale as well)

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March 16, 2018, 04:42:39 AM
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How much for 1 round?

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March 16, 2018, 07:06:13 AM
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How much for 1 round?

35 cents + shipping costs.

($7/20rounds=^)

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March 16, 2018, 11:32:00 PM
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I would be interested in ordering a few boxes of rounds at least, but I'm wondering if ammunition needs to be shipped to an FFL? I'm quite far away from the nearest FFL or major store at all for that matter, so I would have to make accommodations if need be.

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March 17, 2018, 01:16:49 AM
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I would be interested in ordering a few boxes of rounds at least, but I'm wondering if ammunition needs to be shipped to an FFL? I'm quite far away from the nearest FFL or major store at all for that matter, so I would have to make accommodations if need be.

For almost everyone no FFL is required.  If you live in say CA or another city/state that has restrictions, then yes.
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March 17, 2018, 02:40:58 AM
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I would be interested in ordering a few boxes of rounds at least, but I'm wondering if ammunition needs to be shipped to an FFL? I'm quite far away from the nearest FFL or major store at all for that matter, so I would have to make accommodations if need be.

I believe in your case it would need to be shipped to a FFL from the bit of research I've conducted.

I can call a person in your state to verify for you if you'd like.

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March 17, 2018, 03:01:18 AM
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For almost everyone no FFL is required.  If you live in say CA or another city/state that has restrictions, then yes.

The trouble is that I live in a place that is terrible for Bitcoin and Terrible for guns. It's not a fun process to obtain one legally, especially if you are interested in handguns or contemporary rifles.

I believe in your case it would need to be shipped to a FFL from the bit of research I've conducted.

I can call a person in your state to verify for you if you'd like.

I know you're extremely busy, but if you do end up finding the time I would appreciate you giving a call to verify what the deal is. I was pretty sure that an FFL was not required for ammunition, but it would make sense in concordance with the rest of the legislation that's been being piled on for the past decade or so. You don't have any "cheap" ($500 or so) rifles that you're trying to unload as well, do you?

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March 17, 2018, 03:11:36 AM
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The trouble is that I live in a place that is terrible for Bitcoin and Terrible for guns. It's not a fun process to obtain one legally, especially if you are interested in handguns or contemporary rifles.

Don't worry about the Bitcoin part.  That won't be mentioned to anyone besides the two of us.

I know you're extremely busy

My fiance would argue differently Cheesy I'm not EVERY business enough not to provide a top notch service and provide as much help as I can!

but if you do end up finding the time I would appreciate you giving a call to verify what the deal is.

Tomorrow I'll call an FFL in your area and find out what the scoop is for you and we will go from there! <3

You don't have any "cheap" ($500 or so) rifles that you're trying to unload as well, do you?

Not at the moment.  I have a cheap little icky .380 Taurus, but that isn't a rifle.

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March 17, 2018, 03:15:14 AM
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Cheapest rifles I have at the moment are the Smith and Wesson AR's... great guns though, but they are S&W's more costly rifles (around $800 a pop).

Rifle furthest <- in the picture btw.

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March 24, 2018, 04:27:55 PM
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Sold!

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