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Old June 12th, 2008 #1
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Looks like I chose the wrong caliber rifle. Local gun store is selling 1000 round boxes of Wolf 7.62x39 for $269.

I've been looking around the net. Anyone know of a site with a comparably better deal?
 
Old June 12th, 2008 #2
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A few years ago AK ammo was only $75 per thousand 3 years ago it was $99 per thousand tax included. I had the money and spent it on another investment which didn’t pan out. I wish now I would have bought 10 cases of it, I could have sold it back to the people I bought it from for double the money.

BTW it was $99 per thousand under “anti-gun” Clinton and now it has almost tripled under supposedly “pro-gun” traitor Bush who has signed ever gun snatching law that has come before him.

He has done more damage to gun owners than any other president in history.



Back to the original topic, if you can get it at a gun store for that price you may want to buy a case. If you buy it cheaper from a catalog it will cost a small fortune to have it shipped to you.
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Old June 14th, 2008 #3
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Try Dan'sammo.com, ammoman.com, get a copy of the Shotgun News off any mag rack and check J&G Sales, SOG, Century Arms.
 
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Try Dan'sammo.com, ammoman.com, get a copy of the Shotgun News off any mag rack and check J&G Sales, SOG, Century Arms.
The problem with ordering ammo is that you have to pay a high hazardous material shipping price.

Those prices look nice on paper until they add all the extra costs.
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Old June 14th, 2008 #5
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Keep your eye out for Gun Shows in the area around you. typically even with the higher prices you can get 7.62x39 cheaper there then the Gun Shop.

I was told not to long ago when asking why the hell the price has went up so much on that caliper " Cause of the war, its causing the price to go up" this made no damn sense to me since most of our troops use .223 / 5.56 rds. which brings up the question who are the ammo companies selling all the rounds too causing it to go up on us??? i think we know who, most times US companies always sell to the ones we are fighting in wars. All about the Profits...
 
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Keep your eye out for Gun Shows in the area around you. typically even with the higher prices you can get 7.62x39 cheaper there then the Gun Shop.
Where I live the gun shows sell 20 year old boxes of ammo at twice the price of store ammo. They actually go to the gun stores and buy the new stuff and sell it at a 50% markup.

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I was told not to long ago when asking why the the price has went up so much on that caliper " Cause of the war, its causing the price to go up" this made no sense to me since most of our troops use .223 / 5.56 rds.
Caliber? Actually it does make sense. It doesn’t matter what the ammo companies are selling as it causes shortages in other areas. It takes copper, lead and brass to make any type of normal bullet, these items become scarcer because ZOG is causing ammo companies to turn out massive amounts of .223. To keep up with the demand they must cut down producing civilian ammo so the workers can make more .223. No matter what ZOG contracts take priority over civilian contracts.

They can’t build new machines or hire massive amounts of new employees because if the war ends then they will lose money, so they just put all the effort in making ammo for ZOG.

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which brings up the question who are the ammo companies selling all the rounds too causing it to go up on us??? i think we know who, most times US companies always sell to the ones we are fighting in wars. All about the Profits...
If you are referring to 7.62x39 then most of it is Wolf brand ammunition made in Russia. I am sure Russia is stockpiling in preparation for war with ZOG. Also Russia doesn’t sell to just America, they sell all over the world. Whoever is supplying Iraq with AK ammo probably buys Wolf ammo as well.


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ZOG doesn’t just use the .223 because they use .308, 9mm, 40 S&W, 50 CAL and various other rounds. So this puts a shortage in many areas for ammo manufacturers.
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Old June 16th, 2008 #7
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Classic Arms Inc.
WOLF ( RUSSIAN) 7.62X39....1000 RDS/CASE......$199.95
1-704-684-0650
http://www.classicarms.us/ammunition.htm

They're ok to deal with, just stay away from their AK mags.
 
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Classic Arms Inc.
WOLF ( RUSSIAN) 7.62X39....1000 RDS/CASE......$199.95
1-704-684-0650
http://www.classicarms.us/ammunition.htm

They're ok to deal with, just stay away from their AK mags.
Not sure I understand what they are doing here. They have this "Jesus is Lord Classic Arms Inc." Then they show a picture of a Roman Pagan pointing a gun at this.



I find that disturbing. They also have this.

Prices Subject To Change - Satisfaction Guaranteed (Less Shipping)
http://www.classicarms.us/terms.htm


I also couldn't find where they listed shipping and tax. How much could that ammo end up costing to get to the house? 1,000 round is a lot of weight to be shipped as hazardous material.
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