.223 amo

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  1. Danny06

    Danny06 New Member

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    If i purchased .223 linkid ammo, would it be a problem to use it on a feed magazine( meaning removing every single bullet from the link) its the only cheap i can find. Any help :headscratch:
     


  2. Millerwb

    Millerwb Member

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    Are you finding the linked ammo in Houston? How much is it going for?
     
  3. Danny06

    Danny06 New Member

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  4. chevydeerhunter

    chevydeerhunter Well-Known

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    Man, .223 ammo is hard to find now and it's expensive. The brass is just as bad. I remember buying 1000 rounds of .223 brass for anywhere from $30-$50. Now it's going for three times that and climbing. :mad0071:
     
  5. shilohshooters

    shilohshooters Active Member

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    1000 rounds of mil-spec brass is up to $414 on some reputable sites. RIDICULOUS! And it's climbing every day...:banghead:
     
  6. Dust

    Dust Active Member

    I know a guy selling for $275 per 1000 in North Austin.
     
  7. chevydeerhunter

    chevydeerhunter Well-Known

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    I ordered 2k .223 bullets from a site and it cost me $166 shipped. That was 3 weeks ago and I'm sure it's gone up.
     
  8. Dust

    Dust Active Member

    where was this chevy?
     
  9. chevydeerhunter

    chevydeerhunter Well-Known

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    I just noticed they have 1k of .223 unprimed brass for $104.50!
     
  10. gunbubba

    gunbubba Member Lifetime Member

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    who in north austin had 223 ammo for $275/1000? I am assuming that must be steel cased ammo.
     

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