First post - here to try to sell FILs ammo

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  • silver_2000

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    I wonder if the .38 wadcutter ammo is Blazer aluminum. I haven't seen any in forever but that was the most accurate factory .38 I've ever shot.
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    Here are images of the 38 wadcutter and some hornady in the same box
     

    benenglish

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    Here are images of the 38 wadcutter and some hornady in the same box
    Thanks for the reply. That's good to know.

    Per your request, I edited the new TGT link into your original post.

    It's clear you're trying to comply with the rules and we're certainly willing to cut you some slack on that. Thanks for the effort.

    Also, please see your ad for another little note.
     

    Hoji

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    Im not an expert. What source would provide "competitive " prices ? I used ammo seek. And used the lowest prices on ammo seek and generally rounded down. Ill be happy to adjust the prices to what another source lists . Most sources Ive checked are out of stock or have similar prices. We will entertain offers but this isnt a fire sale. There is no sales tax, no shipping and you get to keep the ammo boxes.
    So did I . Your 45-70 is about $1 per round more than it is on ammo seek, your .25auto is about .37 per round higher that the listings there and the .38spc is about .11 higher and your .30 carbine is .28 more expensive per round. Those were all I looked at.
    I have seen most of the ammo you have listed on the shelf at cabelas, sheels, and academy for less.

    I am not knocking your prices, and would never post this in a classified “for sale” ad , but you asked.
     

    silver_2000

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    So did I . Your 45-70 is about $1 per round more than it is on ammo seek, your .25auto is about .37 per round higher that the listings there and the .38spc is about .11 higher and your .30 carbine is .28 more expensive per round. Those were all I looked at.
    I have seen most of the ammo you have listed on the shelf at cabelas, sheels, and academy for less.

    I am not knocking your prices, and would never post this in a classified “for sale” ad , but you asked.
    Glad for the feedback
    Glad to see that ammo seek is reasonable source
    I didnt run down the price of every caliber that were the smaller random quantities -
    The cheapest Hornady 45-70 on ammo seek is $2.50 a round - ill need to adjust this some -
    I'll do that and repost the sheet

    This collection started at 125 guns and 2x this ammo. Been working on this sale on and off and moving these around for 4 years.... so some data is old or wrong or I was simply confused.

    I've received a number of PMs so far and appreciate all of the help and input. Ill be glad to free up the space in the garage ....
     

    popsgarland

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    they were somewhat easier to sell - an IT customer of mine bought about 1/3 of them - there are still about 8 left I think including a M1 Garand

    Could you post pictures of them for us and what your asking for them?
     
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