Discussion in 'On Topic' started by ReefBlue, Feb 11, 2008.
Bought 300 and got 2 free. Like those two help.
Reload, reload my young man.
This is actually the first ammo for my rifle that I've bought in a long time. I bought it with the plan of keeping the brass to reload. I figure I might as well buy rounds instead of getting empty brass and powder--I already have 1,000 647 grain bullets in a container . . .not to mention I got each round for $2.50, not the 4-5 dollar madness people are trying to get.
I dont even know what Im looking at.
Big squirrel gun, and ammo for it.
So we're talking .17hmr?
17hm2. hmr is overkill.
That is fucking awesome!!!!!
thats like two planes shot out of the sky
I'm salivating. I desperately want a semi-auto Barrett .50BMG. The funny thing is, I almost bought 100 .50BMG AP rounds even though I'm nowhere near owning the rifle.
Pfft, I want a full auto Barrett. First shot forward, second shot skyward, third shot to my six and so on.
And how would semi-auto not accomplish this?
With logic like that, no wonder you don't have one
Never know how much it'll be worth in 5-10 years. Hell, my XM193 stash has more than doubled in value in what seems like overnight.
.50 BMG might be on my list. I am torn, I think it would be a bad waste of cash though. I have 1000-1500yd shots on our farm and over 2500yd shots on a cousins farm, but entry is $3000 for an armalite, min $1000 for a good scope, and $4/bullet unless you are reloading
Reloading is definately the way to go, but it will cost you like a thousand dollars to load the first round. I have the press and dies, but I still need powder dispenser/scale and a new workbench.
But best guess is I can reload one round for about $1.20-$1.30.
It could have been .510DTC