GUN whats the going rate on ss109

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  1. Soybomb

    Soybomb New Member

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    Whats the going price on ss109 these days? I'm getting ready to sell off some old ammo that I no longer have guns for and I think I'm going to let some rorg ss109 go with it. I've not been able to shoot outside for a while and the indoor range doesn't care for people using steel penetrators on their backstop :big grin:
     
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    How much do you have?
     
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    Not sure yet, I don't think much, maybe 300-500 ss109, 500 7.62x39, 200 .308. Probably not worth shipping to most people but maybe I'll find someone local.
     
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    The only place I've found selling any now is cheaper than dirt and its like $.70 a round there, surely thres some cheaper place?
     
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    I bought 60 rounds for ~$30 a gun show. It was S&B ss109. I haven't shot any of it yet. I might be interested or know of people that are, but shipping that would be a pain in the ass
     
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    THT The easy way is always mined

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    Personally, I wouldn't pay more than $0.35/round. XM193 goes for $0.45-$0.50/round while Guat M193 goes for about $0.30-$0.32/round.

    Looking over that post, it's very, VERY depressing. Since Congress is in such a helpful mood and doling out responsible taxpayer money to the irresponsible, I say they should pass a 5.56/7.62 bill that would subsidize all 5.56 and 7.62 purchases for the next 30 years and reinforce our irresponsible purchasing of ammunition. Footing about 80% of the bill sounds about right.

    WRITE YOUR CONGRESSMAN!
     
  7. Yeah! We demand an ammo buyers' bailout.
     
  8. Soybomb

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    I'm with you but some people want that steel penetrator for some reason :rofl:
     

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