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Old March 21, 2012, 10:02 PM   #6
kilimanjaro
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US ammo surplus is gone. The UK .303 and .308 is gone. The Romanian 8mm is gone. French 7.5mm is gone. South African 5.56 is gone. I don't see 7.62x54R and 7.62x39 going away for some years, but the good East German stuff is gone. The well dries up and fills up again with something else. A good reloading setup is a great way to go, you can pick up dies and brass over time, then enjoy to your hearts content. Reloading is cheaper than the current prices on surplus, once you reuse the brass once or twice. Lots of the surplus is Berdan primer pockets or steel cases, so it's use it once and send to the recyclers.
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