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#1 Jayo1911

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Posted April 27 2021 - 01:52 PM

i have a lot 22lr and a lot of 223. one of my friends want to buy some. what should i charge?



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#2 wwolf

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Posted April 27 2021 - 02:10 PM

i have a lot 22lr and a lot of 223. one of my friends want to buy some. what should i charge?

Don't sell. You are going to need them to practice.


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#3 Alsattic2u

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Posted April 27 2021 - 08:39 PM

I would strongly agree with wwolf. Don't sell either. Extremely hard to replace. With new laws showing up weekly, we never know when ammo purchases will be restricted in New York.



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Posted April 27 2021 - 11:49 PM

You can never have enough ammo or guns.  As for 22LR, they come up for sale once in a while.  Don’t part with your 223. 



#5 AdiosAndy

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Posted April 29 2021 - 11:20 AM

If you really have an excess(is there such a thing?) and this person is a friend, you charge what you paid. If you charge current prices, you are no friend.


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#6 4DR ZR1

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Posted May 02 2021 - 11:37 AM

Dark storm has a ton of 22 LR right now

#7 dr. glock

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Posted May 02 2021 - 07:31 PM

I agree with everyone else, I really would not sell...however if you must sell some, then you can charge generally .10-15 cents/round for .22, depending on how clean it is (Remington bulk lead more like .10 cents and CCI Copper plated can be as high as .15-.17). .223 if not steel, you can charge .60 cents/round. Good luck!

i have a lot 22lr and a lot of 223. one of my friends want to buy some. what should i charge?






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