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Old 09-01-2009, 01:40 PM
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Going rate for local "commerically loaded" .45 Colt? Going rate for local "commerically loaded" .45 Colt? Going rate for local "commerically loaded" .45 Colt? Going rate for local "commerically loaded" .45 Colt? Going rate for local "commerically loaded" .45 Colt?  
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Default Going rate for local "commerically loaded" .45 Colt?

If you have any "local commerical loaders" in your area..
Like Georgia Arms, etc.

What are 50rd. boxes of .45 Colt ammunition 200gr. going for?


*Never mind*
I let a friend have too many, WAY WAY too cheap!
There is a first time for everything, I guess.
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Old 09-01-2009, 02:36 PM
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I let a friend have too many, WAY WAY too cheap!
That's what friends are for!!

Got any more extra ammo . . . . . . . old friend?
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I just traded for my first gun in this caliber, a 625-7 Mtn Gun, and just today picked up a box (50 rds) of Ultramax 250 Grain lead flat point cowboy (730 fps). Price was $35.95 at a local hardware store. I have some Georgia Arms bulk on order, but the gun arrives tommorow and I wasn't going to wait 5-7 weeks to try her out!
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