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2000 .223 Lake city ammo $10 for 20 rounds ILL

Discussion in 'Sold/Expired' started by Bill Stoffels, Dec 13, 2006.

  1. Bill Stoffels

    Bill Stoffels

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    I have 2000 rounds of Lake City .223 ammo for sale either $9 for 20 rounds or will sell in bulk you pay shipping will trade for Sellior and Bellot .45 ammo or .45 auto's
     
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    What type of Lake city 223? headstamp markings?
    Thanks
     

  3. Bill Stoffels

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    the headstamp looking at the primer end has a circle with a cross thru it like a scope with reticle crosshairs
    at the bottom is LC 02
    all are green tipped
     
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    Good ammo, sounds like Lake M855 stuff, just bought 720 rd couple weeks back on AR15 for $180 del
     
  7. ggarciatx

    ggarciatx Cold War Sailor

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    FIRST. MrWithasee>too beaucoup

    THEN. Bill Stoffels> WHAT??????????????

    NOW.


    :animlol: Private Eightball: What we have here, little yellow sister, is a magnificent specimen of pure Alabama Blacksnake. But it ain't too *******ed beau coup.

    I think what MrWithasee is trying to say is your LC packs too much heat:animlol: :animlol:

    Good luck with your sale
     
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    Actually the translation of beaucoup (french word) means "Much" ...as in Too Much
     
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    hotpig IAFF Local 4766 CLM

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    It has been a buyers market for the last six years. A lot of people have not realized that it is a sellers market now. It will remain this way so long as demand exceeds supply.
     
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    Maybe it's just me, but isn't $10/20rds still in the neighborhood of twice what the rest of the "Seller's Market" is asking? Of course, kindly bear in mind that I'm not trying to start a fight... I'm well aware of the possibility that perhaps I may have missed something. Perhaps that was the point being made here:
     
  12. Bill Stoffels

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    to answer your question NO
    as stated below its 180 for 720 if you could read this is 1000 rounds and if you do not want it. do not buy it!!! its as easy as that .
    I have sold 1000 so far with 1000 left.
    Lake City is not easy to get and its sold all over for over 300 per 1000
     
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    hotpig IAFF Local 4766 CLM

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    Prices are subject to change day to day right now.


    Find me a deal for lake M855 and I will buy it for 180 shipped. The best mil surp that I can find in that price range is the British stuff in a 720 round can.Not even in the ball park of Lake City ammo imho.

    You are correct. The fact that he sold 1k at that price does show the mood of the market right now.
     
  14. Arcana

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    Relax... I was not out to pick a fight... and I had no intention of trying to throw flames. Just so you know, I was factoring the difference in quantity when I did the math (turns out I can read after all). I went so far as to call out the quantity and price n the quote (italics). Below are the quantities/prices/costs-per-round mentioned thus far in this thread, in descending order (both before and after edits):

    1. 1000/500 = $0.50 (the original bulk price)
    2. 20/10 = $0.50 (the original box price)
    3. 9/20 = $0.45 (the revised box price)
    4. 350/1000 = $0.35 (the revised bulk price)
    5. 300/1000 = $0.30 (the price mentioned as being found "all over")*
    6. 180/720 = $0.25 (the price another poster says he paid)

    *Thanks for the heads-up on that. (And, yes, I do realize that "over 300" is a qualifier here.)

    And -- once again -- if I offended you in any way, you have my most sincere apologies. Please know this, I meant no disrespect and bear no ill-will whatsoever. I was simply commenting on the direction the thread had taken.