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7.62x51 ammo for sale

By my count I have 317 rounds of 7.62x51, 147gr ball, WW and FC and has been properly stored in an ammo can.

$300 for the lot and I'll throw in the ammo can. FTF only on the Treasure Coast.

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  • GeraldoGeraldo Posts: 28 Greenhorn
    Should have put this in the original post, but I am open to trade offers. Shotguns, muzzleloaders (not inline); 12ga, 16ga, 20ga factory shells, TC Contender or Encore barrels esp. .45 Colt/.410.

    Will travel reasonable distance to do a deal.
  • GeraldoGeraldo Posts: 28 Greenhorn
    Nobody needs .308 ammo? New .308 brass alone is forty cents a piece.
  • GradyguyGradyguy Posts: 35 Deckhand
    If this is 7.62 x 54... I just picked up a 440 round spam can from A.I.M. For $79 plus shipping. Are these surplus rounds?
  • wahoowacker01wahoowacker01 Posts: 1,470 Officer
    Gradyguy wrote: »
    If this is 7.62 x 54... I just picked up a 440 round spam can from A.I.M. For $79 plus shipping. Are these surplus rounds?
    7.62 x 51 is similar to 308
    7.62 x 54 is rimmed Russian
  • GeraldoGeraldo Posts: 28 Greenhorn
    Gradyguy wrote: »
    If this is 7.62 x 54... I just picked up a 440 round spam can from A.I.M. For $79 plus shipping. Are these surplus rounds?

    You should really get a clue what you're talking about before you jump in on a thread.

    As wahoowacker01 says, 7.62x51mm is the military version of .308 Winchester, and this is all Winchester or Federal, not surplus. I used this for practice ammo in my .308 Remington and Savage bolt rifles.

    I looked at commercial ammo prices (not gunbroker), before posting this. As I said, new, unprimed brass would cost 40% of what I have the ammo listed for.
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