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Posted: 12/28/2006 5:07:29 PM EST
Our local Dumdums has 200 rounds linked in can of .308 recent production Nato frontline ammo for $69.00 per 200.

What is .308 Nato going for these days?

Link Posted: 12/28/2006 6:13:32 PM EST
Thirty five cents a round for milsurp .308 sounds awful expensive to me, I couldn't go that freight.  You don't say who made it (sounds like recent Port. though).  Things have been pretty crazy of late on ammo prices, even third world crap is priced at a quarter a round.  So if one is desparate enough, perhaps three cartridges for a buck is where ya have to go ......  
Link Posted: 12/28/2006 6:27:08 PM EST


What is .308 Nato going for these days?

Whatever someone is willing to pay for it . The days of sub 20¢ surplus
.308 are over . There are several reasons for it , none of which are
likely to get better anytime soon . Actually it's probably going to get
to the point where 35¢ a round is a bargain
Link Posted: 12/29/2006 3:44:06 AM EST
Link Posted: 12/31/2006 4:11:10 PM EST
If you can afford it, get what you can.  At the last show in this area (early Dec.) I bought 800 rounds for $200, people were selling South African battle packs (140 rounds) for $50 each, I can't find any more surplus .308 at any of the local shops now.

Looks like it's time to start reloading.
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