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Posted: 3/14/2006 10:15:18 AM EDT
I was wondering what a bandoleer of 140 rounds of bright & shiny '67 dated LC M193 would be worth? It is all on stripper clips in the cardboards with a loader spoon. The bandoleer is dated '67 also. Thanks for any insight!
Link Posted: 3/14/2006 3:00:58 PM EDT
Since you have gotten no replies so far, I'll give you my opinion, but that's all it is...

To someone who will shoot it, it's worth not much more than the going rate of XM193.

To a collector of vintage Vietnam era AR15/M16 related items, the sky is the limit and I bet it would fetch a pretty penny if sold on the right auction site. If I was into collecting that on my current budget, maybe $100 tops which is $.70 per round I think.

I don't think I have helped any here.
Link Posted: 3/14/2006 3:42:47 PM EDT
Lets see, 68 dated "NAM" M1 Carbine ammo on clips in Can $75.00 per 500 rounds. Thats what I paid at the show before last. He had plenty the last show also. Nam era USGI Match .45 ammo, $8.50 per box of 50. Good stuff.

25 cents a round if on clips and bando'ed is a fair price if you ask me for someone into the NAM era. 20 cents if not.

Link Posted: 3/15/2006 7:12:07 PM EDT
Thanks guys. That gives me a better idea of what I have.
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