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    Question What willl happen with the ARs in banned ammo caliber???

    My guess is the market is their. Someone will make a round that does not upset the ATF??? Whoever can produce that round in large quantities, is going to get rich.
    Gun people are creative. America is and always will be a gun culture, sorry antis were not going anywhere. Someone fill that void, money awaits you.. $$$$
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    Perhaps a chamber adapter. My brother put one in a M1 Garand when .308 was cheaper than 30/06.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4thIDvet View Post
    My guess is the market is their. Someone will make a round that does not upset the ATF??? Whoever can produce that round in large quantities, is going to get rich.
    Gun people are creative. America is and always will be a gun culture, sorry antis were not going anywhere. Someone fill that void, money awaits you.. $$$$

    what will happen? NOTHING.

    import is banned of some steel core ammo's.. nothing was banned as to shooting gun in said caliber... all it really means is that the super cheap ammo is choked off. total affect? very little.
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    Re-barrel time or roll you're own,,,fug-um!!!!

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    russian ammo is still around for 5.45 just not the mil-surp stuff like 7n.

    i suspect that some time in the next three years --obummer and his socialist nazis will attempt to ban ALL russian ammo , all imported ammo and all military caliber ammo and all ammo with steel in the projectile. and ammo may well be under some kind of attack by the EPA and whatever federal agencys the nazi socialist can throw at the 2nd amendment.

    for now there is no rush to do anything with any ar-15 upper that runs 5.45 --provided i can get 5.56 later it ain't much of a concern.

    knowing that the big "O" is going to go after ALL ammo used in semis at some time or another makes it a chore to stock up.

    right now i grabbing a few boxes of m855 and 75-77gr 5.56 when i find a deal--and there ain't many deals out there tight now--

    now if your running an AK-74 clone, a barrel swap for them is a bit more involved. seems like i saw 750 rounds of wolf for $199 somewhere -- with a gift card code and a free shipping code this price ain't all that bad--LOL!

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    Sure ain't the $35-40 bucks a case 8mm or $79 a case delivered for x39 from back in the day though,,

    "this price ain't all that bad ",,,,,Well,,,,

    ,,,, just a matter of opinion I guess j427x, but then again,,, I'm older and was horrified when nice K-98's went to over 100 bucks!!!

    So I guess it's all relative now. Deals ain't what they used to be!!!!

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    gas once was $0.29 for a gallon of 100LL too, and prime T-bone steaks were $2.59 a lb---

    we got to live in the 2014 world --the 1990s, 1980s and 1970s and 1960s i'm afraid are long gone and going to be left to history.

    hell i remember buying steaks from my uncle bo who butchered his own feeders $1.38 a lb-- and were talking rib eyes and t-bones -- i can't even butcher my own steers for that--today --

    the DOLLAR ain't what it once was-- not many things haven't doubled or tripled since 2008--and we ain't even seen the inflation train hit full speed yet--

    i could post all day on shit i thought was too high and now that price looks pretty good. it ain't getting no better folks and that goes for everything --including ammo. the cheap shooting days are over--have been over ever since 2001.

    i just hope that "obama-flation" don't eat up what few freedoms we still have along with our $$$.

    Quote Originally Posted by twa2471 View Post
    Sure ain't the $35-40 bucks a case 8mm or $79 a case delivered for x39 from back in the day though,,

    "this price ain't all that bad ",,,,,Well,,,,

    ,,,, just a matter of opinion I guess j427x, but then again,,, I'm older and was horrified when nice K-98's went to over 100 bucks!!!

    So I guess it's all relative now. Deals ain't what they used to be!!!!

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    roll my own just need primers and powder I can make projectiles and I have tons of range brass
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    Korea should see this as a biz opportunity; come on PMC wake up and start making low-cost 5.45 AND 7.62x25.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocster View Post
    AND 7.62x25.
    “The rifle itself has no moral stature, since it has no will of its own. Naturally, it may be used by evil men for evil purposes, but there are more good men than evil, and while the latter cannot be persuaded to the path of righteousness by propaganda, they can certainly be corrected by good men with rifles.”

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