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VC Shyster
02-25-2009, 4:43 PM
Two 1200 round crates of 123 grain steel core Norinco 7.62x39 on stripper clips. Ammo is packed in two 600+ round sealed tins per crate. This ammo is increasingly hard to come by as it was banned from importation in 1993.

I would prefer to meet FTF in Ventura but will deliver in Southern Cal for no charge. $1100 for both or $600 each. Feel free to contact me at lawyergunsmoney@gmail.com.

Thanks.

norcal77
02-25-2009, 4:45 PM
Two crates of 123 grain steel core Norinco 7.62x39 on stripper clips. Ammo is packed in two approximately 600 round sealed tins per crate. This ammo is increasingly hard to come by as it was banned from importation in 1993.

I would prefer to meet FTF in Ventura but will deliver anywhere in Ventura County or San Fernando Valley for no charge. $1100 for both or $600 each. Feel free to contact me at lawyergunsmoney@gmail.com.

Thanks.

don't mean to thread crap...but I think having steel core in this state is illegal?...I recall looking for this ammo and the gun store told me it was illegal to own...BTW..if you were in norcal I would be all over this:D

Scout2Diesel
02-25-2009, 5:15 PM
don't mean to thread crap...but I think having steel core in this state is illegal?...I recall looking for this ammo and the gun store told me it was illegal to own...BTW..if you were in norcal I would be all over this:D


FUD

strangerdude
02-25-2009, 5:18 PM
steel core is not illegal dude! Your gunshop employee is an idiot, I never believe anything an employee tells me.

Agustav
02-25-2009, 5:23 PM
most range frown upon it tho...

strangerdude
02-25-2009, 5:24 PM
they allow it during rain season

audihenry
02-25-2009, 6:25 PM
most range frown upon it tho...

Understand why. The only reason is the sparks that are given off, which can be a potential fire hazard, and not for any other reason.

Steel core is perfectly legal and no longer imported. The problem is finding real steel core, as some of these have steel jackets, too, and will attract a magnet the same as if they were steel core non-steel jacket.

norcal77
02-25-2009, 6:58 PM
Understand why. The only reason is the sparks that are given off, which can be a potential fire hazard, and not for any other reason.

Steel core is perfectly legal and no longer imported. The problem is finding real steel core, as some of these have steel jackets, too, and will attract a magnet the same as if they were steel core non-steel jacket.

oh...ok...didn't know that...man..I wish the OP was closer to my area:)

VC Shyster
02-26-2009, 5:34 PM
Yeah, there are a lot of misconceptions about the differences between steel core and true armor piercing. Oh well.

VC Shyster
03-05-2009, 11:43 PM
BTT

fastkevin
03-21-2009, 1:02 AM
PM'd