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Does anyone have a box or two of 5MM ammo they don't need anymore and might want to sell?  It is impossible to find it new.  Thanks guys.

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Its been rumored for years and Aguila says they are gonna start making it again mid year next year but who knows.

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32 minutes ago, Cajun said:

Its been rumored for years and Aguila says they are gonna start making it again mid year next year but who knows.

Yeah, I thought Aguila was making it but, may have stopped. Gunbroker might have some. Might be pricey though.

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54 minutes ago, Raoul said:

Hope you've saved your brass.

Its Rimfire...

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10 hours ago, Quavodus said:

Yeah, I thought Aguila was making it but, may have stopped. Gunbroker might have some. Might be pricey though.

Just out of curiosity, i looked on Gunbroker the other day when this ad was originally posted. Most is advertised from $1-2 per round, and checking completed sales shows it almost always sells in that range.  Pricey for sure ...

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17 hours ago, Cajun said:

Its Rimfire...

Rimfire is reload-able.

https://22lrreloader.com/design-details/

PIA yes, but you can shoot more by saving a few dollars. I know what a PIA it is to reload small caliber ammo, 25 ACP is my monkey on my back. It is not rimfire but I do cast, powder coat, re-prime and use a hand made powder measure. With a boolit way smaller than a pinky nail on your hand it can be a PIA.

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On ‎11‎/‎21‎/‎2018 at 11:57 PM, No_0ne said:

Just out of curiosity, i looked on Gunbroker the other day when this ad was originally posted. Most is advertised from $1-2 per round, and checking completed sales shows it almost always sells in that range.  Pricey for sure ...

It is pricey,  I knew it would be a long shot but figured I would ask. 

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15 hours ago, Gotthegoods said:

I'm curious what you're shooting in 5mm

 

Targets, I just bought the gun along with several others and I would like to shoot it.  Im not doing any hunting with it.

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7 hours ago, Cajun said:

Targets, I just bought the gun along with several others and I would like to shoot it.  Im not doing any hunting with it.

I think he meant what gun.  

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8 minutes ago, Capbyrd said:

I think he meant what gun.  

Remington model 591M.

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13 hours ago, Quavodus said:

Cajun, that's some old ammo. Collectible for sure.

I know, Here is the dilemma now,  Do I keep the ammo unfired with the box or just shoot the #### out of it?   decisions, decisions!

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1 hour ago, Cajun said:

I know, Here is the dilemma now,  Do I keep the ammo unfired with the box or just shoot the #### out of it?   decisions, decisions! 

I'm sure the Remington ammo set you back a few $$$ but I would set that back and hold on to it.  If you want to shoot it, drop a few more $$$ and get some Centurion.  It's pricey too but quite a bit out there for sale.

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