I forget if it was here or in Facebook that somebody asked if .380 has been seen.

This is the third location I have seen it so I believe it is coming back.

Now that this was a shock.

At $3.50 a round, I don’t care if you are composite, you better not only be reloadable, but frigging reload yourself after taking out Thanos.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

7 thoughts on “Ammo Finds”
  1. The True Velocity .308 is not only non-reloadable, the cases are, – er “composite,” (polymer/carbon fiber/plastic) Not brass; not even metal, aside from the base where the primer sits. The military’s new round. Supposedly 30% lighter, so soldiers can carry more. And the military doesn’t reload anyway, so they don’t care about reloading potential.

    1. $0.48/rd about a week ago bought a case

      Plenty of deals out there just need to do some searching. Ammo seek for the win.

  2. What are the rifle teams shooting?

    Used to appreciate the trading of “shot out” 7.62 brass [multiple reload] for 1X Lake City (regular, run of the mill) and some that had been improved with civilian boolets. LC did good work.

  3. The missus came across some .380 Auto last week while unpacking some boxes. It was a bag of handloads purchased from a gun show, probably been hidden away for 3-4 years. The label says it’s 90 rounds, $10.

    These kinds of random finds are like Christmas. LOL!

    We could probably turn around and re-sell this for $50 in the current ammo drought.

    (No, it’s not for sale.)

  4. True Velocity’s price of $3.50 per round for .308 means they are selling the sizzle and not the steak…

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