14,000 rounds of ammo for sale

Wildcat

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No I'm not selling anything, I'm going to try to buy as much as I can of the ones I want.

Here's something we ALL need to keep in mind since most of own firearms.

My friend that owns the auction company told me about it today. There is going to be an estate auction next week here in Paducah. The guy that died owned a lot of guns, ammo and all kinds of reloading stuff.

In his will he left all his guns to his son but he never said anything about the ammo, it's got something to do with the estate and the children so all the ammo MUST be sold at the auction. So all you gun owners need to keep that in mind when you are writing your wills, too many people remember about the guns but never think about the ammo.

There are 14,000 rounds of factory ammo, 22lr, 22wmr, 38, 45, 9mm, 357 mag, 44 mag, 22-250, 30-06, 270, etc, etc. Also two full sets of reloading setups plus boxes and boxes of bullets, primers, brass and other stuff.

They will NOT sell his reloads that he made himself but WILL sale the bullets, brass and primers.
 

Inkstainz

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good luck wildcat but you will probably be opening the wallet and digging for change in the couch and the car and anywhere else you can find change.
 

Camp David

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I think was Charlie who said it a long time ago. They can't really regulate guns, so they will regulate ammo.

First start, make it unavailable by buying up 1 billion rounds, maybe more. That should drive the price up. Then scare the crap out of people and start a buying fenzy.

Then you have that problem of police departments not being able to get ammo. And, always that pesky part of citizens not being able to do the same thing.

Not sure if anyone's heard this one, but there was a suggestion that any ammo should have a shelf life, whereas it would become inop after several years. That would be another way to limit ammo.
 

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I was at a auction that was court ordered and when the auctioneers looked at the ammor it was not all in boxes and not all of it had the state stamp so they would not sell it. So my friend just slipped the owner some money and we got it without having to be bid up. Best deal we got on an auction dealing with firearms.

But the point of making sure in your will you have all your stuff in there is important. But better than that give ownership before you die then the creditors can not force a sell. A fact is if you die and someone has a claim on you they could force a sale of your property to satisfy the claim. While that is the right thing to do but the fact is a lot of claims are not legit but hard to defend if the person is dead.
 

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