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    My instinct would be to sell off ammo in calibers that I no longer have weapons chambered in, and then buy ammo in calibers I do use.

    Yeah, you could find a .40 in the fallout, or your neighbor might need it, but if you know you are still gonna have your .45, why take that risk?
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    Quote Originally Posted by buckeyeLCPL View Post
    My instinct would be to sell off ammo in calibers that I no longer have weapons chambered in, and then buy ammo in calibers I do use.

    Yeah, you could find a .40 in the fallout, or your neighbor might need it, but if you know you are still gonna have your .45, why take that risk?
    Exactly...
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    Quote Originally Posted by buckeyeLCPL View Post
    My instinct would be to sell off ammo in calibers that I no longer have weapons chambered in, and then buy ammo in calibers I do use.

    Yeah, you could find a .40 in the fallout, or your neighbor might need it, but if you know you are still gonna have your .45, why take that risk?
    That's my thinking
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    Quote Originally Posted by SIXTO View Post
    I have been hanging onto a few cases of premium ammo that I no longer have a use for because of the climbing prices. I've watched it nearly double the retail price in the last two years and I've been thinking about posting it for sale here... but the investment has been preforming far better than anything else I have in the stock market or anywhere else for that matter. Its crazy I tell ya.
    Do I sell now, or let it sit in the safe a while longer?
    I have two things to say. Hold on to it.

    Don't take investment advice from me; I'm an expert at buying high and selling low.

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