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    Default German blue plastic training 308 ammo.

    I am looking for German blue plastic training 308 ammo.

    Who has the best price for 100 to 200 rounds?

    Thanks,

    Paddy

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    Ive not seen a lot of it a round Dan's allways has a good price.

    http://www.dansammo.com/ammo.asp
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    Great ammo to start young shooters with.......as in NO Recoil.....

    LOTS of FUN with the Kids......

    Remember....this is NOT Blank Ammo.....the plastic projectile CAN do GREAT HARM at close rangle.....this is NOT a TOY.......it is a Training Round.......as in Training young shooters how to handle a large caliber .308 ....yet do so WITHOUT the .308 Recoil......

    It Cheap Good ol' BLASTIN' FUN

    Here is the Special HK91/G3 Training Bolt/Carrier


    Buddy


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    http://www.dansammo.com/ammo.asp sell the blue ammo in 500 round lots.

    Does anyone know of a source that sells in lots 200 rounds?

    Paddy

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    i think sportsmans guide
    may have what your looking for
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    Thank you all for the info on the blue 308 blanks.

    I do not need 1000 rounds and Sportsman Guide is to much money.

    I am going to try to go to the Gun Show in Hickory NC and see if I can get some.

    Thank you all,

    Paddy

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    try wideners

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    I bought 100 rounds at the Gun Show in Hickory NC. Can not wait to try it out.

    Paddy

    PS There was evens some Remington .380 for sale at the Gun Show in Hickory NC at $25-29 per box, FMJ.

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    Cope's, Widener's, and Dan's have it.
    Try this website for updated ammo deals:
    http://gun-deals.com/ammo
    How many psi in a CUP?

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    Laatest SGN I think has Century listing them in a full page ad on blank ammo. I believe they have a 200rd minimum and I don't remember the lot count or price if one was given.
    Stupid question? Will this ammo cycle a Century Cetme or a FAL or do you need special internals to make them work. I didn't not realize these were reduced course training rounds. I always thought they were more like the wooden tip blanks. Thanks.

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    Default FAL....NO CETME...Probably

    Quote Originally Posted by catsnguns View Post
    Stupid question? Will this ammo cycle a Century Cetme or a FAL or do you need special internals to make them work. I didn't not realize these were reduced course training rounds. I always thought they were more like the wooden tip blanks. Thanks.
    It will NOT cycle ANY semi auto.....without a Special Bolt.......and I believe Only HK made a special Bolt.....see pic.

    That said......This special HK Bolt...."Might" actually work in the CETME Rifle....since the bolt carriers are similar......

    This special Bolt is basically a "Blow Back" design.......
    Since the Plastic Bullet weighs meres ounces.....I see little danger in testing this bolt in a CETME.....if it slides into a CETME Reciever....it should work.

    Someone that owns BOTH a HK91 and a CETME....and buys one of these Special HK Training Bolts could answer that question in one minute of Range Time.

    Buddy



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