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    Marksman jfw46544's Avatar

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    Is old ammo worth anything?

    Besides seeing if they will go bang?

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    Kind of a Weirdo Wolfhound's Avatar

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    In that condition it is probably of most value to use it for plinking.

    If you come across some .25 Stevens (rimfire) at a decent price buy it.
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    Big market in old ammo boxes of course condition is everything.
    I think if they contain the original ammo the price is better
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    Marksman jfw46544's Avatar

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    They contain the original ammo.
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    Kind of a Weirdo Wolfhound's Avatar

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    I think AmmoManAaron is one of the best sources of ammo appraisal and general knowledge.

    If the boxes were in good condition it might be worth something. Sadly, they look like they rode around in someone's glovebox for 30 years.
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    Some ammunition is highly collectible and can bring very high dollars. Just like anything collectible, value depends on rarity and condition. Sadly, your ammo is not rare and condition is poor.
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    Expert AGarbers's Avatar

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    Claim that they came from John Dillinger's car when he was captured and they'll be worth a fortune.

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    Sharpshooter Old Dog's Avatar

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGarbers View Post
    Claim that they came from John Dillinger's car when he was captured and they'll be worth a fortune.
    Or claim that they belonged to Billy the Kid and were found in a Missouri cave in 1920. that should really raise the value!
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    Grandmaster

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    I'll give you tree-fity for it.
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    Plinker

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mgderf View Post
    I'll give you tree-fity for it.
    Tree-fity-seben!


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