Yugo M67 Sealed Crate Value

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Yugo M67 Sealed Crate Value

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Fellow close by offering the 1120 count crate (which is w/ stripper clips?). Wants $450, which I'm not paying.

Thought I'd start him around $300 and concede $350 if it works out.

I calculated that $336 is 0.30 per round and what I'd call fair for brass on strippers.

Sound close?


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Re: Yugo M67 Sealed Crate Value

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As I'm sure you know, that round (like most surplus) is going for crazy high prices everywhere you look. And M67 on strippers is the cream of the crop. While I hope you can get it for less, I think you may need to go a little higher if you really want this ammo instead of new manufacture ammo. Best of luck.

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me, personally I wouldn't accept your offer................. but if you can get it for that, then go for it :)
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Yeah, that is too low. I would buy it for $450 in today's market IF I just had to have surplus. Otherwise, I would just buy new.
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I guess I'm jaded because I am already sitting on plenty. That's why I ask you guys.

So, I should add another ten bucks? :lol:

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Well, if that's the case, make him an offer that you'll be happy with and leave it at that. It all just depends on how badly he needs the cash vs. waiting for another buyer willing to pay his price.

A long time ago I adopted a philosophy towards folks who thought they should get top-dollar for whatever they were selling - I simply explain that "I'm offering what something is worth TO ME". That is, based on my existing inventory, collecting direction, available funds, and any relevant other factors it's simply what I feel OK spending for an item. If they choose not to accept your offer, no problem, they can find another buyer.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oOoTP5QKpUM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=amol96ZK3wY

I remember the stuff at about 30 cents a round. I do not see this at gun shows anymore. Most report it is sure fire and accurate. Commercial averages about 35-42 cents per round for 7.62x39. Best if you can pay 30 cents or less. Figure original striper clips at $2 each. How many in a tin? That is where you make out if paying 30 cents per round. How many $2 clips do you get free at $350 for the box. SKSs eat ammo like potato chips! :shhh: :shhh: :shhh:
Think hoarder, ammo is going sky high if dumb o rats get in. Stash it. It is top grade goodies. Bullets may be better than cash. That ammo will hold its value. You certainly can not find components to reload at this time. It most likely costs about 25 cents to reload. If you have the cash buy it before some rich guy moves in on the deal. Ammo shelfs are bare in WI. Do you have at least 3000 rounds on hand???? Figure 100-200 rounds per day at a range. Offer $350 cash, 3 Benjamins and 5 or 6 crisp tens- no check. Let his or her eyes get big. Do they really want to haul it to a gun show and walk around with it? Even $375 :think: :think: :think: :doh: Check the date, is it 1980s or 1990s stuff? Then you best grab it.
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In all honesty, I think at $350 they are easily doubling their money they got in to it, even with shipping. I just do not remember what a case of it sold for a few years back. My $30 Mosin 7.62x54R tins now sell at $175-200, I purchased a pallet of those back when Candyman was buying cases of Mosin rifles.
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