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    @ireload: Hello sir,

    I've been traveling a lot lately, sorry.
    I found a couple hundred original (still dirty from the finding) bullets at 0,50 € each.
    I'll check with my gun shop as soon as I get there.
    But that seems a good price to me.
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    Hello Ovidio Thanks for checking. It does not sound like you have a constant source of bullets for the 6.5 Carcano. We have Hornady bullets at a lower price and no shipping from Italyicon.
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    @ireload: Hello sir,

    I've been traveling a lot lately, sorry.
    I found a couple hundred original (still dirty from the finding) bullets at 0,50 € each.
    I'll check with my gun shop as soon as I get there.
    But that seems a good price to me.

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    Hornady go here for 0,70 €. I don't really consider them.
    I often see bags of original bullets when I go to the gun shop, the problem is I'm always traveling lately and could still not get there and check it out.
    But I guess the price will be at least the same I mentioned earlier.
    Gun related things tend to be very expensive here compared to overseas.
    34a cp., btg. Susa, 3^ rgt. Alpini

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    I've benn to my gun shop finally. He has a rather steady flow of original bullets, pulled from milsurp ammo. 0,25€/pc.
    Not bad. As soon as I'll start running short on them, I'll go get a big bag.
    34a cp., btg. Susa, 3^ rgt. Alpini

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    The Mab & Beretta should have gone back into hiding !

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    Unfortunately my Granpa noticed and they disappeared. Both of them. We had a deep well in the rear, I bet they are rusting down there.......

    34a cp., btg. Susa, 3^ rgt. Alpini

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