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Anybody else have experience with them? We got to burn through a ton of them doing MOUT in the Corps. Is there any civilian restrictions on having or using them? I'm fairly sure to use the M9 Beretta rounds you need a different "blue barrel", but I could be totally off. Knowledge on owning, using; opinions, stories welcome!
 

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pretty sure they are near impossible to get your hands on short of official govt use.

ive never come across any for sale on the open market. they wont sell it to civis either if i recall

its a grey market item at best
 

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thanks kmussack never occured to me lol. I'd rather talk to you guys than the google machine.

Via google, there doesn't seem to be any ban on civilian sales of them. My LGS guy that I talk to has said there doesn't seem to be any problem with buying/selling, and the rounds are all over gun broker for sale as well.

Once I get my post count up I may have a friend who may have some he's willing to part with..:cool:
 

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They are expensive, hard to obtain if not LEO, and they hurt worse than paintballs.
 

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streichers only sells to govt and LEO last I saw from their catalog. Also the conversion kits are pretty expensive as well. I used them in the Corps as well and they were fun.
 
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Ha yeah they hurt, that's why we used 'em wearing full sapi's and all. They leave one helluva welt though!
 
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