Looking for ration cold weather

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norge
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Re: Looking for ration cold weather

Post by norge » Wed Jul 05, 2017 12:10 pm

if the prices just for one ration goes that way :shock: how much would a un opened case og for ? 8)
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(btw its not for sale)

Cheers norge

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Re: Looking for ration cold weather

Post by steve1989 » Wed Jul 05, 2017 12:21 pm

norge wrote:if the prices just for one ration goes that way :shock: how much would a un opened case og for ? 8)

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(btw its not for sale)

Cheers norge
I got so excited and then read a second time it's not for sale.. dohhh! heheh :oops: :lol:

What an awesome setup, norge!
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Re: Looking for ration cold weather

Post by SNiiP3R » Wed Jul 05, 2017 3:20 pm

norge wrote:if the prices just for one ration goes that way :shock: how much would a un opened case og for ? 8)

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(btw its not for sale)

Cheers norge
Perhaps if the price is right ? ;)
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Re: Looking for ration cold weather

Post by alohakid » Wed Jul 05, 2017 3:29 pm

SOLD! $182.50 + $15.00 shipping = $197.50 Total / 31 bids.

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Re: Looking for ration cold weather

Post by alohakid » Wed Jul 05, 2017 3:33 pm

norge wrote:if the prices just for one ration goes that way :shock: how much would a un opened case og for ? 8)

66.jpg

(btw its not for sale)

Cheers norge
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Re: Looking for ration cold weather

Post by cavguy » Fri Jul 07, 2017 10:42 am

Nice poster! Once upon a time I was in 3/2 SBCT!

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Re: Looking for ration cold weather

Post by steve1989 » Fri Jul 07, 2017 5:49 pm

When you search for 7 years on something, it doesn't matter what $ it costs. As long as it doesn't end up in the wrong hands - never to be seen again. ;)
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Re: Looking for ration cold weather

Post by Oldsmokey » Sun Jul 09, 2017 3:04 pm

norge wrote:if the prices just for one ration goes that way :shock: how much would a un opened case og for ? 8)

66.jpg

(btw its not for sale)

Cheers norge


Your pictures never disappoint. Wow :shock: :shock:

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Re: Looking for ration cold weather

Post by stayCOLD87 » Tue Jul 11, 2017 9:57 am

steve1989 wrote:Looks like that fruit soup is going to cost every penny of what it's worth!

Last Rafco I traded, I took a bit in trade value for it - and I felt like I should have asked about double that. But it was to a good friend and a reviewer. Someone who filmed it.

They are worth it - they were only made for one year. Personally, I wouldn't even trade one for a K Ration. K Rations are less rare and valuable as far as I'm concerned. You don't see Rafcos every day. I see WW1 Rations pop up more often.

So if you want to get a Rafco - your best best is start reviewing - or bid 200 on that one on Ebay.


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Hey Zack - what ever happened to our deal for the Newports? I still got all your stuff in a box waiting over here. If you changed your mind, lemme know.
Steve, We have a bunch of these at my unit, I'll see if I can snag a few boxes, they're just collecting dust, for some reason a lot of guys here don't like the RCW at all, they all go for the standard MRE, I thought I was the only one who loves these things.
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Re: Looking for ration cold weather

Post by BTemple » Tue Jul 11, 2017 10:15 am

stayCOLD87 wrote:
steve1989 wrote:Looks like that fruit soup is going to cost every penny of what it's worth!

Last Rafco I traded, I took a bit in trade value for it - and I felt like I should have asked about double that. But it was to a good friend and a reviewer. Someone who filmed it.

They are worth it - they were only made for one year. Personally, I wouldn't even trade one for a K Ration. K Rations are less rare and valuable as far as I'm concerned. You don't see Rafcos every day. I see WW1 Rations pop up more often.

So if you want to get a Rafco - your best best is start reviewing - or bid 200 on that one on Ebay.


PS
Hey Zack - what ever happened to our deal for the Newports? I still got all your stuff in a box waiting over here. If you changed your mind, lemme know.
Steve, We have a bunch of these at my unit, I'll see if I can snag a few boxes, they're just collecting dust, for some reason a lot of guys here don't like the RCW at all, they all go for the standard MRE, I thought I was the only one who loves these things.
I would gladly buy a Beef Stew one from you if you could snag one!!!
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