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      Sunday, January 22, 2012

      Military auctions

        Military assets can be of great use to many people. If not for personal gain, then resale value could surely be in mind. It is an ongoing situation where a military branch has an excess of certain items. With this overload of surplus items, the military distributes them to a government entity, and allows them to auction off these assets. These government military surplus auctions are open to anyone. Your first notion should be-what am I trying to obtain at one of these military auctions? There are many items you can potentially own if you end up being the highest bidder. In case the bids are less you can buy products at much less prices than estimated. There are online auctions too, conducted by military surplus vendors. Place your bid for a product (for example, on gun auction sites) and wait until the timeline ends. If you are the highest bidder, then the product is yours. Such sites will bring the product at your home once you won the bid. Some products directly enter the auctions and never go to the retail shops. Such rare items could be purchased in auctions. This is a major benefit of military surplus auctions. They also sell coins sometimes.

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