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One of my students just gave me some bullets. I said I dont reload .40, he says keep them anyway. Who wants them? Magtech .40 flat nose FMJ 180gr. Please, only face to face, I dont want to ship. I am in Murfreesboro and can meet at the airport. 100 bullet bag, it is opened but appears to be almost full-ffr1910

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One of my students just gave me some bullets. I said I dont reload .40, he says keep them anyway. Who wants them? Magtech .40 flat nose FMJ 180gr. Please, only face to face, I dont want to ship. I am in Murfreesboro and can meet at the airport. 100 bullet bag, it is opened but appears to be almost full-ffr1910

Not to sidetrack, but where do I get a teaching job that students give me ammo? Lol

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