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for-sale 40 s&w, 41 Magnum & 10 MM Ammo

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Winchester Super X 41 Magnum Factory Ammo
This is older stuff I had socked back for a rainy day :)
500 rounds and for now I only want to sell as a lot

$500

Remington 10mm Factory Ammo
500 rounds and for now I only want to sell as a lot

$200

 

I also have hundreds of rounds of 40 s&w PD ammo for sale. ( SEE PICS) pm me for more information on that.

FTF in east tn preferred but I travel often so other arrangements can be made.

I will be heading to Nashville from the Knoxville area on Wednesday June 20th for a turn & burn trip for anyone interested in getting together. I head down early that morning and often leave the south Nashville area after 1 or so Nashville time. This goes for any of my ads of guns, acc, etc that I have listed.

 

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