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    40S&W ammo


    Range ammo

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    200rds Win white box 165gr FMJ-$60

    218+rds Georgia Arms180gr FMJ-
    $54 loosely bagged
    150rds Federal 180gr FMJ-
    $45
    50 rds Blazer Brass 180gr FMJ-
    $15

    SD ammo

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    50rds
    Winchester Ranger T-Series 165gr HP-$35
    25rds Rem Golden Saber 165gr HP-
    $25
    25rds Speer Gold Dot 155gr HP-$20 loosely bag/no box but have label

    Local pickup
    Will discount if you buy it all

    EDIT:
    AMMO is sold.

    I also have an Unfired Lone Wolf SS Glock 20 .357 Sig barrel(standard length) and one box of WWB 125gr FMJ ammo for $125.
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    replied to everyone via pm.


    will update as soon as I know for sure.
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    There is no such thing as too much ammo.
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    ixtow wrote:
    There is no such thing as too much ammo.
    +1 Only too little ammo.

    If Iwas still in VA I'd be all over some of it.
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    ixtow wrote:
    There is no such thing as too much ammo.
    Those who aren't close to getting there only claim this.:P
    Beside, I'm ditching or have ditched all my guns chambered in .40 SW.

    Didn't think it would take long to get rid of.

    The bulk .357Sig ammo I had was even easier to get rid of.
    Still have a Glock 20 conversion barrel(.357 SIg)and one box of ammo for sale.

    EDIT:
    The ammo is spoken for, buyer is picking it up this afternoon.

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    maybe you should have held onto it awhile longer.

    http://www.gunreports.com/news/ammo/...CE_1460-1.html

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    If that creates a shortage I may decide to release some of my stocks.

    http://i176.photobucket.com/albums/w.../ammoshelf.jpg

    stay safe.

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    StormBringer wrote:
    maybe you should have held onto it awhile longer.

    http://www.gunreports.com/news/ammo/...CE_1460-1.html
    That article was published back in August... and .40 S&W is by far the most consistently available ammo at my 3 local Walmarts, so it would appear to be having no affect whatsoever.

    .380 on the other hand... I still haven't seen a single box of range quality .380 in any Walmart since the election.

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    StormBringer wrote:
    maybe you should have held onto it awhile longer.

    http://www.gunreports.com/news/ammo/...CE_1460-1.html
    Naw, I still have quite a bit (3000rds) of Speer 165gr Gold Dots.
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    skidmark wrote:
    If that creates a shortage I may decide to release some of my stocks.

    http://i176.photobucket.com/albums/w.../ammoshelf.jpg

    stay safe.

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