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    I just ordered 500 rounds of Winchester 180gr Bonded HP ammo from Ammoman.com. All reports is that this is factory over run LEO ammo and uses the PDX1 bullet and nickel plated cases. They have a killer deal on it, $249/500.

    I really don't need 500 rounds of SD ammo, but it was a good deal, and not too much more than what range ammo is going for these days. Anyway, curious if anyone is interested in any of it.

    $25/box of 50, or trade for top quality 9mm, .357, or .45 SD ammo (Gold Dot, Ranger, Double Tap, etc. ) box for box. I can meet just about anywhere between Lake Stevens and Renton. It should arrive late next week and I am willing to part with as much as 300 rounds of it.

    Here is the ammoman link if you anyone wants to look at it. Best contact is via PM.

    http://www.ammoman.com/webstore_40.htm

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    i might take a box, will see when you get them in your hand.

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    I would take two boxes in mukilteo if it's new ammo. PM me when you get it and I'll meet you.

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    I currently carry Federal HST 180 grain for SD.

    Anyone know how this stuff stacks up against it?

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    jddssc121 wrote:
    I currently carry Federal HST 180 grain for SD.

    Anyone know how this stuff stacks up against it?
    There is a thread about the two over on GlockTalk, as to be expected, folks disagree...

    http://www.glocktalk.com/forums/show....php?t=1001718


    Here is some info about the round...

    http://www.shootingillustrated.com/A...dgun/pdx1.html

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    I used to carry the HST 180gr and now carry the PDX1 180gr. In my opinion the recoil and accuracy of the Winchester PDX1 round is better. My follow up shots are quicker and more accurate using the PDX1. As far as ballistics go neither one is a bad choice.

    Also the price is outstanding.
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    Ammo arrived today- anyone interested, let me know. Can meet in the Lake Stevens area or the Renton Highlands (near Renton Vo-Tech).

    $25/box of 50 rounds- this is ten cents a box over what I paid for it, so no I am not willing to do any traveling to meet. You need to come to me.

    I have 6 boxes I will part with (300 rounds).

    email me at 911Boss<at>comcast<dot>net if interested



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    I'm interested in as much you want to sell.

    Please let me know if you would like to meet tomorrow, thanks!

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    Looks like it is all spoken for at this point (sorry HeesBonafide, it was spoken for before your post).

    If anyone backs out or is unable to complete in the next week or so, I'll bump this.

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