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    good thing i worked overtime last week!
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    Give them lead eh? Those look like Barnes Expander Copper Sabot Slugs... Oh well. At least you can get the lead out of the condor zone with them and your rifled shotgun barrel. :P

    Don't forget the TS Gunshow (Nordykes) in San Jose the 20th and 21st.

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    i enjoyed the cow palace, like always though the ammo line was pretty long,but worth it , came out of there with a few more magazines and a decent amount of 9mm's and .45acp

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    What are the ammo prices like?

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    If you decide to open carry at the gun show, you MUST adhere to PC 12071.4:

    (g) No person at a gun show or event, other than security
    personnel or sworn peace officers, shall possess at the same time
    both a firearm and ammunition that is designed to be fired in the
    firearm. Vendors having those items at the show for sale or
    exhibition are exempt from this prohibition.
    Don't buy any .40 cal ammo while carrying your .40 cal pistol.
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    Consider moving to New Hampshire as part of the Free State Project.

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    the booth was wholesale ammo, Miwall corp from grass valley ca, long ass line for them. new bulk 9mm 147gr fmj 500rds 105.95 bulk new 250 rds .45 acp 230gr fmj 99.95

    they came in dry boxes for bulk purchase but were winchester white boxes. plus 19.05 for cow palace sales tax. total =$ 224.95 plus at another booth i bought 2 glock 21 mags and 2 glock 17 mags which were 20.99 each .

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    nerdyvirgin wrote:
    the booth was wholesale ammo, Miwall corp from grass valley ca, long ass line for them. new bulk 9mm 147gr fmj 500rds 105.95 bulk new .45 acp 230gr fmj 99.95

    they came in dry boxes for bulk purchase but were winchester white boxes. plus 19.05 for cow palace sales tax. total =$ 224.95 plus at another booth i bought 2 glock 21 mags and 2 glock 17 mags which were 20.99 each .
    If you have that much ammo, you may end up on the terrorist watch list.
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    haha i hope not, i usually buy more,besides we are planning a shooting range social at my work to go shooting next month, .so far about 12 of us goin for sure, i love progun coworkers. about half of them in my dept owns firearms. i might need to get more ammo to make sure my boss has plenty to shoot , if she happy maybe i can get a raise?.

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