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Want to sell 10 boxes of Federal 22LR 36gr CPHP

( each box is 525 rds )

********SOLD********

 

 

 

 

500 rds of 9mm 115 gr fmj

(300 winchester) (100 Freedom) (100 Blazer Aluminum)

*******SOLD******

Buyer must show current NJ drivers license and NJ FID card,  with matching info, no exceptions.  Also buyer must be willing to meet in person,  **within close proximity to Deptford Township area.**

 

1st person to post, will get the ammo. Then pm and set up meeting point.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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