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I have for sale :

1000 rounds Federal American Eagle 9MM 124 Grain. All in original boxes. ASKING $600

500 Rounds Federal Premium 9mm Luger HST HP 124 Grain, all in original boxes. ASKING $450

1000 Rounds PMC 223 Remington 55 Grain in unopened case. Asking $550

600 Rounds / 200 round cases each of Federal LE223T1 55 Grain Tactical Bonded.  $150 per case firm.

Located in Forked River, will meet at parkway exit 74 or local to me. I do have a small bit of room but please no silly offers.

FIRST "Ill TAKE IT" gets whichever ammo they are interested in.

PLEASE PM ME WITH ANY OFFERS

 

Thanks

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