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Sold my Glock and didn't have a chance to shoot these.


163 rounds of Remington UMC 180 Grain $45


20 rounds Winchester PDX1 165 Grain JHP $10


reasonable offers accepted. I'm in Blackwood 08012 until the end of next week and then will be moving to Cranford.


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