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Ammo is GONE!: 2-300 rounds of Remington .22lr ammo

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I have about 8 to 10 boxes of assorted .22lr ammo, all Remington. Some subsonic, std & supersonic. Its in good shape, kept hi & dry. I only run match grade 22 now so it can go, im in pennsauken 08109, must have FID & matchin DL.

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