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Jacketed Bullets

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by ken1okie, Jun 29, 2012.

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  1. ken1okie

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    I've got a ton of jacketed rifle (hunting) bullets in .257 through .458 calibers. Numerous manufactures. $12-14/hundred for most common weights and calbers a bit more for large calibers. No target bullets. No .22 bullets.
    Most .30 calibers left are heavier weights. Large amount of 7MM and 8MM plus quite a few .380 and 9MM jacketed pistol bullets. I can ship quite a few in USPS flat rate boxes pretty cheap. PM me for you wants. Prefer to ship at least 500 at a time.

    Thanks,
    Ken
     
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    Ken....... Check your PM....... Dan
     
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    Ken,
    What weights do you have in 257 and 30 cal.and Mfg. ? Bill2
     
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    Thanks to everyone for your inquiry's. Most bullets are SPF
    with the exception of .270 and 8MM which I still have a good selection.

    Thanks again,
    Ken
     
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