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Lhanbryde (Gaelic: Lann Brìghde) is a village that lies four miles east of Elgin in Moray, Scotland. Previously bisected by the A96, it was bypassed in the early 1990s and now lies to the north of this busy trunk road. It had a population of 1,880 at the 2011 Census.
The origin of the name "Lhanbryde" is thought to be Pictish, meaning the "Church Place of St Bride". Why the name has emerged in modern times in its very Welsh form is unclear. The village name was recorded as Lamanbride in 1215; Lambride at the end of the 14th century; Lambry in 1600; and Longbride in 1750. One possibility might have been with the arrival of a post office in the village in 1839, a process that elsewhere fixed names in place — and sometimes changed them. Another might have been the arrival in 1858 of the railway from Elgin to Keith, on which Lhanbryde had a station.
Little remains of the church after which Lhanbryde is named. A churchyard stands above the north side of the main road in the centre of the village, but by 1796 the church that stood here — itself probably only the last in a series on the site — was in a state of ruin and was demolished.
I have 223-55gr fmj 50 round boxes that I would trade only !!! for factory 243 win ammo meet up in my town depending on what 243 win ammo would determine trade ratio . This stuff shoots nice and is first run not reloads .
Blackhills MK262 -77gr 5.56....359 rounds of the good stuff! I purchased this last summer from another nwfa member at $1.50 per round just as this ammo crisis started knowing it would be difficult to get my hands on this 700yd ammo again.
I have since sold my long range ar15’s so it’s kind of...
Blackhills factory new premium ammo
77gr 223 hollow point 150rds $187.50-Sold!!!
75gr 223 HP Match 200rds $190
68gr HP match 150rds $140
62gr Barnes TSX 350rds $437.50-Sold!!!
55gr fmj 250rds $220
55gr SP 150rds $120
350rds of Blackhills 62gr Barnes TSX.
This stuff was $1.50 per round before the ammo gouging days. Selling it at less than factory price for $500 cash, firm, no trades.
pick up in Molalla, OR. Will not ship.
400rds of Blackhills 55gr 223.
150rds sp 55gr
250rds fmj 55gr
absolutely impossible to find blackhills anywhere now. $340 for the lot, will not seperate.
Pick up in Molalla, OR. No shipping, no trades.
I have a lot of Blackhills 223/5.56 ammo for sale. I dont want to break this up, it will be sold as a lot.
150rds 77gr hollow point
191rds 75gr match hp
50rds 68gr heavy match HP
50rds 62gr Barnes TSX
50rds 55gr fmj
all factory new, 491rds total $480cash, no trades in Molalla, OR
Hoping to buy a few boxes of the Black Hills “cowboy action” .45-70 405gr (1,250 FPS). I have some of these 405gr big-boys already but want to get a bit more put up for practice this fall and then to use for reloading later on.
I’m willing to pay $40.00 a box of 20...thanks in advance.