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340 rounds of what appears to be once fired 30/30 Winchester various headstamps mostly Remington and Winchester . Some is deprimed most isn't . 100 rounds comes in factory boxes the rest comes in reusable MTM style boxes .
Want to enjoy your range time more or stay organized for your multi gun event?
I have two extra MTM Black boxes that I have loaded up with 10x new Magpul Gen2 30-round magazines, 3x new Glock 17-round magazines, and 7x new 33-round magazines.
Ready to go without ammo at $375 or all...