WTT OR 22lr for 22short, 22cb, 22lr snakeshot, or 22 WMR.

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  1. Tastes like Chicken

    Tastes like Chicken
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    I have Remington 22lr golden bullet ammo 2008 mfg.

    I’ll do a straight across trade for same number of 22 short, 22 cb, 22lr snakeshot, 22 WMR, or 22WMR snakeshot.
     
  2. shibbershabber

    shibbershabber
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    Your talking a 1:1 trade???
     
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  3. Tastes like Chicken

    Tastes like Chicken
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    Yes.
     
  4. BloodStripe75

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    How many do you want?
     
  5. Tastes like Chicken

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    On the snakeshot 150 rounds of 22 or wmr would probably be enough.

    on short, CB short, or CB long, 500+ rounds

    for WMR around 300 rounds (must be something that can be shot in a NAA mini, so armscor is out)

    I am open to smaller quantity trades of course, too.
     
  6. JohnnyHammersticks

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    The Cabelas in Tualatin has had piles of .22 lr and mag snake shot each time I have been in. Sportsmans warehouse in Tigard has had it as well.
     
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  7. RumpleForeskin

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    Wheres the secret stash?? Both recent times I've been to Cabelas, zero LR
     
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  8. JohnnyHammersticks

    JohnnyHammersticks
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    Key words being Snake Shot, I know they have it still. They have it every day. Regular .22 is really hit or miss. They had Cci standard velocity in a few days ago, but it sold out quickly.
     
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  9. Gaucho Gringo

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    .22 WRF is just as powerful in a mini with less muzzle flash and noise. How do I know? Because I have 2,000 rounds of it and no it is not FS. In a rifle barrel .22WMR is the winner but in a short barrel less than 8-10 inches the .22 WRF gets the same job done without all the extra fireworks.
     
  10. Tastes like Chicken

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    I didn't know .22 WRF was still made.
     
  11. Gaucho Gringo

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    I bought mine about 4 months into the ammo crisis. It has been made on an irregular basis for the last 20-45 years. With the current .22 ammo situation who knows when they will be made again. I only wish I had bought more .22 ammo of all kinds before the crisis. I was just pointing out that if you run across any .22 WRF don't pass it up to shoot out of a mini that is chambered in .22 WMR.
     
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