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.40 S&W, .45 ACP, and some other stuff...

Discussion in 'Ammunition Classifieds' started by ltwtcmdr, Jun 7, 2009.

  1. ltwtcmdr

    ltwtcmdr East County Member

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    I have for your consideration the following:

    CCI .40 S&W 165 grain FMJ at $15 a box

    Federal .40 S&W 155 grain JHP at $25 a box

    1 box of COR BON 400 135 grain JHP $25

    Ferdeal .45 +P HST 230 grain JHP at $45 a box

    Triton .45 Super 165 grain and 230 grain JHP at $20 a box

    Federal .45 230 grain JHP at $35 a box

    Available in Gresham
     
  2. Gunner2007

    Gunner2007 Albany Member

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    Federal .45 230 grain JHP at $35 a box

    How many boxes do you have available?
     
  3. ltwtcmdr

    ltwtcmdr East County Member

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    there are 3 available
     
  4. Rugerbub

    Rugerbub OREGON Member

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    CCI .40 S&W 165 grain FMJ at $15 a box
    Triton .45 Super 165 grain and 230 grain JHP at $20 a box
    how many boxes do u have?
     
  5. PinoBoy

    PinoBoy Oak Grove Member

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    If you have four boxes of 50 rounds each, I'll take them for your asking price of $15 per. :thumbup:
     
  6. moparmike440

    moparmike440 SW WA Member

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    I'll take some of the 45 HST
     
  7. ltwtcmdr

    ltwtcmdr East County Member

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    Sorry I did'nt get back to you, I have 1000 rounds left
     
  8. ltwtcmdr

    ltwtcmdr East County Member

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    Sorry I did not get back to you, I have 6 boxes each of the 230 and 165 grain Triton .45 Super and 1000 rounds of the CCI .40
     
  9. Petes

    Petes Active Member

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    I will take 4 boxes of the 40sw 165 if you have some left. Pls pm me
    thanks
     
  10. NK777

    NK777 West of Portland Member

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    Just a warning here... You do not want to shoot that 165gr 45 Super through an unmodified 45. It probably won't hurt you but it might hurt your gun.
     
  11. ltwtcmdr

    ltwtcmdr East County Member

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    Do Not fire this ammo in a compact or sub compact weapon, full size guns only !!!
    You must use either a 20-22 lb recoil spring or a standard 16 lb spring with a heavy
    Recoil Reducer like the “Springco COR-BON model” for hot loads.
    If you want to run “Super” rated ammo you must increase the spring rates, if you
    choose to use a heavy spring without a Reducer, recommend also using a Shock Buff.
     
  12. hueys66

    hueys66 Central Oregon Member

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    ltwtcmdr is a straight shooter on his dealin's.
     
  13. ltwtcmdr

    ltwtcmdr East County Member

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    Do Not fire this ammo in a compact or sub compact weapon, full size guns only !!!
    You must use either a 20-22 lb recoil spring or a standard 16 lb spring with a heavy
    Recoil Reducer like the “Springco COR-BON model” for hot loads.
    If you want to run “Super” rated ammo you must increase the spring rates, if you
    choose to use a heavy spring without a Reducer, recommend also using a Shock Buff.
     
  14. NK777

    NK777 West of Portland Member

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    Correct, do not fire 45 Super loadings without modification. It will beat your pistol to death. I use a Dual recoil spring system with 28lb main recoil spring, 16lb buffer spring, extra heavy duty firing pin spring, and a shock buff in a full size steal framed 1911. You'd be suprised at just how shootable this gun is despite the Super-charged loading. :thumbup:

    Do you still have the 45 Super BTW? I typically reload for it but I can never have to much brass. Is it $20's for a box of 50?
     
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