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460 Rounds XM193 Federal 5.56 REDUCED

Discussion in 'Ammunition Classifieds' started by dog, Jan 25, 2013.

  1. dog

    dog Seattle Member

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    460 rounds XM193 Federal 5.56 ammo. now $350.

    Trades considered...
    Smith & Wesson lightweight .38 or .357
    AR lower
     
  2. dog

    dog Seattle Member

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    Reduced to $350.
     
  3. bigphil

    bigphil Gig Harbor, WA New Member

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    OBO...I'll give ya $230 cash and a big mac w/ fries.
     
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  4. dog

    dog Seattle Member

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    You're all heart big pill... :D
     
  5. JFever

    JFever Edmonds,WA New Member

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    I'd do $300
     
  6. dog

    dog Seattle Member

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    Still available
     
  7. dog

    dog Seattle Member

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    up
     
  8. Nutz503

    Nutz503 PDX Member

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    just above you is a FS for a full case of PMC for 650. the guy is raising money for his daughter who was just diagnosed with leukemia. if I needed more 5.56 I sure as hell know where I'd be spending my money
     
  9. Looking for knowledge

    Looking for knowledge Camas-Vancouver Wa. Member

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    For a good cause and about $0.10 a round cheaper.
     
  10. dog

    dog Seattle Member

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    Gentlemen, while I appreciate the bumps I believe this is known as thread crapping. I respectfully suggest you put your money where your mouths are and go buy Nad1967's ammo. I agree it is for a good cause and I'm sure it will be appreciated much more than your efforts are here.