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WTS OR My 9mm or 22 for your 357

Discussion in 'Ammunition Classifieds' started by t.huynh, Mar 24, 2014.

  1. t.huynh

    t.huynh vancouver, wa Active Member

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    Just picked up my first revolver and I can't find ANY ammo at the stores.
    Looking to trade some 9mm for 357. Will trade 100 9mm for 50 357. Brass-cased 158gr preferred.

    Have a box of Remington 225 ct 22lr that I'll trade for a box of 357.

    I have federal, WWB, Fiocchi, Wolf. All 115 gr FMJ.
     
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  2. Fast Eddie

    Fast Eddie Vancouver Well-Known Member

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    What kind of 9mm is it?
     
  3. t.huynh

    t.huynh vancouver, wa Active Member

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    I have federal, WWB, Fiocchi all 115gr plinking ammo.
     
  4. Fast Eddie

    Fast Eddie Vancouver Well-Known Member

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    Pm sent
     
  5. t.huynh

    t.huynh vancouver, wa Active Member

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    PM replied. More info added to OP.
     
  6. PuddleMonkey

    PuddleMonkey Vancouver, WA Well-Known Member

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    If you're gonna plink you might want to get some 38spl, it'll save you quite a bit of $. I don't know if you plan on carrying your new revolver, I've got a box of Hornady in 357 that looks out of place. I may have other ball 357, but if I do it's probably stacked behind 8,000 rounds of 38spl.
     
  7. t.huynh

    t.huynh vancouver, wa Active Member

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    The reason I'm looking for 357 is so I can save brass and start reloading. 38 seems equally hard to find for me though. And, I figured I'd be able to load really low powered loads for plinking. If you find that ball 357 let me know. Thanks!