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    .30 remington

    Was moving things around in the reloading room and found a full box of .30 Remington rounds in the original box. These are factory loaded. Don't know when they came into my possession or how.
    If someone can use them, I will give them away for the shipping cost.
    And yes I will put them in a small flat rate box, so that is about $7.00 now. Thing will be just fine.
    PM if you would like them

    uncle jimbo

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    someone's looking to fill their in box
    it's all an educated guess,,,, till the trigger is pulled.

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    Mark those mine,PM me an addy so I can send you your $...Onceabull
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    onceabull get them pending payment.

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    A great deal. I've been hoarding 32 Remington but missed this.
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    I have never owned any rifle in .32 Remington but took the opportunity a few years ago to buy a Remington box of unprimed new brass at a store that had them on the shelf. This was for the "just in case" event that I should ever have the need for them. Time passed. My opportunity never arrived. One of my friends owns a Remington pump rifle in .32 Remington so I gave them to him. He is something of a "early production" enthusiast. The most modern firearm he owns was built in the 1940's (pre '64 Model 70 in 270). We still occasionally gift each other with excess materials we have on hand.

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    Once this ammo is reduced to MT's ,the cases will be 32 Rem.in their next life..Hopefully a few whitetails will have paid the price from the first app.. Onceabull
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    onceabull, clean out your PM box. I sent you some important info that you need to know and your box is full.

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    Fixed !!. I hope !! Thx.for the alert. Hope the PM did not involve $, as your $ were already in the hands of USPS.
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    Resent PM. No nothing to do with money, mostly my over site. read the PM and PM me what you would like to do.

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    I'm thinking we found ways/means to giterdone !!!
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    I have never owned a 32 rem anything either, but I have the dies and even a little brass, just in case, the same goes for the 25 rem. lol

    My old M 14 in 30 rem is a neat little walk around carbine, with an action that is just plain slick, plus they work well for leftys.

    I have 3 1/2 boxes of the old silver tip ammo, but have no desire to shoot it, as I have enough brass to probably last me, including a couple of bags of new brass.

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