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Old 01-13-2013, 11:55 PM   #21
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I'm not comfy but I have more than some. Fourtunatly I was a police rangemaster and when I ordered Ammo I added extra on my own dime. 5.95 each for a box of 50 Win Ranger .40.

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The bright side. I have never seen so much brass at the local range. Yours for just picking it up. Reloading keeps your stash supplied when things get tight.. Just stock up on primers, powder and bullets (Berry's are good).

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