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  1. I have the following ammo available NIB: 20 boxes (50 rounds) of CCI Blazer 9mm 115 grain brass Ammo $35.00 a box plus shipping. 4 boxes (50 rounds) of CCI Blazer 9mm 124 grain brass Ammo $35.00 a box plus shipping. 2 boxes (50 rounds) of Remington 9mm 115 grain brass Ammo $35.00 a box plus shipping. All ammo is shipped via UPS ground. 1-4 boxes shipping is $15.00 5-9 boxes shipping is $25.00 If you buy 10 or more boxes I will ship for free. I Will only ship inside the continental U.S. Will not ship to California, Massachusetts, New York, Washington D.C., Connecticut, New Jersey and Illinois. Local pickup available in Orlando, FL. I accept Paypal, Venmo, Cashapp, cash, check, or money order. There will be a 3% fee for Paypal, Venmo and Cashapp. DM me with any questions. Thanks, Adam
  2. Hello Friends im looking for a local florida deal, I need several buckets of 9mm brass. I will also buy or trade for unsorted brass. I can pay cash or trade guns/factory ammo. Or trade buckets of different sorted brass. I have several SMGs in 9mm and need more brass to keep them fed. Thanks, Beau 4106933036
  3. SAKO .380 Auto Ammo

    Premium SAKO .380 auto ammo, 95 gr. FMJ round nose, brass case, packaged in 50-rd retail boxes, $219 per 1,000 rds (20 boxes) plus flat rate shipping of $27 per order to the lower 48, several thousand rounds available, great deal if you have to feed an M11 subgun. If interested, please contact me directly at xanthus@asia.com. Thanks for looking. Bob
  4. Fits the US Small Primer Assy for US shells up to 75mm & 25x194R (Puteaux, Hotchkiss). 1/2" in diameter x 3-1/8" long. Fine thread screws on top of primer assy. FYI: The purpose of flas tubes is to assure instaneous, uniform full ignition, preventing partial or retarded powder ignition causing detonation. Hard to find. $5 ea, I have 27. USPMO please, Buyer pays US flat rate small box shipping. Thanks, R.Leyshion, Jr.
  5. I am looking for a 90 degree barrel facing cutter, preferably for a Brownell's type hand tool, for a .44 revolver. This would be used to cut the breech gap for a new replacement barrel as opposed to a cutter used for muzzle facing. A cutter for a .45 would work just as well I'd think. I've considered the muzzle facing cutters that I've seen available, but most are too long to fit within the cylinder block of the revolver frame. If you'd also have a steel or brass pilot guide in .44, I'm interested in that as well. Thanks. Stephen