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1K rounds of 9mm- Austin

Discussion in 'Gun Accessories & Ammo' started by RobsterCraw, Apr 20, 2015.

  1. RobsterCraw

    RobsterCraw Active Member

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    I purchased way too much. I have a sealed case of Freedom 9mm 115gr FMJ reman. $200

    Text me at 51two six 5 6 four 4 zero eight.
     


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  2. subseashooter

    subseashooter Use Your Imagination..... Lifetime Member

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    Good price. If this lasts 36 hours, I'll be in Austin and I'll hit you up.


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  3. Code3GT

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    Damn, I just ordered 1k from them
     
  4. preyn2

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    If I hadn't spent $600 fixing vehicles today, I'd relieve you of your problem.

    My birthday is tomorrow. No kidding. Hint.
     
  5. Mreed911

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    I'll take it. PM sent/text sent. Just ordered a CX4 carbine, so I'll be going through more 9mm.
     
  6. RobsterCraw

    RobsterCraw Active Member

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    One case is sold. I'm letting another go. Come and get it
     
  7. Mreed911

    Mreed911 TGT Addict

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    Rick - you can take this one, or we can still split the first one. Your call.
     
  8. BIGPAPIGREG

    BIGPAPIGREG TGT Addict

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    well since I'm not too bright, I gotta ask, how many rounds are in a case?
     
  9. Mreed911

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    First post. 1000 rounds (it's in the title). It's in the subject so it may not show right on mobile devices.
     
  10. coachrick

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    Yeah...it's not like a 'brick' of 22lr and all its various amounts...A 'case' of 9mm is 1000 rounds. Could be bulk packed(unusual) or boxes of 50(more likely) or boxes of 100(less likely).
    The Freedom case Mike and I split was two 500rnd 'half cases' divided into retail-looking 50 round boxes...good to go!

    Now, tennis balls are another story ;)....Back in the olden days, we referred to a 'gross' of tennis balls as a 'case'...that was: 48 cans of three balls each...144(a gross) tennis balls in one box. Along came the packaging/shipping/retailing engineers who decided a 'half'-case...24 cans was a WHOLE lot easier to handle/store/stack/display and so anyone entering the tennis 'business' after the mid-'80s would call a 'half-case' of tennis balls a 'case', since that's how they were packaged. Quite a difference when some youngster would order a dozen 'cases' of tennis balls for a tournament and get HALF what he thought or TWICE what he thought he ordered! Not at all unusual in the days of answering machines!!! to get a message from a pro saying "Hey, Rick...I need 10 cases of clay court balls for a tournament that starts TOMORROW!" Needless to say(depending on the age of the pro), a follow-up phone call was in order. ;)

    I wonder if a 'pallet' of ammo is a certain round count??? A 'pallet' of 45 cal would be quite different from a 'pallet' of .380...either varying widely in weight and volume or round count(not to mention a 'pallet' of 22lr.

    Did I mention the time I stopped by the pizza joint to pick up a pizza for dinner? A young lady arrived at the same time and as we approached the pizza chef who was removing our pizzas from the wood-fired brick oven, he asked the young lady if she wanted her pizza cut into 8 slices or 12. She thought for a moment and said: "Just cut it into 8...we aren't hungry enough to eat TWELVE slices of pizza!"
     


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