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2 boxes (20 each) of Federal Powershok 180gr soft point rounds. .300 Win Short Mag. I don't have a firearm that can shoot these.

I sent an email the the site admin asking whether or not I could post ammo, never heard back, so I thought I'd try until I hear different.

If someone can use them, great. Trying to get them out of my gun cabinet. If the "winner" wishes to donate a few bucks to offset storage, that'd be fine too. grin (I grabbed the wrong box off the store shelf and cannot return them.)

steverodd @ comcast dot net

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(I grabbed the wrong box off the store shelf and cannot return them.)

steverodd @ comcast dot net

That's an ouch to the old wallet. I do shoot a 300 wsm, but not that bullet. If'n no one picks them up, I'll take them off of your hands.

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Where is Maple Grove? I may be interested.

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NW suburbs..... 94, 494, 694 junction.... I'd be willing to meet part way...I work in Fridley if that helps. That's partway towards Oakdale....

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What time of the day do you get off? I could meet you up that way somewhere.

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usually between 4 and 5pm. My schedule is somewhat flexible......what do you have in mind?

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I'm pretty flexible myself. Don't know the area well but could meet you off 694 somewhere after work. Don't imagine you have them with you today? Tomorrow won't work but Wed or Thur would be good.

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Not with me today. I'll put them in the truck tonight. Wed or Thurs is fine by me. Let me know which you prefer. You can use my email address above if you'd rather....

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email sent. I will take them.

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Not familiar with a 300 win short mag...I shoot a 300 win magnum, is the short mag a totally different gun/bullet?

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The short mag shoots a lighter bullet at much higher speeds. It may not pack as much punch as the 300 mag, but is much better at longer distances and is still able to knock down BIG animals.

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my father owns a savage 300 winchester short magnum email me if no on will pick them up penasoccer at the HOO dot com

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Donbo and I are planning to meet Monday for the transfer. If for some reason he can't use them I'll re-post making the offer again.

Thanks,

Bassmaster.....

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Thanks again...pleasure was all mine.

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