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Re: Do you have a Canadian Tire # for that qty:750?


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Posted by Sidney (24.222.162.157) on September 26, 2009 at 11:45:20:

In Reply to: Re: When does Wal*Mart and Canadian Tire have ammo sales? posted by Eric on September 26, 2009 at 11:12:50:

Hi Eric, thanks for your advice and sorry for your bad experience but here in Nova Scotia there is no law permitting gun supply stores from asking such questions and storing info.

Here they ask to see your PAL or POL licence and that's it. I would like to order the .22LR rimfire Federal Bulk Pack in quantity of 750 but the local Canadian Tire stores don't carry it.

Do you mind calling any of your local CT Tire stores and asking them for the CT part #? it should be something starting with 75-XXXX-XX. Thanks.

These are the prices as of Mon, Dec 15, 2008 in my local area for similar bulk packs:

Wal*Mart # 002946505729=$20.94+tx
Canadian Tire # 75-1196=$22+tx

Quantity: 525=Blue colored box=Federal Ammo Premium Bulk Pack, 36 grains copper washed hollow point (small hole)


Canadian Tire # 75-1302-8=$22+tx

Quantity: 500=Blue colored box=Federal Ammo Brick Pack, 40 grains copper washed

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Wal*Mart # 002089210127=$16.96+tx
Canadian Tire # 75-1203-4=$18+tx

Quantity: 500=White colored box=Winchester X-Pert 22 Hollow Points, 36 grains
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Wal*Mart # 00208921016=$17.96

Quantity: 500=Anyone know what color?=Winchester Dynapoints, 40 grains copper washed lead & not lubed # WD22LR (same as Wildcats=WW22LR



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