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WOW, I went to 3 different outfitters and found NO Hornady's SST's 2 3/4 slugs in stock!! shocked.gif

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c&amagn

Wow, 12ga or 20ga. I have 2 brand new 12GA. boxes just bought this year if your interested? PM me if so. $20.00

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TrophyEyes

Gander Mtn has a huge stock of them. I just bough 6 boxes.

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I was looking for 12gauge 2 3/4 inch Hornady 300 grain SST's for rifled barrel but I could not find any at any of the gander mountains I went to.

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smilee_54

fleet farm in rochester had them too.

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xedge2002

go to fleet farm I was at the st cloud one yesterday and they still had a lot of Hornady's there. Not sure if they are the exact one's you are looking for but they had several shelves full of them.

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thanks but I'm way over in oakdale!! That would be a hike for me!! I still have 14 shells but I need to sight in the benelli!

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skee0025

They had them at the Sportsmans Warehouse in woodbury when I was out there on monday.

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fishinalot

Sportsmans warehouse in Coon Rapids has them.

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They had them at the Sportsmans Warehouse in woodbury when I was out there on monday.


I'll have to stop by there tonight!!

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