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    Default I bought my dad a box of remingtonsp2x6 shells

    2/34 "so long ago they were only 6.49 for ten .Found em after he passed. Question is were they worth a damn? Haven't seen em in years and wonder if they still are made. Thank s!

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    What,,,

    IT SHOOTS 2X6'S??? WTF?????

    Are we having a bit of Christmas cheer while you typing away there ,,stalker1 ???

    dontworyboutit,,,,Happens to the best of us Bud,,me too right now,,

    What was your question again?

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    TWA years ago Remington loaded and sold shotgun shells with different shot shells in each load .I bought my dad a box of remingtonsp2x6 which had #2 and#6 shot in each load. Am I that old I don't remember it? Got the box of shells in front of me .only two gone.I guess they were'nt that popular.

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    Can't say I remember them either,,might be a good collector box if pristine.

    Hell I had an old Civil War era cartridge box in my cabinet and a guy gave me 250 for it and he sold it for 350 at a fun show that fall.
    He collects and sells them and he has a ton of old cartridge box's, so you never know??? I don't collect them myself and don't know squat, but they might surprise ya what they could be worth. He lives in NH so I don't see him often at all or I'd have you get a pic of it to me and have him take a look, if he ain't seen it,,it probably wasn't made!!! He'd know.
    Wish I saw him more but I don't even have his E-mail anymore it's been so long. Otherwise I might could help,,sorry Bud. Check the interweb,,, Are they paper or plastic hulls? If plastic,, not super old. But,,They could be a odd ball hard to find kinda thing that some collector might just drool over though. I've been surprised by lots of stuff before.

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    TWA not that old.plastic shells black and black brass.wild looking stuff when I bought it.ninja stuff huh!LOL!

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    TWA not that old.plastic shells black and black brass.wild looking stuff when I bought it.ninja stuff huh!LOL! Who knows what it is at the end of the day?

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    I used to have some turkey loads like that, I think they were green and black

    Remington Premier Duplex Magnum MP12H46, 12 Gauge, 3", 1-7/8 oz, 1210 fps, #4X6 Copper Plated Lead S - Able Ammo

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    Oh OK I do remember them now I see them.

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