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338 win mag
The .338 Winchester Magnum is a .338 in (8.6 mm) caliber, belted, rimless, bottlenecked cartridge introduced in 1958 by Winchester Repeating Arms. It is based on the blown-out, shortened .375 H&H Magnum. The .338 in (8.6 mm) is the caliber at which medium-bore cartridges are considered to begin. The .338 Winchester Magnum is the first choice among professional brown bear (specifically grizzly bear) guides in Alaska to back up clients where a powerful stopping caliber is required on charging bears. It is also the most popular medium-bore cartridge in North America and has the most widely available choice in rifles among medium bore rifles. The action length is the same as a .30-06 and most major rifle manufacturers in the United States chamber rifles for the cartridge including the semi-automatic Browning BAR Mk II Safari, making it a very powerful combination against charging dangerous game. The cartridge was intended for larger North American big-game species and has found use as for the hunting of thin-skinned African plains-game species.
338 Win Mag, Federal Premium Safari, 250gr Woodleigh Weldcore SP
“Bigger bullets are better”
20 cartridges per box, $85
20 boxes available
Better ammunition and cheaper than you can find on ammo seek
If this post is up, it’s still available
Located near Lakewood
Please PM with your request
Winchester Model 70 Alaskan Bolt Action 338 Win Mag. This model is very hard to find and is no longer in production. FEATURES: Stainless Steel, Pre 64 Controlled Feed and Ejection, I bought this new and shot 3 rounds through it.
WTB 338 Win Mag brass for reloading. My shooting buddy just picked one up and is looking for 100 or so pieces of brass for us to reload. Either new or gently used. Please contact me so i can buy some for us to reload.
As listed above, I have 2 box's of Nosler Trophy Grade 338 Win Mag 250 gr Partition loaded ammo cartridges. These are new in box like you would expect. Nosler retails them (if they had them) for $86.30 a box. I am asking $75 per box...
338 win mag brass. 50 total pieces of unprocessed brass picked up and stored in a temp controlled environment.
I'm starting to sell brass collect from range sessions with friends.
Mixed head stamps of 2 mfgs: rp and ww
$30 with free delievery around pdx and beaverton.
Pm with cell. Same day...
That might be the longest title in the history of NWFA! It pretty much says it all. This is a beautifully made, New Haven rifle (pre bankruptcy, pre sale to FN, etc.), it came with the BOSS system, which I have retained, but I had my local smith make a seamless thread cover for it (see...
(Sale Pending 11/29/2020)
WTS (Want to Sell)
These are some Firearms in a sizeable collection available due to an inheritance from a family member earlier this year. We are looking to sell the firearms and accessories and are not looking for trades. Thank you for not making trade offers. My...
I managed to get my hands on one of the brand new T/C Compass II rifles in 338 Win Mag. This video is my first shooting and initial impressions. Please subscribe if you haven’t already. Thanks everybody!
I am selling a Ruger model 77 in 338 Win Mag.
Includes extra stock
Set of RCBS dies
100 rounds of ammo.
3x9 leupold scope.
$625 whole package.
$525 minus scope.
Will post pictures later.
I will be going out of the state next Tuesday for thrre & a half weeks to go deer hunting.
Have the following in 338 Winchester Magnum:
140 + count 1x Federal nickel brass, not processed.
200 Sierra 215grain Spitzers #2610 sealed (4X50 count)
95 Speer 200 grain softpoints #2405 1 sealed 50 count opened partial of 45 count
$150 local Marysville meet/ Snohomish Co. Or add $16 USPS...
I am currently looking to purchase 100+ same headstamp 338 Win Mag brass. So I thought I would see if anyone on here had any laying around before I break down and buy new...
Please PM details and price..
Got a savage 338 win mag, been seeing these go 600-1200, super accurate and packs on hell of a punch, i personally dont like shooting it because of how hard it kicks, looking for trades, would like a ar15 or a semi auto shotty or a fnx 45 tac
I have 3 boxes of 338 win mag - federal premium, 2 boxes of 225 grain trophy bonded bear claw, one box of 210 grain nosler partition. It's old stuff, probably late 90's - sold the rifle, didn't realize I still had this ammo.
Would take $60 for all 3 boxes, or trade for a couple boxes of 308...
Tikka T3 in the venerable 338 win mag the rifle has had about 60 rounds fired in it has factory muzzle brake and after market (thicker but pad ) it is a little over 6 lbs if I remember 6.8 lbs on the scale . I am only selling because I do not need two of them and need the room just the rifle is...
Nice Savage brush gun in 338 Win Mag. I've fired 60 rounds with it. For the size it is super easy to manage... the recoil pad is fantastic. The bolt knob is over-sized and easy to manipulate. DNZ medium rings and the basic sling are included but I'm keeping the Leupold 4x scope. $375 at an east...