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30 Cal, 7mm and 303 Bullets for reloading

Discussion in 'Ammunition Classifieds' started by 8mmman, Sep 10, 2009.

  1. 8mmman

    8mmman Seatac Member

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  2. WhyteCheddar

    WhyteCheddar East of Moscow by the Willamette Well-Known Member

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    Cant tell from the pic.
    Is there any 175gr. 7mm?
     
  3. 8mmman

    8mmman Seatac Member

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    A few hunderd 154 grain and 160 grain but no 175 sorry.
     
  4. Steel 13

    Steel 13 Auburn Member

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    Are all the .30 cals 180 gr.? I live right down the road from you in Auburn.
    Justin
     
  5. 8mmman

    8mmman Seatac Member

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    There are 180's and 200 grain bullets.
     
  6. Steel 13

    Steel 13 Auburn Member

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    Those are heavier than what I need right now. I'm looking for bullets in the 300 Sav -308 Win weight classes. And RN and FN for 30-30. I do shoot 300 Weatherby as well but I think, I'm ok on the heavyweights for now.
    Thanks for responding .
    Justin
     
  7. 8mmman

    8mmman Seatac Member

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    I got about 500 FN and RN 150 to 170 grain 3030 bullets.
     
  8. Silver Fox

    Silver Fox Puyallup, WA Well-Known Member

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    I just bought 2k 30 cal bullets from Mr. 8mm last week and they are exactly as he described. He is a good guy to business with.

    SF-