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WTS WA Full pistol progressive reloading set + ammo. Set up for .357 Magnum.

Discussion in 'Reloading Classifieds' started by Dannicus, Nov 1, 2014.

  1. Dannicus

    Dannicus Tacoma Active Member

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    Sale pending.


    Currently equipped to load .357 Magnum. Hate to get rid of this stuff, but my dog needs surgery. No trades please.

    $400

    Includes:
    Lee pro 1000 Progressive Press
    Lee .38/.357 handloader
    Hornady scale
    Frankford Arsenal Bullet Puller
    Frankford Arsenal Media Tumbler and separator
    500 HSM CPFP .357 projectiles
    1 full brick of CCI Small Pistol Primers
    Lee Powder measure kit
    1lb of Longshot Powder
    2 Case Guard 100 round boxes
    Plus a bunch of reloads:
    392 rounds of .357 Magnum (125gr CPFP over 8.7gr of Longshot.)
    248 Rounds of .38 Special +P (125gr CPFP over 7gr of Longshot.)

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  2. Benchrest

    Benchrest The Desert Planet Well-Known Member

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    $?
     
  3. Bealzybub

    Bealzybub Portland Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    I dont know what the issue is with your pooch but I'll tell ya what. My dog had to have a surgery and it was gonna be $2000 here in town, up front. Theres a vet in Cave Junction Oregon, thats right, Dr Joe, everyone down there knows him. He did the surgery for $150. Its a nice clinic and he's no hack.
     
  4. Dannicus

    Dannicus Tacoma Active Member

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    It's the dog equivalent of a torn ACL.
     
  5. warnerwh

    warnerwh Portland, OR Member

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    My friend just had his dog in for surgery. He found some vet out of town towards mount hood that did it for a tenth of what they wanted in town. It was for the dogs leg.
     
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  6. Lilhigbee

    Lilhigbee SE Portland Visit Target550.com Gold Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Good luck with your pooch!!
     
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  7. Dannicus

    Dannicus Tacoma Active Member

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    Thanks for the support, guys!
     
  8. IronMonster

    IronMonster Washington Opinionated Member Diamond Supporter

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    We had the same deal Lihigbee The Vet here in Seattle wanted $3000 to do surgery on our dogs knees, We had it dont by my home town country vet in Idaho for $350
     
  9. twoclones

    twoclones Tri-Cities, WA Well-Known Member

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    My girlfriend bought health insurance for out dogs (about $300 per year each). It seemed extravagant to me and then one of them got cancer. :( Saved us several thousand $