I have Varget for Sale

Discussion in 'Reloading Classifieds' started by mestad1974, Jun 19, 2013.

  1. mestad1974

    mestad1974
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    just received 20-1lb cans of Varget. I will part with them for $50/lb.

    live and work in the pearl.
     
  2. maxord precision

    maxord precision
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    Well, your a douche bag.
     
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  3. 347mustang

    347mustang
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    Come on
     
  4. votery

    votery
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    I hope you burn in a fire of your own Varget powder.
     
  5. joken

    joken
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    Hey it's his first post and he's trying to make an impression! Seems to be workin'
     
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  6. fxdc

    fxdc
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    USPSA, SPEED STEEL, IDPA, 3 GUN

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    He made my list.
     
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  7. XSubSailor

    XSubSailor
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    I'm guessing he'll have (20) 1 lb cans for awhile at that price...probably still have them after the panic's over and end up having to sell them at less than half that price or use it himself...LOL!!
     
  8. lcb97269

    lcb97269
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    First post ever and already feeling the heat of rippoffdom. OK, I see another warning coming that seems to be a badge of honor among honest people not trying to rip others off.

    Three cheers to the rest of you who are making a stand.

    It seems that Varget is a really popular powder but it doesn't meter well because it is extruded and needs every charge to be weighed to get accurate loads, unless ,+-.5-1.0gr is all you want. Ball powders don't need the same once the meter is set and .1-.2gr accuracy per charge, hence 748, 335, 322, and many others, for less hassle, and better accuracy. The days of loading blasting ammo just to waste it are long gone, unless you have more time and money than sense.
     
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  9. cpy911

    cpy911
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    He is just trying to turn a quick $300 profit. Give the dishonest man a break.
     
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