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SPFi have over 1350 cast .44 bullets . i received these in a trade I was going to melt them for my own casting need but i figured I'd offer them here 1st. they are not sized and lubed.this is the company that cast them (they've changed names since these where bought)
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they also no longer offer the 210 grn it seems ..


things i'm lookin for

brass/bullets
357 mag
25 auto
257 weatherby mag
7.62x54r

magazines
ruger p94 9mm
xd 40 or 45
ruger standard 22lr
savage model 93r17 17hmr
ruger 10/22 steel lips

bullet casting molds
luber sizer

ammo
9x18
30/40 krag
7.62x54r
9mm makarov
17 hmr

dies
9mm makarov

rcbs shell holders
13 29 16

shotgun reloading supplies
steel or lead shot
wads

and as always i'm open to offers .. i got most of this through bartering.. so shot me a pm
 

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I checked there website and they don't show any 210 grain lead bullets. Can you tell me more about these. And do you know how hard they are? Thanx Chris
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yes i looked @ the sight before i posted and they do not make them anymore. as far as hardness i do not know, the person that bought them said " 1378 cast bullets,44 caliber, 210 grain, not sized, not lubed. They have a lower amount of antimony so are softer than what is considered "hard cast".
 
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