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300 TOMAHAWK BRASS

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300 TOMAHAWK BRASS

I was wondering if someone had a piece of brass from a 300 Tomahawk they would be willing to part with? Possibly one with a loose primer pocket that you might just throw away. Thinking about having one made and would like to see the cartridge and compare it with my 300 RUM. I would gladly pay shipping and handling. Thank you in advance,
Wayne
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    Re: 300 TOMAHAWK BRASS

    Wayne,

    If you don't get any takers. I should have my 300 Tomahawk by May, I hope. Waiting on Lilja to finish the barrel now.

    I'm sure I'll have plenty of fireformed brass soon after I get the rifle done. [img]images/icons/grin.gif[/img]

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    Thanks Tim, some day maybe we can get together and do some shooting/hunting. How did your javelina hunt go? I hunted in unit 33 and stayed at a friends house who live in Pomerene (unit 32). The only javelina I saw within shooting distance ( had the HAM hunt, using Encore Pistol in 308) was behind his house in a farmers field. Take care and thanks again.
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    Re: 300 TOMAHAWK BRASS

    Those ugly little pigs are whipping my butt!

    I changed my mind at the last minute and decided for the 30A hunt. Right across the road in 30B I can find them all over the place. I haven't seen one on this side of the road in over two weeks now. [img]images/icons/mad.gif[/img]

    I did so much walking over the weekend, I stayed in on Monday to ease the pain in my legs. Got up this morning and the wind was blowing 30 MPH, so I stayed in and worked on taxes.

    Maybe Menyana
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    Re: 300 TOMAHAWK BRASS

    Send me your address and I'll send you a piece.

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