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Anyone know the status of Wildcat Bullets?

 
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Old 08-02-2012, 11:42 AM
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Anyone know the status of Wildcat Bullets?

Back when Clint Starke was the owner he was making some of the best flat-based groundhog bullets.
He called them "Red Prairie" bullets.
Worked great in a 22-250, 222 and even my 308.

I need more.
The new owners of WB haven't changed their home page in years and am wondering if those bullets will ever be available again.
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