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Light Varmint, where are you?

 
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Old 11-04-2008, 06:59 PM
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Re: Light Varmint, where are you?

[QUOTE=MagMan;237584]Hopefully I will have some proof ie. video, pictures and a taste test after the 15th. I have many does to whack.[/QUO

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Old 11-04-2008, 07:13 PM
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Re: Light Varmint, where are you?

tillroot1, I don't remember off hand which bullets you purchased but I'd be willing to trade 300 grain SMK's 2 to 1 for say 50 of the .338 280's or 265's if that's what you had.

It's tough to kill 10+ deer and do load development with only 10 bullets.

Let me know what you think as I am interested in putting this to bed. In all seriousness, no flame intended.

Thank You
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Old 11-04-2008, 07:17 PM
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tillroot1, I don't remember off hand which bullets you purchased but I'd be willing to trade 300 grain SMK's 2 to 1 for say 50 of the .338 280's or 265's if that's what you had.

It's tough to kill 10+ deer and do load development with only 10 bullets.

Let me know what you think as I am interested in putting this to bed. In all seriousness, no flame intended.

Thank You
magman, I have both the 265s and the 280s. a full box of the 265 grains and a partial box of the 280 grain bullets give or take around 40 or 50. BUT they are both from the old off the shelf dies that are now obsolete and retired. Ron Tilley
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