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Old 12-21-2008, 07:11 PM
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long term availability

of the 200 gr wildcat bullets,
Its time for a new load, the latest whitetail taken at 1350 yds proved the accubonds, though a very good bullet are fast running out of steam at that range.
So as I see it my choices are the 180 berger or the 200 wildcats, I read that richard sold wildcat bullets so whats your guys prognosis on the availability of them in the future? thanks all!
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Old 12-21-2008, 07:27 PM
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Re: long term availability

Another choice is Bob Cauterucio's 176 gr and 195 gr VLD's.

I have used the 176 for about 5 years. But when my supply runs out I will be trying the Bergers.
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Old 12-21-2008, 07:58 PM
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Re: long term availability

Len,
Do you have Bob's contact info as I also am wanting to try the 7mm 195's because of the lack of availability of the Wildcat 7mm 200's.
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Re: long term availability

Not Len but the last I heard it was: bcbullets@sbcglobal.net and 650-583-1550
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Re: long term availability

I just received my shipment from Bob a short while ago, and he no longer makes the 176 grain 7mm bullet. AS far as I know he makes only the 189 in the 7mm vld. The 189 is the same dimensions of his old 176, but he now fills the jacket with amalgum.

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Re: long term availability

Bob Cauterucio phone 650-583-1550
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Re: long term availability

Jeff, what is amalgum in this case and what is the BC of the 189?
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