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Reloading ? (Pole)

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Unread 03-18-2002, 08:49 PM
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Reloading ? (Pole)

IF, there was a company that could ship to you in small, say 5,10or 20 round lots of the powder and bullets you are wanting to try out for load testing would you use the service?


10-.257 nosler 85gr blist tips

10-54gr. of H-4350 total 540 gr of powder.

Cost for powder, bullets and shipping:

Total= $16.00 shipped.

Comparison: From a local store

1-lb H-4350 $18.90

1box 100ct. $20.99

Total/tax $39.98

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Unread 03-18-2002, 11:43 PM
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Re: Reloading ? (Pole)

No. Even if a particular bullet/powder combo doesn't click in my current gun, it'll still get used up one way or another, either thru trying another bullet or powder mix, or thru swapping a can of this for a box of those w/ a couple of my buddies. Even if I didn't, paying half the price for 1/10th the rounds doesn't add up in my world.

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