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Modern-day counterpart to WC872?

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Unread 05-09-2006, 09:44 AM
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Re: Modern-day counterpart to WC872?

JKO I get mine from Pats Reloading. Just bought 24 pounds a couple months ago.
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    Unread 05-09-2006, 11:25 AM
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    My thanks to you, too. [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]

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    Buffalobob provided the link to the other thread, but heres the direct link:
    http://www.iidbs.com/hitech.zkb
    $36 for 8lbs. The differance in price will almost pay for the hazmat shipping fees compared to the others if you buy all you can ship on a hazmat, 32lbs. Plus Dan is a great guy to boot. When I was in town, he offered to bring it to his house from the wharehouse, to save me the extra drive time.
    Have you tried this powder before? Ive got a sneaky but totally legal way to get you some if you haven't... enough for some testing at least.
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    Re: Modern-day counterpart to WC872?

    abinok:

    No, I haven't.

    I've been using Hodgdon H870, because that was what the rifle's original owner used; I received quite a bit of loaded ammunition when I purchased it, as well as brass and bullets, and loading data was included.

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    Re: Modern-day counterpart to WC872?

    That link is OOC.

    Also Googled and it was OOC also.

    Guess its dead........
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    Re: Modern-day counterpart to WC872?

    It just OCC for people in Idaho. The rest of us can see it.


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    Well!! Poop!!
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    Unread 05-14-2006, 07:53 AM
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    Re: Modern-day counterpart to WC872?

    JKO,
    I could send you some for testing for the cost of shipping... no hazmat involved if you like. Email if youre interested and ill give you the details.

    Link works for me... did you try crossing your fingers and wiggeling your nose when you clicked the link?
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