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Unread 04-21-2013, 12:32 PM
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Re: 25 Cal Wildcat bullets

1.289" for 125
1.205" for 115

Those measurement are base to tip, when my Forster datum dial arrives I can measure to the ogive. I bought these off this forum a few years back and have the original box for the 125's and can put the 115's in a Berger box as the original broke.
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    Re: 25 Cal Wildcat bullets

    With the 125 from a 257 weatherby at 3100 fps in a 1:10 twist at 59 degrees and 1000' ASL it is right on the edge of stability. Use the stability calculator on the upper right of the page. Hunting Bullets | Berger Bullets
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    Unread 04-22-2013, 11:46 AM
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    Re: 25 Cal Wildcat bullets

    Anyone?
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    Unread 04-22-2013, 08:57 PM
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    Re: 25 Cal Wildcat bullets

    $40.00 I'll take them. PM me with info and I will get payment on the way.
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    Re: 25 Cal Wildcat bullets

    It'd be fun to try them but . . . once they are gone they're gone!!!

    The ones you have are most probably original Richard Graves bullets. They will be good.

    The new owner of the Wildcat name went east with the geese under a cloud of darkness never to be heard from again. . .

    He didn't make any 25 cal bullets and only a few in 7mm.

    I have a stash of orginal 169.5s in .277 that are only used for taking game. Should last awhile.
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    Re: 25 Cal Wildcat bullets

    Roy
    Do you know if Paul bought all of Richard's equipment, and moved it down to the states?
    What a shame for all of that equipment, and the bullets that they could produce to be collecting dust somewhere.

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    Unread 04-27-2013, 07:43 PM
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    Re: 25 Cal Wildcat bullets

    yeah does anyone know if wildcat bullets will ever be a thing again.
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