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Old 09-29-2007, 09:36 AM
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ss7mm,

I'm in the same boat as TMR. I have plenty enough to get through the deer and elk season and well into yotes.

Seeing as how I can do the job and can make the time, maybe, maybe I'll make a deal w/Richard so he can spend some more bench time. I know of a little spot on the Montana border where its pretty simple to get across with out a passport.;) Also my buddy as a little Balanca Scout so tree top level is not a problem.

I'm not concerned about Aluminum tips in the 270 cal I think it would take a whole new bullet design to gain much. The length of the baring surface seems to be the limiting factor with the Lilja barrels.

I sure hope to get to test the bullet performance of the 169 on an elk this year. If not someones black bally or horse is gonna have problems. I'vd decided that the neighbors lamas aren't big enough.
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Old 10-03-2007, 12:57 AM
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TMR,
I have 60, .284 ,200gr. ULD bullets from Richard graves. If you still need some and 60 is enough, let me know.

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TMR,

I have a whopping total of 5, added to Nate's 60... you're up to 65.

If you want em' I'll send em".

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Old 10-03-2007, 08:35 AM
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5 200GR Wildcat 7mm,s

Hi Joel I realy need a small amount to spec a chamber reamer. Also a few 107gr 6mm,s if anyone has any. Just to get the baring surface length aswell as the diferent diameters especily the pressure ring at the boat tail junction. Joel I am glad the stock arrived back OK and you ended up shifting it.

Cheers Mate Bill
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Thanks guys,

I have a 100 coming from 6mmshooter. That should get me by.
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I'll get a few to you Bill.
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Thanks Joel

Thanks.Joel much appreciated

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