2005 Wildcat Bullets Price List.....

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  1. Fiftydriver

    Fiftydriver <strong>Official LRH Sponsor</strong>

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    Thought everyone would be interested in this list. Just got it from Richard yesterday.

    Wildcat Bullets LTD.
    Price List 2005
    Jacket Ogive Point Base Style Cost
    224
    40grn J-4 10 H.P. Flat $24.00/100
    45 J-4 10 H.P. Flat $24.00/100
    50 J-4 10 H.P. Flat $24.00/100
    52 J-4 10 H.P. Flat $24.00/100
    53 J-4 10 H.P Flat $24.00/100
    68 J-4 10, ULD H.P. Flat, Rebate $25.00/100
    80 J-4 ULD H.P. Rebate $26.00/100
    85 J-4 ULD H.P. Rebate $26.00/100
    90 J-4 ULD H.P. Rebate $26.00/100
    100 J-4 ULD H.P. Rebate $28.00/100

    6mm
    68grn J-4 10 H.P. Flat $25.00/100
    70 J-4 10 H.P. Flat $25.00/100
    80 J-4 10 H.P. Flat, RBBT $26.00/100
    90 J-4 10, ULD H.P. Flat, RBBT $26.00/100
    100 J-4 10, ULD H.P. Flat, RBBT $27.00/100
    110 J-4 10, ULD H.P. Flat, RBBT $27.00/100
    115 J-4 10, ULD H.P. RBBT $27.00/100
    120 J-4 10, ULD H.P. RBBT $29.00/100

    .257
    75grn J-4 8, ULD H.P. Flat $25.00/100
    90 J-4 8, ULD H.P. Flat $26.00/100
    100 J-4 8, ULD H.P. Flat $26.00/100
    120 J-4 8, ULD H.P. Flat, RBBT $26.00/100
    130 J-4 8, ULD H.P. Flat, RBBT $28.00/100
    142 J-4 ULD H.P. RBBT $36.00/100
    156 Corbin ULD H.P. RBBT $37.00/100

    6.5mm
    120grn J-4 10, ULD H.P. Flat, RBBT $28.00/100
    125 J-4 10, ULD H.P. Flat, RBBT $29.00/100
    130 J-4 10, ULD H.P. Flat, RBBT $30.00/100
    135 J-4 10, ULD H.P. Flat, RBBT $35.00/100
    142 J-4 ULD H.P. Flat, RBBT $36.00/100
    150 J-4 ULD H.P. RBBT $39.00/100
    160 J-4,CORBIN ULD H.P. RBBT $42.00/100
    165 J-4,CORBIN ULD H.P. RBBT $42.00/100
    169.5 J-4,CORBIN ULD H.P. RBBT $44.00/100
    Jacket Ogive Point Base Style Cost
    .270
    130 J-4 10, ULD H.P. Flat, RBBT $34.00/100
    140 J-4 ULD H.P. Flat, RBBT $35.00/100
    150 J-4 ULD H.P. Flat, RBBT $35.00/100
    160 J-4 ULD H.P. RBBT $42.00/100
    169.5 CORBIN ULD H.P. RBBT $44.00/100

    7mm
    120grn J-4 8, ULD H.P. Flat $32.00/100
    140 J-4 8, ULD H.P. Flat, RBBT $33.00/100
    150 J-4 8, ULD H.P. Flat, RBBT $34.00/100
    169.5 J-4 ULD H.P. RBBT $42.00/100
    175 J-4 ULD H.P. RBBT $42.00/100
    180 J-4 ULD H.P. RBBT $44.00/100
    200 J-4 ULD H.P. RBBT $48.00/100

    .308
    68 J-4 8 H.P. Flat $42.00/100
    100 J-4 8 H.P. Flat $30.00/100
    120 J-4 8 H.P. Flat $34.00/100
    130 J-4 8 H.P. Flat $34.00/100
    150 J-4 8 H.P. Flat $35.00/100
    169.5 J-4 8, ULD H.P. Flat, RBBT $42.00/100
    180 J-4,CORBIN 8, ULD H.P. Flat, RBBT $42.00/100
    190 J-4,CORBIN 8, ULD H.P. Flat, RBBT $43.00/100
    210 J-4 ULD H.P. RBBT $44.00/100
    225 J-4 ULD H.P. RBBT $45.00/100

    .338*
    150 HAIRFIELD 6, ULD H.P. Flat, RBBT $38.00/100
    175 HAIRFIELD 6, ULD H.P. Flat, RBBT $38.00/100
    200 HAIRFIELD 6, ULD H.P. Flat, RBBT $42.00/100
    225 HAIRFIELD 6, ULD H.P. Flat, RBBT $52.00/100
    250 HAIRFIELD 6, ULD H.P. Flat, RBBT $60.00/100
    275 HAIRFIELD 6, ULD H.P. Flat, RBBT $70.00/100
    300 HAIRFIELD 6, ULD H.P. Flat, RBBT $76.00/100
    325 HAIRFIELD 6, ULD H.P. Flat, RBBT $80.00/100
    350 HAIRFIELD 6, ULD H.P. Flat, RBBT $90.00/100
    *Sizing available on .338 bullets only.
    .510
    650 HAIRFIELD ULD H.P. RBBT $2.85 EACH
    750 HAIRFIELD ULD H.P. RBBT $2.95 EACH
    800 HAIRFIELD ULD H.P. RBBT $3.25 EACH
    Wildcat Bonded Hunting Bullets

    Jacket Ogive Point Base Style Cost
    224
    80grn HAIRFIELD .030 10 MAG TIP Flat $30.00/50
    90grn HAIRFIELD .030 10 MAG TIP Flat $30.00.50
    100grn HAIRFIELD .030 10 MAG TIP Flat $30.00/50

    6mm
    90 HAIRFIELD 10 MAG TIP Flat $30.00/50
    100 HAIRFIELD 10 MAG TIP Flat $30.00/50
    110 HAIRFIELD, CORBIN .030 10 MAG TIP Flat $33.00/50
    115 HAIRFIELD, CORBIN .030 10 MAG TIP Flat $34.00/50
    120 HAIRFIELD .030 10 MAG TIP Flat $34.00/50

    257
    100grn HAIRFIELD .030 8 MAG TIP Flat $30.00/50
    120grn HAIRFIELD .030 8 MAG TIP Flat $34.00/50
    130grn HAIRFIELD .030 8 MAG TIP Flat $35.00/50
    140grn HAIRFIELD .030 8 MAG TIP Flat $35.00/50
    150grn HAIRFIELD .030 8 MAG TIP Flat $38.00/50

    6.5
    120grn HAIRFIELD .030 10 MAG TIP Flat $34.00/50
    125grn HAIRFIELD .030 10 MAG TIP Flat $34.00/50
    130grn HAIRFIELD .030 10 MAG TIP Flat $35.00/50
    135grn HAIRFIELD .030 10 MAG TIP Flat $35.00/50
    140grn HAIRFIELD .030 10 MAG TIP Flat $35.00/50
    150grn HAIRFIELD .030 10 MAG TIP Flat $37.00/50
    160grn HAIRFIELD .030 10 MAG TIP Flat $40.00/50

    270
    120grn HAIRFIELD .030 10 MAG TIP Flat $35.00/50
    130grn HAIRFIELD .030 10 MAG TIP Flat $35.00/50
    140grn HAIRFIELD .030 10 MAG TIP Flat $36.00/50
    150grn HAIRFIELD .030 10 MAG TIP Flat $36.00/50
    160grn HAIRFIELD .030 10 MAG TIP Flat $40.00/50
    170grn HAIRFIELD .030 10 MAG TIP Flat $42.00/50









    Jacket Ogive Point Base Style Cost
    7mm
    120grn HAIRFIELD .030 8 MAG TIP Flat $35.00/50
    130grn HAIRFIELD .030 8 MAG TIP Flat $35.00/50
    140grn HAIRFIELD .030 8 MAG TIP Flat $36.00/50
    150grn HAIRFIELD .030 8 MAG TIP Flat $36.00/50
    160grn HAIRFIELD .030 8 MAG TIP Flat $38.00/50
    175grn HAIRFIELD .030 8 MAG TIP Flat $40.00/50
    180grn HAIRFIELD .030 8 MAG TIP Flat $42.00/50

    308
    130 HAIRFIELD .030, .040 8 MAG TIP Flat $35.00/50
    150 HAIRFIELD .030, .040 8 MAG TIP Flat $35.00/50
    169 HAIRFIELD .030, .040 8 MAG TIP Flat $36.00/50
    180 HAIRFIELD .030, .040 8 MAG TIP Flat $37.00/50
    190 HAIRFIELD .030, .040 8 MAG TIP Flat $37.00/50
    200 HAIRFIELD .030, .040 8 MAG TIP Flat $38.00/50
    210 HAIRFIELD .030, .040 8 MAG TIP Flat $42.00/50
    225 HAIRFIELD .030, .040 8 MAG TIP Flat $42.00/50
    240 HAIRFIELD .030, .040 8 MAG TIP Flat $44.00/50
    250 HAIRFIELD .030, .040 8 MAG TIP Flat $45.00/50

    338
    180 HAIRFIELD .030, .040, .065 6, ULD MAG TIP Flat $38.00/50
    190 HAIRFIELD .030, .040, .065 6, ULD MAG TIP Flat $38.00/50
    200 HAIRFIELD .030, .040, .065 6, ULD MAG TIP Flat $40.00/50
    210 HAIRFIELD .030, .040, .065 6, ULD MAG TIP Flat $45.00/50
    215 HAIRFIELD .030, .040, .065 6, ULD MAG TIP Flat $48.00/50
    225 HAIRFIELD .030, .040, .065 6, ULD MAG TIP Flat $50.00/50
    250 HAIRFIELD .030, .040, .065 6, ULD MAG TIP Flat $60.00/50
    275 HAIRFIELD .030, .040, .065 6, ULD MAG TIP Flat $64.00/50
    300 HAIRFIELD .030, .040, .065 6, ULD MAG TIP Flat $70.00/50
    350 HAIRFIELD .030, .040, .065 6, ULD MAG TIP Flat $75.00/50

    .510
    450grn HAIRFIELD .030, .040, .065 4 MAG TIP Flat $1.60 EACH
    500grn HAIRFIELD .030, .040, .065 4 MAG TIP Flat $1.80 EACH
    550grn HAIRFIELD .030, .040, .065 4 MAG TIP Flat $1.90 EACH
    600grn HAIRFIELD .030, .040, .065 4 MAG TIP Flat $2.00 EACH
    650grn HAIRFIELD .030, .040, .065 4 MAG TIP Flat $2.00 EACH
    700grn HAIRFIELD .030, .040, .065 4 MAG TIP Flat $2.25 EACH




    Wildcat Bonded Bullets LTD.
    Additional Information

    This is not a list of bullets kept in stock, please check on availability. This is a partial listing only. Bullets can be made to your specs. Non-bonded heavy jacket bullets available as well, please check for pricing, they are manufactured in all the same calibers and weights as bonded bullets.
    Additional calibers coming soon:
    &amp;#61607; .375
    &amp;#61607; .408
    &amp;#61607; .204
    &amp;#61607; .227
    Prices subject to change without notice.
    Prices are in Canadian dollars.

    Wildcat Bonded Bullets LTD
    C/o Richard Graves
    R.R. #2
    Wetaskiwin, Alberta, Canada
    T9A 1W9

    Phone Number: (780) 352-8592
    Fax Number: (780) 352-9618
    Email: wildcatbullets@hotmail.com


    Good Shooting!!

    Kirby Allen(50)
     
  2. Jon A

    Jon A Well-Known Member

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    Kirby, could you de-code this a little? For example,

    "225 HAIRFIELD .030, .040 8 MAG TIP Flat $42.00/50"

    I'm guessing that means 225 grains. Hairfield is the jacket maker? Jacket thickness is .030? .040 is the meplat diameter? Ogive is 8 caliber tangent? Mag tip--like a filled out with lead hollow point? Flat base?

    Thanks.
     

  3. 3sixbits

    3sixbits Well-Known Member

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    [ QUOTE ]
    Kirby, could you de-code this a little? For example,

    "225 HAIRFIELD .030, .040 8 MAG TIP Flat $42.00/50"

    I'm guessing that means 225 grains. Hairfield is the jacket maker? Jacket thickness is .030? .040 is the meplat diameter? Ogive is 8 caliber tangent? Mag tip--like a filled out with lead hollow point? Flat base?

    Thanks.

    [/ QUOTE ]I hope I can help! The .030 and the .040 means you have a choice between which jacket thickness you want. Mag tip means a protected point. Your right on all your other guesses. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif
     
  4. Mysticplayer

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    I feel a 6mm and a 257 project coming up.

    Might have to rethink my 16.5lbs 1000yd BR rifle.

    Jerry
     
  5. 257speed

    257speed Well-Known Member

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    Noticed the prices are in canadian dollars, anyone know the conversion for USD.
     
  6. alremkin

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    At noon today the rate of exchange in Canada was: 1.22 Canadian$= 1 US$ or 1$Canadian=0.8195$US. Of course this varies from day to day sometimes by several %, but it's been near this rate for the last few months so it is a reasonable estimate of what it will be in the near future
     
  7. Jon A

    Jon A Well-Known Member

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    [ QUOTE ]
    Noticed the prices are in canadian dollars, anyone know the conversion for USD.

    [/ QUOTE ]
    Actually, I missed that. Thanks, the prices look even better now!

    Thanks 3sixbits.
     
  8. Fiftydriver

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    Jon,

    As 3sixbits said, it is 225(Bullet Weight), Hairfield (Jacket Make), .030, .040(Your choice of jacket thickness), 8(ogive profile), MAG TIP(Meplat design), Flat(Base configureation) and finally price of course.

    Good Shooting,

    Kirby Allen(50)
     
  9. Fiftydriver

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    Jerry,

    I can tell you for a fact that the 142 gr ULD RBBT in 257 give up very little to the huge 156 gr as far as B.C. goes. A little but not much. If I were building a 1000 yard bench rifle in 257 caliber it may well be a 25-284 with this bullet.

    I prefer the 156 in my Allen Mag but it has alot of horse power and this big bullet tames her down a bit to run smoother.

    I have yet to shoot any of Richards 6mm bullets but I suspect they perform every bit as well as his other bullets.

    Good Shooting!!

    Kirby Allen(50)
     
  10. ricka0

    ricka0 Well-Known Member

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    I created WildCat Bullets and did a quick/dirty proto-type. If Richard likes it I'll import the rest of the data. I'm no artist so let me know what is most offensive.

    The site will be ultra fast, even with dial-ups (unless you turn on graphics).

    I'll add a web service that gets the hourly exchange rate so you have the most current pricing (if you log in it will remeber if you like Yank or Canook $'s )

    I'd like to add a compare column so you could compare to Sierra GM or BT, accubond, etc
     
  11. 4ked Horn

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    Hi Big bore. Looks like a good idea. I believe you have some things in the wrong columns though. For example: J4 and Corbin are jacket styles (jacket makers I believe?) and not an ogive shape. "10" and ULD are ogive shapes (I learned what 10 meant just last week). I am sure you have and will have quite a bit if de-buging to do so I am not trying to be critical, just trying to help before you get to far into it.
     
  12. ricka0

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    exactly what I was looking for - thx
    I thought ULD was "Ultra Low Drag" ?

    HP is Hollow point (right). What column does HP go in?
    More pointers please.

    .257
    100 gr comes in Flat Base or RBBT base (right). It's not flat base and RBBT at the same time(is it?) What is RBBT?

    --ricka
     
  13. 3sixbits

    3sixbits Well-Known Member

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    [ QUOTE ]
    exactly what I was looking for - thx
    I thought ULD was "Ultra Low Drag" ?

    HP is Hollow point (right). What column does HP go in?
    More pointers please.

    .257
    100 gr comes in Flat Base or RBBT base (right). It's not flat base and RBBT at the same time(is it?) What is RBBT?

    --ricka

    [/ QUOTE ] RBBT= Re-baited Boat-tail and flat base I think means you have a choice between the two bases. One other thing, I doubt that these bullets are Hollow point but instead open point. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif
     
  14. 4ked Horn

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    8, 10, and ULD are ogive shapes with the ULD being the longest. Yes, ULD= ultra low drag. some companies also offer a VLD or very low drag which fits between a 10 and an ULD.

    HP means hollow point here. He also offers a :Mag tip" which I think (but am not certain) is a polycarbonate tip like the Vmax or balistic tip. These would go in point shape column. As a side note the HP is like a SMK but he will leave the meplat a little bit open if you ask him to for better expansion on varmints if you are like me and want to use your deer hunting round on smaller vermin.

    Flat base is just that. A RBBT means "rebated boat tail". This is a boat tail shape that has a major diameter smaller than the diameter of the bullet. Swift has this boat tail shape on some of their bullets. It is supposed to reduce drag by something like 10% over standard BT designs.

    J4, Corbin, Hairfield and Alaskan are the jacket makers he uses.



    .010, .020 .030 .040. .065 are the jacket thicknesses he buys (I think. Double check me on this as well. I think he told me that he can bond any of the bullets but this roughly doubles the price.

    <font color="red"> If anyone notices a misunderstanding or a wrong statement on my part please corret me as well </font> as I have only spoken with Richard once for about 20 minutes.