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Discussion in 'Reloading Equipment and Components' started by songdogslayer, Feb 17, 2014.

  1. songdogslayer

    songdogslayer Well-Known Member

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    Brass once fired.
    190 pieces of 30-06 $70
    300 pieces of 270 win $90
    35 pieces of 243 win SOLD!!
    200 pieces of 7mm mag SOLD!!!
    50 pieces of 338 win mag $50
    50 pieces of 7x57 SOLD!!
    50 pieces of 300 weatherby mag $50
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    Full length rcbs dies
    338 lapua like new $35
    22-250 $30
    7mm mag $30
    375 H&H mag $30
    7mm weatherby mag $30
    270 weatherby mag $30
    25-06 $30
    300 weatherby mag $30

    Neck die sets
    300 win mag neck die set SOLD!!
    7x57 mauser neck die set $30


    Neck size dies
    30-06 neck die $20
    7mm mag neck die $20

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    Lee 7mm collect die set SOLD!!

    Lee neck collect dies
    7x57 mauser $15
    270 winchester $15
    25-06 rem SOLD!!
    243 winchester SOLD!!
    308 winchester SOLD!!
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    Hornady dies


    270 winchester fl set $20
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  2. songdogslayer

    songdogslayer Well-Known Member

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    Re: Lots of reloading stuff!! brass and dies

    Lee 7mm collect dies sold and lee 243 neck sizer
     

  3. MudRunner2005

    MudRunner2005 Well-Known Member

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    Re: Lots of reloading stuff!! brass and dies

    I'm interested in the RCBS 22-250 and 7mm Weatherby die sets. We've already PM'd about some other stuff. Just add those to my list. LMAO. I will get up with you on Friday about the dies.
     
  4. JASTECH

    JASTECH Active Member

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    Re: Lots of reloading stuff!! brass and dies

    I'll take the. 270 Win. Hornady die set.
     
  5. Backstrap Bob

    Backstrap Bob Active Member

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    Re: Lots of reloading stuff!! brass and dies

    Pm sent
     
  6. bruinte96

    bruinte96 Well-Known Member

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    PM sent.
     
  7. songdogslayer

    songdogslayer Well-Known Member

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    Re: Lots of reloading stuff!! brass and dies

    Udated list and prices are shipped now


    190 30-06 brass SOLD!
    300 270 brass SOLD!
    50 338 win mag $50 shipped

    Rcbs fl dies
    25-06 $31 shipped
    300 weatherby $31 shipped
    270 weatherby $31 shipped
    22-250 $31 shipped
    7mm weatherby $31 shipped

    Neck size die set
    7x57 mauser $26 shipped
    30-06 $21 shipped neck die only

    Lee collect neck dies
    270 neck $16 shipped
    7x57 neck $12 shipped

    Lee fl die
    6mm remington $21 shipped

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    Trades needed
    high or ar high 30mm rings
    7mm wsm dies
    243 dies
     
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  8. MudRunner2005

    MudRunner2005 Well-Known Member

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    Re: Lots of reloading stuff!! brass and dies

    Hey man, I noticed you said you were needing some high rings.

    I have a set of virtually new (used at the range for 2 sessions) TPS TSR 30mm Medium aluminum picatinny rings I would sell. They're entirely too high for me, with a rail on my rifle, even with a big ole 56mm Zeiss scope. So they might be tall enough for what you need. New they were about $80 for a set, when I ordered them from Midway last year. They've sat new in the box until recently when I got my .25-06 Ackley built, and needed to throw a scope on it for load development. I didn't have any other rings at the house so I used them. I'd consider working out a trade with you, if you're interested. I ordered the correct height ones yesterday from Midway, because they were back in stock, so I should have them tomorrow. I have no use for the medium rings, so let me know if you're interested.

    Here's a link showing what they are, and the measured height. They're built like a tank (very similar to NF and Badger rings), and are nearly 1/2" tall from the base to the bottom of the cup. I was surprised at how tall they were for medium rings. I'll see if I can find a pic of them on my rifle to show you how tall they are with a 56mm scope...

    TPS 30mm TSR Picatinny-Style Aluminum Rings Matte Medium

    Here it is... 56mm Zeiss, TPS medium rings, and a Sendero barrel...

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  9. songdogslayer

    songdogslayer Well-Known Member

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    Re: Lots of reloading stuff!! brass and dies

    Updated list
    Rcbs fl dies
    7mm weatherby $31 shipped
    270 weatherby $31 shipped
    300 weatherby $31 shipped

    Rcbs neck die set 7x57 mauser $26 shipped

    Rcbs neck die only 30-06 $21 shipped

    lee 270 neck collect die only $21 shipped

    50 pieces of 338 win mag brass $36 shipped
     
  10. songdogslayer

    songdogslayer Well-Known Member

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    Re: Lots of reloading stuff!! brass and dies

    Updated list
    Rcbs fl dies
    300 weatherby $31 shipped
    300 win mag $31 shipped

    Rcbs neck die only 30-06 $21 shipped

    lee 270 neck collect die only $16 shipped

    50 pieces of 338 win mag brass $36 shipped
     
  11. jfseaman

    jfseaman Well-Known Member

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    Re: Lots of reloading stuff!! brass and dies

    I'll take:

    338 Win Mag Brass $50
    300 Wby Brass $50
    300 Wby Dies $30
    30-06 Neck die $20
     
  12. michaelstucker

    michaelstucker New Member

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    Re: Lots of reloading stuff!! brass and dies

    do you still have the 3006 brass and the 2506 dies ?
    michael
     
  13. songdogslayer

    songdogslayer Well-Known Member

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    Re: Lots of reloading stuff!! brass and dies

    Just sold the rest of the stuff this weekend.
     
  14. MudRunner2005

    MudRunner2005 Well-Known Member

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    Are you still interested in those TPS rings? I still have them boxed up sitting on my reloading bench...