Dies for sale or trade "Sold"

Discussion in 'Reloading Equipment and Components' started by Aldon, Nov 27, 2010.

  1. Aldon

    Aldon Well-Known Member

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    All but the 25-06 die have been sold.

    I will hang on to the Forster die for now.

    Thanks for your interest.

    Aldon





    I had listed these with a barrel that I sold so I removed from that add and started another thread. I have pictures I can email if you PM me your email address.

    Price includes shipping. USPS MO preferred.

    What I have for sale or trade is:

    Forster 25-06 Micrometer seating die - 50.00 LIKE NEW

    I took these in trade and have no need of them....

    Marlin 444 RCBS 3 die set - 25.00 Slight marks on lock rings

    Winchester 300 Short Mag (WSM) RCBS Neck Sizer - 25.00 LIKE NEW


    I would trade for sealed bullets in 6mm (~ 65gr), 6.5(~120-140gr) or 308(~165gr).




    For local Albany NY only, QTY 2, 1 pound bottles of RL17. Used it on loads for rifle I no longer have. Would trade for Hogden extreme powders,,,,
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  2. Aldon

    Aldon Well-Known Member

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    Re: Dies for sale or trade

    Figured out how to add photos....they are now attached.
     

  3. FULLGROWN

    FULLGROWN Well-Known Member

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    Re: Dies for sale or trade

    Marlin 444 RCBS 3 die set - 25.00 Slight marks on lock rings
    I will take these.
    Thanks
    PM payment info please.

    I am currently working out of state. Please send it to me here, when payment arrives.

    Roger Bates
    PO Box 231
    Linn TX 78563-0231
    (479) 243-5102

     
  4. Aldon

    Aldon Well-Known Member

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    Re: Dies for sale or trade

    Hey Roger, Thanks for interest.

    I got a PM yesterday afternoon.

    You are 2nd in line at the moment.

    I will let you know if the deal falls through.

    Regards, Aldon