Needed for fireforming brass, 338 bullets.

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  1. 308 Hawg

    308 Hawg Well-Known Member

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    I'm building a .338-416 Rigby Imp. and will use a surrogate barrel for fireforming. I'll ream the surrogate chamber a few thou short of the "real" chamber and open the neck up to accept unturned brass, will turn after fireforming. So I need some cheap, crappy, any weight, .338 bullets. I've done the Bullseye method and the wax method, etc. but prefer to use real bullets in a surrogate barrel. Email me if you have something to peddle, thanks. Jay jmcmunn@imbris.net
     
  2. Darryl Cassel

    Darryl Cassel Well-Known Member

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    Jay

    I have some older Barnes bullets but, I think they are at my other place in Ohio.
    If your in a hurry I can't help you as I won't be going back there for awhile.

    Your welcome to them though.

    Later
    DC
    As an add on here----since some don't think that the Sierra MK line will expand [​IMG] Just fireform some 300 gr MKs into a back stop and pick them up and reload them. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] hehehehehehe

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  3. 308 Hawg

    308 Hawg Well-Known Member

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    DC, thanks for the offer but I got a couple hundred near here. Jay