WTB or WTT - Sierra 60 gr .224

Discussion in 'Reloading Equipment and Components' started by Aldon, Mar 30, 2013.

  1. Aldon

    Aldon Well-Known Member

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    As noted,

    I wish to buy or trade for Sierra 60 gr hp flat based Varminter bullets. Sierra # 1375.

    PM me if you have some your willing to part with.

    Thanks!

    Aldon
     
  2. badaboom

    badaboom Well-Known Member

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    Good luck, its getting to be that materials are slim and none.
    Everybody I talk with has the similair issues as yourself.
    Theres gold in them there bullets.
    Demand is far out pacing manfacturing.
    Sad but this is what happens when you have restricting government policies.
    Gross purchasing and hoarding

    I seem to see more trading these days than just plan selling.
    Nature of the environment

    Best of Luck
     

  3. Aldon

    Aldon Well-Known Member

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    Agreed.

    I have components to trade as well.

    The Sierra 60's are the best option for my 223 and I have virgin Lapua brass and powder.Both of which were a challenge to acquire in the ciurrent climate:)
     
  4. Aldon

    Aldon Well-Known Member

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    I found these in stock at Woodbury Outfitters and ordered some last night.

    I have never used this vendor before so hopefully the stocking level was legitimate and they ship on time etc..

    I should have no need to buy or trade additionally at the moment.

    Regards, Aldon
     
  5. sled2live

    sled2live New Member

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    Question for all. Do the 60 gr sierra's have a canulure groove? I have shot the nosler 60 Solid base for years and my supply is dwindling. I took in some 60 gr flat base soft points in a trade and they have a canulure groove. trying to figure out who made them.
    Thanks

    Scott