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Old 11-10-2013, 03:45 PM   #1
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Default 284 Winchester ammo

I just traded for a Browning Blr in 284 Winchester. I can't find any ammo for this gun. Does anyone know where I can purchase some? I got 2 boxes with the gun, I would like to buy 3-4 more. Thank You for any help that you can give me.
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Old 11-10-2013, 03:56 PM   #2
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Winchester is the only company to ever commercially produce the .284. The cartridge was a market failure. It is a great cartridge for short actions if you are a handloader. The .284 is a rebated rimmed case so it is difficult to make from other available brass.
Check Gun Broker and Ableammo Web pages.
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Seasonal run ammo- and you may not see it this season due to production of other ammo. Usual suspects are out of stock. Check gunbroker and auctionarms
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Sounds like you need brass powder primers an projectiles
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One time I passed up on buying a .250 Savage because I could not find ammo...

Later on, the seasonal run of .250 Savage ammo came about and the ammo was then easy to find.

I belatedly realized that I had made a mistake, and should have bought that nice little .250 Savage that I had been looking at.

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