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Old 05-09-2010, 11:23 AM   #1
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Default Anyone need some Dies or components (cleaning house)

I've been cleaning and packing to move, and have a bunch of stuff I'm going to get rid of (just not enough room to keep it all).
I have the following if anyone is interested let me know.

in .270 cal. (.277) I have
2 unopened boxes (200) Sierra #1833 135gr. HPBT (MatchKing)
and 1 opened box (90) of #1835 140gr. HP (GameKing)

in .25 cal. (.257) I have
Sierra #1630 Spitzer 117gr. BT - 24
Speer # 1411 Spitzer 120gr. - 57
1 unopened box (100) Hornady #2520 75gr HP
Hornady #2550 117gr. RN Interlock - 90

Brass
8mm Mauser "Mitchell" 37
7mm STW "FC" 53 (w/Boxes)
.307 Win. "W-W" 20 (w/box)
.257 Roberts "superspeed" 22
30-30 "mixed headstamps" 95
.35 Whelen "mixed" 13
7mm Rem mag. "R-P" & other
(2 unopened bags of 100 R-P plus 53)
45-70 Govt. "R-P" 35
.223 "mixed" ~ 5 lbs.
.22 Rem. Jet "R-P" 45
.45LC "R-P" 74
.45ACP "mixed" 9 offer
.44 Rem mag. "CBC" 17 offer
.44 Spcl. "mixed" 74
.40 S&W "mixed" ~ 5 lbs.
9mm "mixed:\" ~ 5 lbs.

Also have several RCBS die sets available.

.257 Roberts 1 FL RCBS sets & 1 Redding set
6mm Rem. 1 FL RCBS sets & 1 Neck sizer & 1 precision mic (all rcbs)
7mm rem mag. 1 FL RCBS & 1 Necs Die Set (RCBS)
45-70 1 FL RCBS

Sorry if this is the wrong place to post this.
Want to help my fellow reloaders if possible.
I may find more as I go, so let me know if you are looking for something specific.

PS I'll take a flintlock in trade.

Brig

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Would like your: .44spl.+.44Mag.+.45 Colt brass. I may also have intrest in the 6mm rifle dies also. Please PM me a price on these items.. Thanks Bill.

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If you have any .223 dies for a lee press i could use some.

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Dang billybob, why you gotta grap all the good stuff!??

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I would be interested in a 100 count bag of 7mmRM

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If you have any .223 dies for a lee press i could use some.
sorry,
I don't have anything in .223 except some brass that was my Dad's.
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".257 Roberts 1 FL RCBS sets & 1 Redding set)"
"45-70 1 FL RCBS"

I could use those two die sets for my sons-in-law. And the .45-70 brass too. Cost?

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The .270 bullets are gone (Thanks Tom) and the 8mm Mauser, 9mm, 45ACP and 30-30 brass are also spoken for . Thanks for the messages and ANYONE else wanting something, let me know. Glad to deal with such an upstanding bunch of guys,
Brig.

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Hi Bill,
I have something for you but the address I have didn't work. Please PM me with your mailing address.

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.30-06, .45 ACP and 9mm Parabellum brass for me if you still have it.

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