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Old 07-07-2012, 04:24 AM   #1
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I just ordered .270 dies for $14. But most of all I got 148 grain bullets for $29 for 250. Thats just under 12c each. Good nuf for plinkin. I'm gonna whup me up some Trailboss loads here.....plink plink.....

oh, why I posted this was to put the link on here. Cant beat these prices. Shipping is the chits tho, they add $7 on for internet orders. That sucks big time, you cant afford to buy small parts. My order was over $100, so their service charge amounted about to tax rate.

https://fsreloading.com/ Look em over.
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Old 07-07-2012, 04:56 PM   #2
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Awesome thanks!! I might have to get some .308 bullets for my '03!
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its cheaper to buy two 250's I think than it is to buy a 500. Strange,,,yes. Yankee accounting.
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