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WTB/WTT for175gr 7mm roundnose softpoints and A-square Dead Tough, any caliber
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Would like to purchase or trade for 175gr 7mm roundnose bullets. I am looking primarily for Hornady but I wouldn’t look down my nose at Woodleigh or Hawk offerings.

Also, I would like to find a few A-square Dead Tough bullets for testing in various calibers. I have heard they are the toughest bonded core soft point bullets ever made and I would like to test them against others. I am happy to get even a few (5 each) for testing. I could use any caliber from .338 to .585 for testing, except .423 as I don’t have a 404.

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.264” or .268” as used in the Carcano?
 
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0.264” will work for our uses.

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RC


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I think I may have a couple of boxes of Hornady 7mm 175 grain RN. Will check later tonight.


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I think I may have some .510 Dead Tough soft points in 600 or 700 grains (or both). Let me check my inventory.
 
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I think I may have some .510 Dead Tough soft points in 600 or 700 grains (or both). Let me check my inventory.


I’m all in on the dead toughs. Please let me know.

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My apologies, apparently I already gifted them to someone else. All I have left are 707 gr. Monolithic Solids. Sorry!
 
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My apologies, apparently I already gifted them to someone else. All I have left are 707 gr. Monolithic Solids. Sorry!


Hey, thanks for looking.

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I have some:

170 RN Sierra
175 RN Hornady
165 CL Remington
 
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I have some:

170 RN Sierra
175 RN Hornady
165 CL Remington


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