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6.5 X 53R

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28 April 2019, 23:55
Rolland
6.5 X 53R
Does anyone have a couple of cartridges they would sell? I need factory loadings.


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29 April 2019, 23:06
Singleshot03
Sorry, I do not have any.

Jim
30 April 2019, 08:39
NormanConquest
No, but have you looked in Donnaly's book on Cartridge Conversions as well as COW #2. I know it will not have the correct headstamp but you can make it work for you.If you do not have Donnaly's book ,let me know + I will look it up + forward you the info.


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30 April 2019, 11:27
bpesteve
I have a couple of bulk packs of military 6,5x53R ammo, and maybe even an old box of Kynoch sporting ammo. The problem, as always, is shipping. I have no idea how to ship ammo as a private individual anymore.

I probably also have several rounds of fired 6,5x53R brass made from .303 British cases (easy to make) but you asked for "factory loadings".
30 April 2019, 23:45
Rolland
I think UPS handles ammo. I have received ammo before through them. The post office has a regulation against shipping.


Never rode a bull, but have shot some.

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NRA LEO firearms instructor (retired)
NRA Golden Eagles member
01 May 2019, 02:32
Rolland
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Never rode a bull, but have shot some.

NRA life member
NRA LEO firearms instructor (retired)
NRA Golden Eagles member
01 May 2019, 08:57
NormanConquest
That is correct on shipping. UPS or Fed ex can ship loaded rounds but USPS can not.It should cost a pittance for one round.I just shipped 60 lbs. of M1 Garand ammo in the en bloc clips in the original bandoliers across country for $88.00.


Never mistake motion for action.
01 May 2019, 14:49
ZW
To ship just one cartridge will cost on average about $12 to $15. UPS & FedEx are both front loaded. You pay for one pound minimum.
Zac
02 May 2019, 08:32
NormanConquest
Nice work if you can get it.


Never mistake motion for action.