The giving thread

Discussion about rifles in 300 AAC BLACKOUT (7.62x35mm), hosted by the creator of the cartridge.

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Re: The giving thread

Post by dellet » Sat Dec 08, 2018 1:02 am

How about 100 pieces of new brass and 110 Varmageddon bullets to someone who is getting a kid something chambered in 300 Blackout for Christmas.

If you don’t reload, an alternate could be worked out.

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Re: The giving thread

Post by rb288 » Sat Dec 08, 2018 3:48 pm

Well, a little late, but, I will be giving my daughter a new RAR this year.
She will be thrilled.
She has been shooting my sbr and was going to hunt hogs with it earlier this year, but, weather got in the way and we never got around to rescheduling the hunt, maybe thus year.

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Re: The giving thread

Post by dellet » Sat Dec 08, 2018 4:07 pm

rb288 wrote:Well, a little late, but, I will be giving my daughter a new RAR this year.
She will be thrilled.
She has been shooting my sbr and was going to hunt hogs with it earlier this year, but, weather got in the way and we never got around to rescheduling the hunt, maybe thus year.
So, is that a yes on the brass/bullet combo?
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Re: The giving thread

Post by GregP42 » Sun Dec 09, 2018 3:08 am

Merry Christmas! Bang!

I have been looking at that NOE bullet for awhile but didn't want to get the mold because I am not sure how it would do in my rifles. I have mostly been using the Lee bullet, but what a pain it was to find a load that works for it.

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Re: The giving thread

Post by Freedom1973 » Sun Dec 09, 2018 9:10 am

Great Offers Gentlemen!
I will dig up some items to pass on.
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Re: The giving thread

Post by bangbangping » Sun Dec 09, 2018 10:55 am

GregP42 wrote:Merry Christmas! Bang!

I have been looking at that NOE bullet for awhile but didn't want to get the mold because I am not sure how it would do in my rifles. I have mostly been using the Lee bullet, but what a pain it was to find a load that works for it.

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You're two days late but what the heck. PM me your info and I'll send you a some to try.

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Re: The giving thread

Post by GregP42 » Mon Dec 10, 2018 1:48 am

bangbangping wrote:
GregP42 wrote:Merry Christmas! Bang!

I have been looking at that NOE bullet for awhile but didn't want to get the mold because I am not sure how it would do in my rifles. I have mostly been using the Lee bullet, but what a pain it was to find a load that works for it.

Greg
You're two days late but what the heck. PM me your info and I'll send you a some to try.
Thank you sir, I am almost always a day late and a dollar short, just ask my X-wife!

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Re: The giving thread

Post by Freedom1973 » Sat Dec 15, 2018 1:11 pm

Looked for some items to pass on and encourage new reloaders.

1lb H4198
1lb IMR4198
100 count 110gr Varmegeddon blems
1 box 125gr Nosler BT bullets 50pk
50 245gr DS Special Coated Bullets
50 265gr DS Special Coated Bullets

(Helpful advice in the use of above items)

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And PASS ON WHAT YOU HAVE LEARNED.

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