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  1. I have been getting Wheel Weights for years for Bullet Casting. I usually melt the weights in a 20 pound Lyman Pot. Then i pour the melted lead in a Cup Cake pan, for ingouts . That way when i cast i dont have to mess with the Clips. Also the lead is clean. Today i was Melting some lead and there is a Bunch on Bullets about half way down the 5 gallon bucket. There is 38 wadcutters . The ones i don't know about is Hollow Basted, weight is 92 Gr, Diam, 0.355 no grease grove. Round tip . Also flat Bassed Bullet 0.356 Diam, no grease grove Round tip . Are these made for 38 Colt? Anyone know? I am not going to melt them down.
  2. Hello, New to the SASS forums here but I have been shooting for 13 years with my parents and I want to start building up my collection of brass. I don't have many gun stores that stock cowboy loads and I wanted to purchase ammo online and ship it to my apartment. I've made my own bullets for years but since I am in a smaller place I don't have the room. I'm looking for a seller who has decent and reasonably priced ammo for someone who is starting out in cowboy shooting. .38 special and .357 Thank you, Eagle Eye
  3. These items are all new. When I started reloading, a few years ago, I bought some things I dont need. My prices are based on Midway and are marked down. This is not a fire sale. Prices are each and shipping is extra. No trades or Pay pal. US Post Office Money order for your total plus shipping costs, like on Gun Broker. PM me your list and zip code and I will get a shipping cost for you. Send me your email addy and I will send you a picture of the items you are interested. AMMO boxes 23 Frankfort Arsenal #505, Flip-Top Ammo Box holds 50 rounds, 17 Remington, 204 Ruger, 223/556 and 300 blackout. $2.25@ 14 MTM J-20, slip top boxes, holds 20 rounds for: 22-250, 243 & 308 Winchester. $1.75@, MISC. RCBS Pro-2000 Progressive Press, Die Plate $20 45 LC, Lee Carbide Factory Crimp die $18.00 Hornady Quick Change bushings $9.00@ , for a Rock Chucker to use Hornady Quick Connects Dillon, Powder measure with a large bar, powder die, tool head and stand plus a vibrator for consistent powder throws. $120 4 powder dies $11@ 1 large charge bar $25 2 medium charge bars $25@ For a 650: Powder checker $60 10mm/40S&W Dillon dies, unbroken seal $65 10mm/40S&W change kit, unbroken seal $75 500 10mm/40S&W hard cast, Badman bullets $40 Frankfort Arsenal primer tube filler $45.00 BULLETS 2 boxes, Hornady 30 cal, 150 gr, .308 RN, interlock $20@ 59 bullets, Hornady 30 cal, 150 gr, .308 RN, interlock $10 2 boxes, Hornady, 38 Cal. 357, 125 gr, XTP $16@ 75 Bullets, Hornady, 38 Cal. 357, 158 gr, XTP $14 3 boxes, Sierra, 9mm, 115 gr FMJ $18@ 1 box, Sierra, 9mm, 90 gr JHP $16 75 bullets, Sierra, 357, 158 gr JHP $14
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