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looking for .41 WC

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by BluesBear, Jan 6, 2004.

  1. BluesBear

    BluesBear member

    Back in the 1980s I used to buy cast bullets from a guy who set up at most of the Indiana Gun Shows - Muncie, Hartford City, Tipton, etc.

    He sold 175gr full wadcutters in .41.
    All of his bullets were packed in nice wooden boxes.

    If anyone knows of who I am referring or any other source for these bullets PLEASE let me know. I need a LOT. :evil:

    I am also looking for anyone who has some old stock .41 ammo.

    CCI 200gr JHP
    Remington 210gr Lead SWC
    Remington 170gr JHP

    If anyone has any they want to part with please let me know.
  2. einnor1040

    einnor1040 Well-Known Member

    I bought 800 41 caliber 175 gr WC from some guy in Utah off of E-Bay about a year ago. I don't have a clue where he got them. I've loaded up about a hundred of them. They are good shooters.

    Go to this link. http://www.libertyshootingsupplies.com/ They sell 41 WC, but I think their prices are a tad high.
  3. BluesBear

    BluesBear member

    Thanks einnor1040,

    All Liberty shows is a 135gr WC in .410.

    I have never even been able to find anyone who makes a mold for them.

    Do you have any contact info for the guy in Utah?
    If you ever come across any more 175 grainers please let me know.
    If you have any you'd be willing to part with I'd be interested.
  4. bfoster

    bfoster Well-Known Member

    I think that you may be talking about Ted Bates. He does package his bullets in wooden boxes. The last phone number I have for him (It's been a couple years since I had him run some bullets for me) is 219 489 4372.

  5. einnor1040

    einnor1040 Well-Known Member

    They have a 190gr too.
  6. BluesBear

    BluesBear member

    Well I'll be danged if they don't. How'd they slip that past me?
    Looks like I might have to give them a try.

    Thanks for enlightning me. :)

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