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Pay it Forward in Reloading

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by blarby, Jan 23, 2013.

  1. hueyville

    hueyville Member

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    My 300 Win Mag is now gone. I am picking up shipping on this brass so its 100% free to taker. Please only take if you actually have a rifle for it.
     
  2. Pat C.

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    30/30 Lee hand loader

    I need 223 55gr. bullits to reload . All I have to Pay forward with is a 30/30 LEE hand loader in the box complete!! Let me know if you can use this!! LEE Loader Spoken For !! Gone to 45lcshooter
     
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  3. Match10

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    I'd really appreciate that. I'll dig around in the drawers and count the .500 S&W Magnum I have extra to offer.... Then I'll post up the number.
     
  4. hueyville

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    The 264 Win Mag now has a home. Rather have a rifle that it fits and load it myself but finally had to give up on having two of everything and focus on four each of what I really can actually use in a lifetime... Just looking at that brass always had me wondering, now the temptation will be gone for at least a moment. What are the odds I will get a rifle in that caliber in a trade now that the brass is gone? haha
     
  5. grubbylabs

    grubbylabs Senior Member

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    I am interested in the 300 win cases
     
  6. hueyville

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    as post #176 to thread stated, the 300 mag is already spoken for. If I find more will post it up when I do.
    All that is left is the 7.62 Russian.
     
  7. grubbylabs

    grubbylabs Senior Member

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    Sorry miss read the post:eek:
     
  8. Centurian22

    Centurian22 Senior Member

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    Hueyville, the 7.62 Russian is that 7.62x54r like a mosin nagant 91/30 shoots? I don't have dies for that yet but it's on my list. If no one else that can use them comes along I'll happily take them.
     
  9. 03fatboy
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    Check your in box
     
  10. Pat C.

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    Grubbylabs: What else would you expect from some one who shoots at animals with sharp pointy stick?
    I RESEMBLE That remark!!;);)
     
  11. c.latrans

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    .44 Mag brass

    If anyone is hard up, I have 84 pieces of brand new unprimed .44 mag brass. Could use some imperial sizing wax or other trinket, bullets or brass...whatever you feel good about trading. LMK.
     
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  12. Roadkill

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    I can use them - IM sent
     
  13. c.latrans

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    PM back to Raodkill, and the cases are spoken for.
     
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  14. 03fatboy
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    Pat c. Check your in box
     
  15. hueyville

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    The 300 Win Mag, 264 Win Mag and Norma 7.62x54 all has a new home. Now for my next one.

    There are some rules to it. First you must be completely out of what I have to offer. If you have some of said item or something similar still stashed you do not qualify. Also you must have the brass, powder and primers to load them. Finally you must have the pistol to shoot them in. If your cast bullet vendor is not back-ordered or your LGS has them on the shelf you do not qualify. In other-words, unless you have a specific need for said items, are completely out, can't get any soon and have the means to use them you need to let them go to someone that does. Honor system folks...

    130 45 caliber 185 grain cast SWC

    OR....

    130 .44 caliber 225 grain cast RNFP

    These will be cast from wheel weights, sized and lubed with Lyman orange lube. This gives you 30 bullets to work up a functioning load then 100 to fill a range box full to go send down range. This offer brought to you by a po boy from Georgia. No warranty is implied or expressed. Use at your own risk. If you have never shot lead and gum up your barrel loading them too hot then its your fault, no replacement if any issues with materials or workmanship. No guarantee of expedited shipment. If they shoot poorly its your own fault as they all shoot fine for me. if you blow up your gun and kill or injure your fool self it is your fault for not having the sense to weigh them and read a loading manual. Blah, blah, blah.

    The person that receives said items is not required to pay forward an item(s) to another THR patron if unable but is highly encouraged to throw something on the table if they can. I may or may not repeat this offer. Repeats may be different calibers and different weights. This is a one time offer for the first user that raises their hand. If you lose out, don't cry, just be on the lookout for my next offer. It may come at any time day or night. Good luck and remember the rules. No hoarders or persons without true need. I will send Elmer Fudd wabbit hunting in your back yard if you cheat and Buggs Bunny is my watchdog.
     
  16. c.latrans

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    Savage Hi Power bullets

    One box of Hornaday .227 cal. 70 grain spire points. These are for a .22 Savage Hi Power, not aware of any other rifles that shoot .227 diameter. Anyway, I think all 100 are in there, the box has been opened and taped shut. Trade me toys or pay the shipping and pay it forward to another here on THR, whichever makes you happy.
     
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  17. hueyville

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    Since my post #190 does not seem to be helping anyone there is now a third option added to it make it a little broader.

    130 .38/357 158 grain cast SWC

    So now you have the choice between .38/357, .44 and .45 cast bullets. Same rules apply so somebody scarf them up.
     
  18. tcanthonyii

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    Still have the .270 brass. Approx 20 pieces of hornady frontier.
    Also have a box of 20 7mm mag and a box of 20 of 308.

    I'm looking for some 30-30 brass. It seems to have all disappeared locally!
     
  19. Bisbee

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    I sure could use a 45acp shell holder for a Lee single stage press… I have 100 nickel 38spl cases, some +P to move down the line to your door, but only if you are out with none in sight. Send a PM and the cases are yours.

    This “Pay it forward” is great let’s keep it going!
     
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  20. hueyville

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    tcanthonyii, I will trade you 30-30 for your 308.
     
  21. fallout mike

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    I just got a .243 for my son on Saturday. I could use some .243 bullets. I can offer up some Berry's 9mm 115gr bullets.
     
  22. returningfire

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    Brass or bullets?

    Mike
    Do you need brass or bullets or both?
     
  23. fallout mike

    fallout mike Senior Member

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    The guy I bought the gun from said he had quite a few pieces (100ish) of once fired brass he was going to bring me. He hasn't yet but its only been a few days. So, assuming he does I only need bullets.
     
  24. Doug b

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    Bisbee I have 4 different shellholders for .45 ACP.What are your dies maybe I can match you up.
     
  25. grubbylabs

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    I could add some 240 grain cast SWC's and some 270 grain cast RNFP with gas checks and both lubed.
     

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