FS in WY: 6mm Remington reloading components (SOLD)

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jnyork
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FS in WY: 6mm Remington reloading components (SOLD)

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I have the following for sale:

One bag containing 49 Winchester cases, once fired , cleaned, deprimed
One bag containing 28 brand new Winchester cases
One full unopened box of Sierra 60 grain hollow point bullets
One box containing 98 Sierra 75 grain hollow point bullets
One box containing 62 Sierra 75 grain hollow point bullets

$50.00 for all with free shipping to your door.

Thanks.
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Re: 6mm Remington reloading components

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Items are sold. Thanks.
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Re: 6mm Remington reloading components

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well one less thing to worry about....my first centerfire rifle was a Ruger M77-V in 6mm Remington; chosen due to subtle ballistic/reloading advantage vs 243 Winchester... We all know how that turned out, but as a teenage kid who grew up using a 75 year old 22 LR with a scope whose crosshairs I replaced with a 'post' I cut from a foil pie-plate, my 'Target Model Lee Reloader' with inside neck teamed and micrometer seating die allowed me to cover ten 6mm holes at 100 yards with a dime...!

I still have that rifle and feel guilty I've moved onto Savage M10's in 223 and 308... :|

...but my problem isn't lack of components...I still have the original 500 neck-sized cases I've fired at most 4 times ...I just need the TIME and motivation to mess with it again. Maybe four decades constitutes 'procrastination'... :lol: :oops:
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