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That prompted me to have a look and they had a screaming deal on 225 gr partitions that were overruns not blem's for 9.95 a box. Had to get me 4 of them plus going to try out the E tip all copper in 200 gr. That stash should last me a long while. WH
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The E-Tip is all gilding metal, not all copper. I also purchased a box to test in my 338-06. So far the only bullet I have been able to get to sub 3/4 moa in that rifle is the 185 Barnes, so I'm hoping this will also fly and give me more bullet weight.
I have gotten some great deals from this site. They usually take about 3 weeks to arrive, shipping from Oregon to Georgia takes up nearly a week of that. This site I check just about every day as these deals come in and go out very quickly. Very well packaged in an extremely sturdy box. Guess it's time to get the Nosler reloading book, as it looks like I will be ordering quite a few more bullets from these folks.
Probably have to beef up my bullet shelf as it's starting to sag from all the lead on it now.
I've ordered the Custom Competition .308" 155gr before, and it is a fantastic bullet, IMHO. If one had a meplat uniformer, there would be little difference between these factory seconds and the premiums sold through a retailer.
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