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    .277 Target/match bullets

    Hi anyone got any target heads in .277 need some to load up for range assesment at Bisley and a bit of paper punching.
    Cheers
    Lordy

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    some further down in here

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    Sierra do some 135 grain target bullets, just thorght id let you no.

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    The Noslers advertised are only 115g was looking for something around the 130g - 150g mark like the Matchkings. I used to shoot them but don't have a local supplier and as they can be posted thought I'd see what people might want to sell before buying from a stockist.

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    Matchkings can be posted to you as there not expanding there target bullets and not made to expand so they can be posted straight to your door. same with any target bullet as there none expanding.

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    i can get what ever you like as long as they are in stock for sensible prices please pm exactly what yould like and ill do my level best to get them out to you for tuesday as long s they are in stock
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    Spuds a top bloke for gear at the rite prices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lordy View Post
    Hi anyone got any target heads in .277 need some to load up for range assesment at Bisley and a bit of paper punching.
    Cheers
    Lordy
    rare breed target in 270 but have a box of sierra matching. £25 + pp. if any use drop me a pm.

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