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Wanted - .38 SPECIAL TARGET WADCUTTER RELOADS

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by BDodd, Apr 28, 2009.

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  1. BDodd

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    Physical dilemmas have ended my interest in IPSC and IDPA defensive competition several years ago. This tempted me to sell my prized Dillon 550B loader and all the related gear. Now the daughter and 2 grand boys discovered an interest in shooting and will be bored with the .22 rifle and snake loads soon enough. Shotguns are out of the question for some reason and I won't argue with them. I hope to find someone in the general vicinity of West or Central Oregon that is able to provide .38 special wad cutters at nominal speed for a reasonable price. Doubtful that we'd need more than 500 quarterly or so. We would be returning brass. Alternative would be a buy on a no-longer-needed Dillon Sq. deal with .38 dies and knowledge of a local bullet maker. Åny interest here?.....Bob Dodd
     
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    Most that reload would encourage your kids to "roll their own"!
    If I had the reloads, I would think 2x before selling them....liability!
    Too many blown up guns to risk bad feelings, law suits, etc..
     
  3. BDodd

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    Points taken.
     
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    So, 221, where do we go to get licensed? or is this just your continued supposition.....
     
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