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WANTED POWDER TINS

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by shooters2, Dec 2, 2010.

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  1. shooters2

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    Hi. I am new here and am seeking help. I am looking for 2 EMPTY wst 8lb powder tins with good labels. Don't know if these are still around or not but what better place to look than from all of you. Thanks, Denny
     
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    You just might be surprised
     
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    Any paticular brand or powder? Do you want tin or the old cardboard style? Paul in Nebraska.
     
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    psfive If I read it right he is asking for wst powder tins. Which I beleive wst means Winchester Super Target. Shooters2 I do not mean to disapoint you, I have one but I really do not want to part with it. I have been just keeping it around for the nostalgia of it. It sits on the corner of my loading bench. I might be persuaded though.
     
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