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WTB 22-250 brass

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by kurt02, Jan 30, 2009.

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  1. kurt02

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    I am looking for 2000 rounds of 22-250 brass once fired or new either way if anybody has some they want to sell I would appreciate it.

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    If Kurt doesn't take it, I'd love to have it.

    Let me know and I'll foot the bill for shipping. I am in 28625

    Thanks

    Drew
     
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    Why don't you just pick up some cheap 308 brass and neck it down - have to shorten it a little bit after necking it down but you can find cheap 308 about every place. (7.62 Nato) the beav
     
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    I have made a lot of .243 from .308 but never 22-250.

    After checking the 2 cases with my dial caliper I have a feeling I would have a case stuck in the die and all the accompanying hassle.

    The head area of the 22-250 is about .010 smaller than the .308 and you are dealing with solid brass there.

    Are you sure this is what you mean?

    HM
     
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    I have a bunch of new/once fired 22-250 brass. Some nickle some brass. I know I don't have the quantity you want but if you are interested drop me a line (PM or email).

    Doug
     
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    Grafs has a great sale on Nosler brand .22-250 brass right now. Do yourself a favor and by all new brass of the same maker. (the Nosler stuff is very good) The mix and match approach doesn't work if you are looking to get the kind of performance this great little round is capable of. Also second hand brass represents a safety hazard because you don't know its history.

    People use to make their own .22-250 brass from many other calibers including the .30-06 but they did so out of necessity. These days, the .22-250 is a very common round with a huge variety of components available - no reason to fool around with brass forming.
     
  7. kurt02

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    Dan,

    I would definately take it and pay the shipping and something for you also. My email is on here just drop the xxx's

    Thanks
    Kurt
     
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    Isn't 22-250 250 savage necked down?If so I have some of that.I shoot alot of 22-250 so I can't sell you that brass but I have the 250 savage if you are interested.More like 200 not 2000 though.

    Darr Wilson
     
  9. kurt02

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    No thanks I appreciate it but I am not that into reloading.

    Thanks,

    Kurt
     
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