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WTB.....Federal Nickle Plated 7-30 Waters Brass

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Ruck, Feb 13, 2013.

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  1. Ruck

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    Anyone have any tucked away in a box or bin somewhere?

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    Ttt
     
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    I have a 14" T/C Contender barrel in 7-30 Waters and never saw nickle-plated brass in that caliber. Federal was the only company to offer loaded ammo and brass. They discontinued it years ago so I buy every box of factory loads I can find at gun shows and such and still only have about six boxes.

    I don't think that nickle-plated .30-30 brass was ever made but if so, you could always neck some if it down.

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    I have about 200 rounds of Fed. nickel plated, but I have to share it between my 14" Contender pistol and my wife's Contender carbine. I was trying to find some more to forego the neck sizing/fireforming hassle.

    Ken
     
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