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Old June 20, 2002, 12:04 PM   #1
Paul Fitz Jones
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45-70 Saeco Target bullet mold

Imagine the time you can save using a 4 cavity mold for a 344 grain bullet for target and meat getting that does not give you a sore shoulder or 500 grain recoil flinch?? I have 2 new in the box with gunstock handles made in 1975
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Old June 20, 2002, 12:39 PM   #2
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Do you have anything left for a .38-55? A .380" 255 gr would be handy.
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Old June 20, 2002, 08:14 PM   #3
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38-55 Response

Sorry Jim, My 70's business was police oriented in pistol calibers with the exception of 30 M1 carbine 125 gr Gas check and bevel base designs for 30 caliber rifle plinkers in my 06's and my owning a 45-70 Marlin.

Pics of remaining bullets are at fitz_grips, fitz_grips@hotmail.com

With the exception that the 45-70 bullet pic is inaccurate as it does not show two driving bands, two lube grooves and a crimp groove and is responsible for me having a couple left.

Thanks paul
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