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    Nosler Partition .25 cal bullets F/S

    I have some Nosler Partition .25 cal bullets for sale.

    2 boxes (50 bullets each) 115 grain still in sealed factory box

    1 box (opened -60 bullets) 100 grain

    These are all partition style, non boat tail, flat base spitzer bullets.

    I am down to only loading one bullet and don't need these. They retail for about 33.00 a box.


    I'll sell them for $50.00 for all 3 and shipping to Con. US included.
    If you want them PM me with your address and details.
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    Howdy CC,

    Interested in your bullets, but only in the 115 grain version. Are they still available?

    I live in laramie, so if you're anywhere near we could just meet sometime. Also, I'm curious what your one bullet load is. Sounds like you've found a good recipe.
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    I got these bullets when I bought a .257 Wby. I sold the Wby to a friend who just had to have it. I shoot a .25-06 and only shoot 117 gr Sierra BTs in it. The load is 53 gr 4831 SC. MV is 3100. I use my M77 Ruger for deer and antelope. I do have a ballistic turret from Leupold for this load. This load shoots and performs so well for me I won't be using anything else. Shot a nice buck antelope in 2012 at 471 yds with this load, one shot...dropped like a rock!

    I have a table in our local gun show this weekend, if I don't sell them I'll PM you.
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    Sold them at the gunshow.
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