New Blems and Over-Runs at SPS 7/13/2012

NoslerMP

Range Officer
Jun 1, 2011
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Blems

Nosler 22-80gr CC HPBT (Blem) 100ct 13.45
Nosler 30-06 Unprimed Brass (Blem) 50ct 29.95
Nosler 30-150 BT (Blem) 50ct 13.45
Nosler 30-168gr CC HPBT (Blem) 100ct 17.95

Over-Runs

Nosler 30-180gr Partition Spitzer 50ct (OVER-RUN) 15.95
Nosler 338-225gr AccuBond 50ct (OVER-RUN) 19.95
Nosler 8mm-180gr Ballistic Tip 50ct (OVER-RUN) 14.95
Nosler 375-260gr Partition Spitzer 25ct (OVER-RUN) 12.95
Nosler 35cal-225gr Partition Spitzer 25ct (OVER-RUN) 11.95
Nosler 6.5mm 125gr Partition Spitzer 50ct (OVER-RUN) 15.95
Nosler Custom 350 Remington Mag Brass, 25ct (OVER-RUN) 38.95
Nosler 45-185gr CC JHP (OVER-RUN) 1000ct 139.95
 

OU812

Handloader
Apr 18, 2006
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When ya going to over run or blem some 8mm 200 partitions? :mrgreen:

Better yet make a 220 Partition then over run them. :grin:
 

JD338

Range Officer
Staff member
Nov 4, 2004
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Bill,

Nicely done!
If Nosler made a 8mm 220 gr PT, they would sell every one they make. :wink:


JD338
 

wildgene

Handloader
Jul 4, 2011
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SJB358":14ijynqz said:
Same here, that would push me a little!


...well, we all know why there aren't any 220gr. 8mm Noslers yet, don't we??? :mrgreen:
 

OU812

Handloader
Apr 18, 2006
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wildgene":1h90xxba said:
SJB358":1h90xxba said:
Same here, that would push me a little!


...well, we all know why there aren't any 220gr. 8mm Noslers yet, don't we??? :mrgreen:

Yes we do. Strange how HE doesn't seem to know why there are no 8mm 220 partitions.

Bill
 

SJB358

Ballistician
Dec 24, 2006
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I swear it is on the list! It is the old adage, what came first, the chicken of the egg.. The Egg being the 220 PT in this case!
 

onesonek

Handloader
Apr 4, 2008
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I certainly would agree, that a 8mm/220 gr would be a welcome addition. I know I have stated in the past that the 200 gr. PT is all I would need in a 8mm, but for the most part, that is considering it in my use strictly for Elk. Albeit, the 200 gr. is near the bottom end of SD in my thoughts for such. The 220 gr. weight, also would have benefits imo.

With that said the last two notice's, pretty much took care of this months reloading supply budget, and beyond some. My wallet is happy, some other's I use were not listed :lol:
 

DrMike

Ballistician
Nov 8, 2006
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I can speak from experience, however, that the 200 grain PT from my 325WSM takes down elk and moose right smartly. I'm not certain that a 200 grain will take them down any quicker. Having said that, I would nevertheless stock up on them should they be released soon.
 

onesonek

Handloader
Apr 4, 2008
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I agree on that Mike. I also stock up on some I don't use often, and then other's I haven't used as of yet,,,,,just to keep some options open.
 
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