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Topic: 215 grain Woodleigh bullets
Posted By: 303carbine
Subject: 215 grain Woodleigh bullets
Date Posted: March 26 2006 at 10:42am

Finally got these very expensive bullets from Woodleigh and plan on doing some loads up for them. At a 100$ for 100 bullets I can't be plinking them away.

When I was on the phone with the bullet supplier in Ontario Canada the sales guy made sure not to mention that these bullets were boxes of 50 only and not 100 round count as I had thought.     Talk about sticker shock when I opened up the package to find only half the bullets I was expecting.

Seeing that these friggin' things are gold plated I better lock'em up and keep them for when the stock market crashes again, that way I will have something to negotiate with.




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Posted By: Ed Hill
Date Posted: March 26 2006 at 11:29am
Midway USA has the 215 grn for US $30 a box. Will they ship North? If you get hit with import duties, it might come out the same?
Ed 


Posted By: kombi76
Date Posted: March 27 2006 at 4:50pm

Mmmm, CAD$50 per box of 50, huh? Ouch! We can get the 215gn Woodleighs for about AUD$34 for 50.

Mind you, a 50 box of Barnes TSX 168gn 30 cal bullets is AUD$76!!

 



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Posted By: 303carbine
Date Posted: March 30 2006 at 8:49am

After buying these gold plated Woodleigh bullets I find out they don't cycle worth sh*t out of my BSA. $100 for 100 bullets is a frikkin' joke, you figure that that Woodleigh would have figured this out already and made a 215 grain spire point bullet.     Thats the last time they ever scam me for money......



Posted By: kombi76
Date Posted: April 04 2006 at 12:38pm

What can I say? Maybe your's doesn't like RNs.

Steve Redgewell makes a 200gn Spitzer. Maybe you should chase up some of them.



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Posted By: hoadie
Date Posted: April 04 2006 at 12:43pm
I wuz @ Wal Mart today(cause thats usually where I pick up my trap loads) I made note of the prices of .303 british loads.Federal Power-Shok 150 grn (20 box) $19.94 + taxes, Winchester 180 grn Power point $17.67, Remington 180 grn core-lokt $20.36, & Winchester or Federal trap loads (12 & 20 ga.) 7 1/2 are still $20.00 per 100.
Just F.Y.I.
hoadie

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Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: April 06 2006 at 11:35am
At the risk of being offered a last cigarette & the option of a blind fold ! Or just being pelted with house bricks (I don't belive anyone on this site would be common enough to just use rocks to stone a bloke to death )  I use 215gn Cast bullets & have used 215 gn RNs over the years but have found them to be a sopecialist round for BIG animals like Water Buff ! For normal work & I would include  Camel ,Donkeys (& Buff on occastion) A good 180 gn bullet is plenty ample to handle anything that walks ,crawls ,Flies ! I really think the 215gn is out dated with the selection of 180gn bullets on the market these days!

 In the words of Breaker Morant .....Shoot straight You Bastards! (also I smoke 12mg & yes I would like the blind fold )

     Dave  


Posted By: 303carbine
Date Posted: April 06 2006 at 2:14pm
I don't understand why the Woodleigh's don't work in my rifles, the Norma 216 grainers work flawlessly in all 3 of my Enfields.I guess its single load them at the range


Posted By: kombi76
Date Posted: April 14 2006 at 1:16am

Which Norma 216 grainers are they?

Perhaps you should try seating the bullets differently? Just a suggestion.



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Cheers & God Bless
Sporting Shooters Association of Australia - www.ssaa.org.au


Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: April 17 2006 at 9:13am
easter monday,here in the land of moose and canucks. supposed to rest,wife says Today, you are a lumber jack that means get gas for chainsaw and cut down and buck up cedar trees  then along comes my m8,  .303Carbine says, heres a sack of 180 grain cast,3grove lubed and gas checked projectiles 4  u  2  reload     good on ya  .303 Carbine the day is saved, lots of .303s  to reload.    went  4  coffee.  he then showedme some  520+  grain cast projectiles for his  .45-70  sure would like to introduce them to an auzzie buffalo!!!     DAVE  H   ,think they,d work mate?     POPS (glenn)      S**T    misses home soon, gotta cut down the bloody trees   later guys


Posted By: 303carbine
Date Posted: April 18 2006 at 8:46am
Pops gave me about 30 pounds of pure lead, I will have to get some more 303 cast bullets over to him when this stuff hits the melting pot. Thanks pops , see ya soon , John



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