Barnes 180gr TTSX 30 Cal

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  1. tarbe

    tarbe BRONZE SUPPORTER AH Enthusiast

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    Just saw some available over at Powder Valley.

    If you want them, you better hurry! ;)


    Tim
     
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    tarbe BRONZE SUPPORTER AH Enthusiast

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    Well, seeing as nobody else wanted any, I broke down and bought 5 boxes for myself!

    There were still showing some in stock a few minutes ago...so may not be too late.
     
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    BRICKBURN SUPER MODERATOR CONTRIBUTOR GOLD BENEFACTOR AH Ambassador

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    It's a great sign they stuck around that long.
    Maybe everyone is finally getting saturated an stock might stick around on the shelves.
     
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    UUUUUUUUUUUUUUUH!..... whath a pity!!!
    Enjoy this bullets! in my country is very difficult to find them, and the import fron another country is FORBIDDEN...
    I only dream shooting this bullets!!! MY GOD...
     
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    bluey GOLD SUPPORTER AH Legend

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    finally after ordering them in 270 grn for my 375 ,way baxk in November last year , the gun shop finally rang and told me they will be here at the end on next week .
    glad he thought to get me 3 boxes ,
    in the 30 cal he still cantt get them yet .
    I ended up loading berger vld in 190 grain ,for our African adventure ,
    they seem a good consolation ,got em zinging out of the 300 rum.
    its just so hard to get any barnes projectiles down here , its a real p.i.t.a.

    bought some factories with ttsx in 180 grain just in case 96 bucks for a pack of 20
     
  6. tarbe

    tarbe BRONZE SUPPORTER AH Enthusiast

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    :eek:

    Holy cow! I think that is about $90 US?

    Make 'em count!! I'm sure you will.....
     
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    tarbe BRONZE SUPPORTER AH Enthusiast

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    Wish it wasn't so. If you found yourself in the States, could you even carry some back home with you?
     
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    They stuck around because they are too heavy to preform best. 150gr TTSX are as heavy as you need in .308 cal.
     
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    tarbe BRONZE SUPPORTER AH Enthusiast

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    The 150 TTSX are still available, too. o_O
     
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    Cannot get TSX for my .300WM here in the UK. Discontinued they say. A Frames are $140 a box in the UK.

    Absolute madness. Got my hands on 100x 180 gr Nosler Partitions which will have to do the job!
     

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