.333 Hunting Bullets - Free

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  1. MRogersII

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    Recently I bid on an estate sale having mixed lot of brass and bullets at an online auction. Among the misc items were two boxes of .333 bullets, 200gr and 250gr.

    If anyone can use these, and will pay a $15 shipping fee, you are welcome to them.

    Please pm if interested.

    Michael

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    That is very nice of you.
     

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    Give, and it shall be given unto you; good measure, pressed down, and shaken together, and running over, shall men give into your bosom. - Luke 6:38
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    Do these work in a 318 Wesley Richards?
     

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    If these are not spoken for, I could use them and would happily pay the shipping. Very nice of you.
     

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    I believe the bullets have found a new home. If he changes his mind, I will re-post. Thank you.
    Michael
     

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    The 318 WR takes a .330" bullet. These are .333", so shooting them in a 318 would swag them down .0015" per side which would really run up the pressure where it is most crucial (at the initial movement of the bullet into the bore). Another option would be to have a swaging die and reduce the diameter prior to using them.
     

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