50-95 Need Brass & Dies

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I wish you luck. I have the 4 boxes that came with mine. Very hard to find. On the up side, it shoots great.
 

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Dies: CH Tool or RCBS cowboy dies?
Brass: Robertson Ctg. Co.
 

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Love to see pics of your 50-95. I bought mine in 1987, sold it in 1996, bought it back from an internet sale in 2018.
 

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Love to see pics of your 50-95. I bought mine in 1987, sold it in 1996, bought it back from an internet sale in 2018.

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Thank you. They are BIG rifles!
 

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I lost the post from who ever said they had 50-95 dies and bras for sale. Please respond?
 

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The rim on .50-110 is too small a diameter to work in the .50-95.
However I may need some .50-110 brass if you have any for sale.
 

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Yes. I have a 50-100-450 (same brass but different bullet weight) in an original 1886. I would like to buy as much as I can but can't accept for free. How much do you have, or how many do you want to sell?
 

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Yes. I have a 50-100-450 (same brass but different bullet weight) in an original 1886. I would like to buy as much as I can but can't accept for free. How much do you have, or how many do you want to sell?
I will check..I have loaded 525 grain hard cast at 2000 fps if you need that also
 

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I'm in Alaska so shipping loaded ammo is very expensive. I can only take unprimed brass. There is no ground service to AK as there is 2000 miles of Canada to passs through.
 

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I'm in Alaska so shipping loaded ammo is very expensive. I can only take unprimed brass. There is no ground service to AK as there is 2000 miles of Canada to passs through.
Yes cal it's brian.we talked about the 450-400 alot this summer
 

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