RSA bullets - Steward Bullets

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  1. PeteG

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    Morning all,
    A question for the guys reloading from RSA, any news or reviews on Stewart bullets?

    I am planning on purchasing a couple of hundred rounds and cases for my 333J and wondering if anyone can offer some advice on their personal use of any of their components?

    http://sapremiumbullets.yolasite.co...mIb23da11252ab48c684de4fd0a3c5aeb0Posted=true

    Going off this website, managed to get prompt replies from Johan there so its a good start.

    Cheers

    Edit - Its Stewart Bullets, not steward... :E Doh:
     

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    Surprised nobody responded!
     
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    In African Dangerous Game Cartridges by Pierre van Der Walt Stewart bullets are highly regarded as are some other South African manufactured bullets.
     
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    Yeah, was hoping someone in RSA would be using them, will wait and see...

    Thanks, that helps. I dont have many options when it comes to the 333J, so its down to Stewart and Woodleigh.
    So far their response was quick and helpful, prices were reasonable as well so i'll give it a go.

    Just waiting on gunsmithing quotes now for the 416Rigby and the 333J to go to RSA for some attention...;)
     
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