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    Tucson AZ
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    Taking my kids hunting, seeing areas of AZ that I haven't been,.

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    Alliant Reloder 26 - New/Sealed

    Same here. Easy transaction, RECCE arrived on time and had exactly what he described in his post. Thanks RECCE.
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    Alliant Reloder 26 - New/Sealed

    I will take the remaining 4.
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    WTB 7PRC or 6.5PRC

    I have a brand new Bergara Highlander in 6.5 PRC. Unfired, except for the factory test. Both my other Bergaras shoot very well, way under .5 MOA with reloads. $1350 FTF in Tucson
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    Looking for a few 300 prc brass

    I’m in Tucson and will give you a few pieces.
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    Great looking pups. Off topic but, wish I could find a female mini version. I would love a 25-30 pounder.
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    Ruger mkiii Target .22 Stainless

    One of my favorites. GLWS
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    Firestone Tires Destination M/T2

    Location?
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    Wtb: Reloader 23

    That’s a very fair price in today’s market. I paid. $ 493 out the door for an 8 pound jug at Sportsman.
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    Picture going around .....

    Great buck, I’m jealous. Fair chase or not.
  10. Way to stay focused and make it happen. Congrats to everyone involved.
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    1,000 federal 215 large rifle magnum primers

    I have 1000 of the 210M that I would like to trade for 215M. Logistics could be an issue. I’m in Tucson.
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    WTT - My Federal 210M primers for 215M

    Bustedknuckles, Im looking for 215M, I have the 210M to trade. thx for the response pm sent to coues@186
  13. Anyone want to trade your 215M primers for 210M. I have a full unopened case (1000) of 210M to trade. thanks Jim
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    Interesting Read

    Pretty random, the deer were divided into 2 groups. Northern Coues and southern units. I don’t recall if there was a major difference between those groups. The areas with a lower population was more likely to have hybrids.
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    Interesting Read

    2 percent of Coues are hybrids based on genetic studies on almost 400 samples.
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