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  1. loboscout

    Fs dies

    Three dies, $30 each for the Lee dies and $35 for the RCBS. The .270 and .260 dies are new.
  2. 200"mulie

    Boyds wood stock .270 wsm

    For sale BOYDS NUTMEG LAMINATE FINSHED - Winchester model 70 - short mag - 1 piece floor plate. Asking for $70 ... Originally bought for $99 threw boyds website. Never been used ... as I bought the wrong stock. TUCSON AREA
  3. Tikka T3 Lite chambered in .270 with a Vortex Viper PST FFP illuminated reticle scope. Leupold rings, Harris Bipod, cheek pad/ zippered storage. Adjustable trigger(2-4lbs) currently set a 2 lbs and very crisp. I’ll even throw in a cabelas hard case. Great set up, I just don’t use this rifle (only a dozen rounds through it) and could use the money. $1100 OBO
  4. Putting this out there for a friend. If anyone is interested shoot me a PM and I will give you his number. Rifle was won at an auction and has less than a box of ammo through it. $300
  5. Anyone have any experience with the Ruger American rifle? CAL Ranch has one chambered in .270 with Kryptek Mandrake camo on their clearance rack for $310. Regularly $399. Nice looking rifle, and I've always had great experiences with Ruger. Looking to replace my old 1903A3 .30-06 for deer and possibly elk. It's a great rifle, handed down to me from my great grandpa, but I'd like something a bit lighter that shoots tighter groups. Any input is appreciated. http://www.cabelas.com/product/RUGER-AMERICAN-KRYPTEK-MD-RIFLE/2006392.uts
  6. Got a nice looking Rem 700 BDL in .270 that needs a new home. Haven't shot it. Think stock is aftermarket, but not sure, it has a nice matte rubbed oil finish on it. Barrel code shows 1968. Comes with Buehler Rings and mounts. $450 face to face in Tucson area. Can ship to an FFL for $30 more. Happy to answer questions and can email more pictures, Kent

    wtb .270 wsm brass

    I am looking for some .270wsm brass if anyone has some they would like to get rid off. Prefer Winchester but I am open to others if need be. Thanks.
  8. Angler4Life


  9. 200"mulie

    .270 WSM

    Winchester .270 WSM model 70 , boyd's wood stock, truglow scope, and case. asking $800.
  10. darthskywalker29

    WTB tikka t3 .243, .308, 7mm-08

    I'm looking to buy a Tikka t3 lite. Preferably chambered in .243 win, .308 win, or 7mm-08. I will consider other bolt action rifles in those calibers. You can text me offers to (4 eight oh) 4 oh six - 5 three 4 six
  11. This weekend's hunt couldn't come fast enough. I'm a full time student at ASU and I also work full time so I couldn't wait to get out in the field with my dad and my brother. Special thanks to my wife for her understanding and support. With 3 crazy boys and newborn baby girl at home she deserves a get away more than I do, but she still supported me in going on this hunt. Opening morning came and we were sitting on our predetermined glassing point trying to stay warm against the brutal wind. We waited for it to get light and started picking apart the hills. By 9 am we had seen 12 does but no bucks. The three bucks we had seen Thursday night were no where to be found. There were a lot of other hunters in the area so we decided to head back to camp around noon and devise a new plan for the afternoon. We decided to go to another area that we thought would have no other hunters and we have seen lots of deer on previous hunts. We arrived at the spot, parked and hiked in the one mile to our glassing point. We sat down and got the binos set up at just after 3 pm. After about two minutes my dad said he had a deer and it was a buck. We looked him over for a few minutes as he fed and milled around. My dad asked me if I wanted to go shoot him. I was more than happy to oblige. My brother and I emptied our packs and began our stalk of just under a mile. My dad stayed put to keep track of him. My brother and I were in position of the now bedded buck by 4:00. We had to wait almost and hour for the deer to get up. This is my view as we waited for him to stand up. And here he is after. 358 yards. .270 shooting 150 grain Berger VLD. We hiked out in the dark and got back to camp at about 7:30 Friday night. This is my 7th coues buck and a lot of luck helped me tag him. (Like most hunts, but this made this buck my lucky number 7) Saturday morning we went to a completely different area and new to us. We have always wanted to scout this massive canyon but never had the chance so we decided to hunt it. It took us over an hour to hike up to the top to be able to glass. We found a doe and a fawn before moving down the ridge a little to get a new angle on the canyon. After about an hour we moved one more time. After about 20 minutes I glassed up a buck across the canyon. My brother and I again prepared for the stalk and my dad stayed put to keep an eye on him. My brother put the hurt on him with his .270, 150 grain Berger at 388 yards. Lets just say once we had moved into position we were pleasantly surprised with the size of this buck. My buck scores 88 and my brothers taped out at 112. Clay at Mogollon Taxidermy aged him at about 8 years old. We had a great time as always. My brother and dad will be going back out looking for a buck for my dad.