Good source for .30 Carbine cast

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Reload
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Good source for .30 Carbine cast

Postby Reload » Wed Jun 06, 2012 8:33 am

Check out Penn Bullets. He sells a 115gr RNBB rated @ 2000FPS. Good prices and shipping. They're sized to .309 and claims they're accurate. He also does custom sizing if you want.

http://www.pennbullets.com/30/30-caliber.html

WyrTwister
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Re: Good source for .30 Carbine cast

Postby WyrTwister » Fri Aug 17, 2012 8:55 am

Reload wrote:Check out Penn Bullets. He sells a 115gr RNBB rated @ 2000FPS. Good prices and shipping. They're sized to .309 and claims they're accurate. He also does custom sizing if you want.

http://www.pennbullets.com/30/30-caliber.html


I size the bullets I cast for my Inland M1 Carbine to .311" - .312" & then tumble lube them .

As long as the larger diameter bullets will chamber in your Carbine , after it has been loaded in your brass , I see no downside to going with them .

If I was going to buy the bullets , I would certainly contact Penn Bullets .

God bless
Wyr

Wyr


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