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Thread: N.O.E TL359-192-RF Ranchdog (357 MAG, 357 MAX, 38 SPC, 350 Legend) Group Buy

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    N.O.E TL359-192-RF Ranchdog (35 REM, 358 WIN, 35 Whelen, 350Leg.,357 MAG/MAX/38 SPC,

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    N.O.E TL359-192-RF Ranchdog (35 REM, 358 WIN, 35 Whelen, 357 MAG, 357 MAX, 38 SPC, 350 Legend) - Al has all the tooling for this mold already. We need 5 to get this into the active and 10 molds to run.

    GROUP BUY DISCOUNT OF 15% GIVEN AT INVOICE TIME

    Solid

    - 2, 3, 4 or 5 Cavity Solid
    - Plain Base Only

    Hollow Point

    -2 or 4 cavity HP with all the pins Brass or aluminum
    - For 2 and 4 cavity Plain Base or Gas Check
    - Spec your size .359 only for now...
    - FN, Cup HP Pins and Deep HP Pins

    Prices:

    Solid:

    2 Cavity- 68.00 + Shipping (Discount Included)
    3 Cavity- 73.00+ Shipping (Discount Included)
    4 Cavity- 79.00+ Shipping (Discount Included)
    5 Cavity- 85.00+ Shipping (Discount Included)

    HP

    2 Cavity- Aluminum-HP- 89.00 + Shipping (Discount Included)
    4 Cavity- Aluminum-HP- 113.00+ Shipping (Discount Included)

    2 Cavity- Brass-HP- 107.00 + Shipping (Discount Included)
    4 Cavity- Brass-HP- 132.00 + Shipping (Discount Included)

    Instructions:

    Disguised Email- HP or Solid- Diameter-# of Cavities-PB

    Example:

    j_bownes at yahoo dot com -SOLID .359- 4 Cavity PB-Aluminum
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    j_bownes at yahoo dot com – HP -.359- 4 Cavity GC-Brass

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    Solid:

    1)rocpyro at gmail-SOLID - .359 - 4 Cavity PB -Brass
    2)j_bownes at yahoo dot com -SOLID - .359 - 5 Cavity PB - Aluminum
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    Can anybody comment on how Arsenal hollow point molds compare to a Mihec mold as far as the pins working?

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    2cavity Aluminum Solid, .359, PB/GC combo

    mhaley7030 at aol dot com

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowfin View Post
    Can anybody comment on how Arsenal hollow point molds compare to a Mihec mold as far as the pins working?
    There's pluses and minuses to both style HP molds...MP Molds has a little more variety in pins and they are hardened steel. But the NOE Pins drop easier IMO, not sure but I think they are stainless or some shiny steel alloy.
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    Please cancel my request (post #3) for for the 2cav solid PB/GC combo. Checked my personal inventory and I already have one.

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    Is there an option for a brass solid? I just like brass.....if not, list me for a 4 cav solid, plain base. On a side note, if I'm PC'ing, is there really a need to GC? Am I really losing something here?

    rocpyro at gmail

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    PC is not a replacement for a GC.

    BUT it will Protect the base more then if the bullet was without it. I have had no issues past 1700 fos using a PLAIN BASE bullet Powder coated.

    If your Using a GC base bullet thats been PCd, might be a different story. I do not know for sure. Only GC bullets that are PCd that I use are targeted subsonic bullets.

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    Fixed up gents...
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Abbreviations used in Reloading

BP Bronze Point IMR Improved Military Rifle PTD Pointed
BR Bench Rest M Magnum RN Round Nose
BT Boat Tail PL Power-Lokt SP Soft Point
C Compressed Charge PR Primer SPCL Soft Point "Core-Lokt"
HP Hollow Point PSPCL Pointed Soft Point "Core Lokt" C.O.L. Cartridge Overall Length
PSP Pointed Soft Point Spz Spitzer Point SBT Spitzer Boat Tail
LRN Lead Round Nose LWC Lead Wad Cutter LSWC Lead Semi Wad Cutter
GC Gas Check