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I am in need of some .260 Rem. brass.  I would like to buy or trade for some 1X fired.  I have .270 Win., .30-06, .35 Whelen, .35 Rem., .243 Win. and some .300 Win. and maybe some other I can trade.
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Why not re-size your .243 brass?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: July/20/2011 at 14:21
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anomad,
 
I have thought about it but, was hoping to get some 1x .260 brass.
 
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I know that MWUSA has it but I'm a cheap SOB Wink
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260 isn't yet mainstream, it might be tough to find once-fired brass.  As ammo isn't everywhere, many of us 260 fans reload our own.  And, as such, brass is something we hold on to.

Good luck finding brass.
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I'm good for .260 brass guys.  Guy on another board is gonna made me a deal on 50 rounds Rem. and I'm swapping some Rem. .35 Whelen ammo for some Rem. .260 ammo.  Also, I have a friend who shoots .260; he doesn't reload but saves his brass, gotta deal going there too.
 
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Beware of others' reloaded ammo!  I barely trust myself, much less someone I don't know.

Glad you got the brass.  I am a 260 fan.
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