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45 Colt ammo in new "rustic" container

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Re: 45 Colt ammo in new "rustic" container

Post by Vaquero » Tue Jul 30, 2019 6:48 pm

Heck .42 ea. ain't bad.

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Re: 45 Colt ammo in new "rustic" container

Post by PT7 » Tue Jul 30, 2019 10:48 pm

Agreed on the per round cost. I don't exactly recall how I found this MT company, which hand loads CAS ammo. Glad I did.

It suits my need to feed my 45 Colt revolver, and the ammo (as far as I can tell) is quality. Most of all, the Choice Folk have been very helpful as I researched their load data, and especially they always have provided good CS to me. They don't yet beat Henry's CS, but they try hard. I'll continue to use them.

I think their products will continue to be in demand. There are a lot of Cowboy-action shooters out there! ;)

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P.S. Whenever I look at the ammo on their website, I also enjoy some of the photos they use showing their MT location in the Bitterroot Valley. This pic isn't on their site, but it sure is purdy country. I could see living and working in this area!
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Vaquero wrote:
Tue Jul 30, 2019 6:48 pm
Heck .42 ea. ain't bad.

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