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  1. Morrisman

    Tikka T3 243

    Hello, Just a chance really. Prefferably fairly close but could travel. Cheers
  2. Evening all, For sale are the following .243 WIN reloading bits. Essentially brand new, loaded less than 100 rounds total. Lee Pacesetter dies: Full length sizer/de-capper, dead length bullet seater, factory crimp die, scoop, shell holder. £26 posted (£36 new). Lee neck sizing collet die. £15 posted (£23 new). 79 x unfired PPU brass + 10 once fired. £22 posted (£40 per 100 new). 60 x Sierra 85gr softpoints. £11 posted (£28 per 100 new). 78 x Sierra 85gr BTHP. £15 (£31 per 100 new). SOLD
  3. hi all just put in for a 243 to be told that I have to give a bigger base ground that I have got my 22/250 its a 4oo acre farm had my rifle for about 10 years is this the normal or have I got some one that being funny with me as been told by a mate he as got a 25/06 with no base ground up north
  4. Hi I've recently had my cert back with a new slot for a 243. I'm after a good rifle that will last a very long time as I don't want to be changing it anytime soon. I've been looking at tikka sako etc, and like the look of the M595. Does anyone have any feedback on these rifles? Does anyone know of anyone with one thinking of parting with it? Or does anyone have another type of rifle which they are thinking of selling? Any help info on any rifle in 243 would be appreciated. Many thanks
  5. Been out with tucker1 today and this is the group he is getting with his .243 powder vit N140 70grn at 100 yards
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