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    7.35 Bullets Available

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    This morning Liberty Tree Collectors had pulled ball 7.35 Carcano bullets available.

    Selling in lots of 100 for $39. Site says "several lots available"

    Look in the "New Arrivals" tab.

    I've had trouble finding anything except resized .308 bullets for my 7.35, so wanted to pass this along to 7.35 Carcano shooters.

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    Try Graf & Sons

    https://www.grafs.com/retail/catalog...roductId/21414

    These are made just for Graf & Sons by Hornady, sometimes they sell out.

    Right now they also have Prvi Partizan Brass in 7.35x51 with Boxer primer pockets.

    https://www.grafs.com/retail/catalog...roductId/12647

    I literally waited for years for them to get in a new stock of this brass.
    I ended up paying three times as much for the brass & bullets as I did for the rifle.

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    They used to make bullet swaging and lubricating dies in the 7.35mm (.395 to .300) sizes. But not today. There may be some that pop up on Ebay now and then though. One could hone out a .285 size die though to .295 to .300 size and swage the .308 bullets with it. Some guys made their own dies too. RCBS and some others can make a custom bullet swaging die too.

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    Pretty well set on bullets now. Like Randy, I have way more in components now than rifle. I think I have more (400-500) bullets than I will likely shoot.

    Buffalo Arms recently had a batch of Hornady .300 128 gr for sale. I bought 200 and I'm done now. Need to shoot the thing more.

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