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    The inexpensive cartridge collection

    Collecting wildcat cartridges is very inexpensive because they are almost worthless, they really have little value and sometimes easy to find. I started many years ago at the local rifle ranges, there was a box on the counter that always had some wildcat cartridges plus
    around the range on the ground. Later the you could find wildcats at the shows and they were cheap. These are real wildcats not something made-up at your reloading bench.

    I have one of Warren Page's 240 PSP cartridges, he was gun editor for Field & Stream magazine for years

    The OKH cartridges were all developed by O'Neil-Keith-Hopkins and the 350 Griffin & Howe was a 375 H&H necked down to 350 cal. G&H had their own headstamp too

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