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    LH 243 bushpig and a couple other things

    Afternoon peeps

    Got a few things that don't see much use these days so out they go

    Left hand T3 .243 - barrel cut to 16inch with 5/8-24 thread, DPT 6mm suppressor and factory T3 rings (leupold in pic not included) round count about 50. ---- $1250 inc postage
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    Gunworks 41mm Spartan suppressor - 6mm and M14x1 thread. I've got two rear bushes for it one is 16.8mm and the other is 17.9mm. It has a couple marks but is in good condition round count would be about 300. ---- $200 ono inc postage
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    Twin Needle MollyMe - I bought to carry my varmint riflebut also have an Eberlestock which I tend to use because it is easier to take the rifle out of and put back in. about 6 months old and in mint condition --- $200 inc postage
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    Lastly, 243/6mm dies - FL, Neck sizer and seating all in good condition ---- $100 inc post for all 3 or a trade for .204 dies.
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    As you can see the public shame of having a 243 has finally got to me
    "speak softly, and carry a big stick."

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    Damn insurance dragging their heels, lack of coin atm

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    you some sort of MacGyver trap your animals with snares and club them with your shotgun.do you notice a large drop in velocity with the short barrel.never had a proper press for reloading just a lee hand one will the dies screw into any press?

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    Using the shotgun to shot things is just too easy I find was just to wet to drive to beehives so I got walking.

    You do loss a chunk of velocity but I've not shot anything past a hundy and didn't plan to, it is after all a 243. I want to build a 300 blackout in its place
    "speak softly, and carry a big stick."

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    "speak softly, and carry a big stick."

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    "speak softly, and carry a big stick."

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    bump before off to TM
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