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Widener's has to value packs in stock. They went up to $126.50
Just in case anyone is interested.
 

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they are very accurate. They are the easiest bullet to load for. They are .5 accurate with a jump or into the lands. The best, they go really really fast like 2900-3200 fast from 16-20" barrels. They have a very good BC or the size and weight which make them flat shooting. With that combo they are good for target, varmints, even deer and defense although the last two there are better choice but these will work.. There is something about shooting a 90 gr bullet as fast as a 243 or 6 mm rem mag can but with 40% less powder and shorter barrel can with the same weight bullet. :mrgreen: They also will soot inside a 308 out to 500 yards if it is using the 168-175 gr bullets only the 155 and some super light bullets will have less drop.
 

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They are one of the most universally accurate bukkets with every powder and from any barrel. They have great BC and are one of the cheapest bullets when you buy the value packs. I just wish they made a 110 Gr. BTHP version.
 

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I just ordered one pack. They have 1 more left.
 

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I found a couple 100 paks of these bullets for 19.95 locally, and have added them to my growing pile of bullets to be loaded this winter.
 

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rcd567 said:
I found a couple 100 paks of these bullets for 19.95 locally, and have added them to my growing pile of bullets to be loaded this winter.
I scored the last 2 varmint packs (650 bullets each) on closeout from my local Gander Mountain for $57.88 each :mrgreen:
 

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Bushman_269 said:
rcd567 said:
I found a couple 100 paks of these bullets for 19.95 locally, and have added them to my growing pile of bullets to be loaded this winter.
I scored the last 2 varmint packs (650 bullets each) on closeout from my local Gander Mountain for $57.88 each :mrgreen:
I'm not positive, but I'm pretty sure I hate you. :wink: Good find.
 
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