Everything has either sold or I've decided to keep the part.
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(SPF) I have five 30 count packs of 45 caliber 250 grain XTP bullets with 30 sabots for a 50 cal. muzzleloader. These are new, un-opened, and would be great for deer. I will sell them for $5.50 each; cheap enough to get some practice with them. Each pack of 30 weighs roughly 1 and 1/3 pounds and normally sells for $10. (SPF)picture of 30 pack XTP and sabots
(SPF) The next batch is 70 lead bullets with sabots for 50 cal ML practice. 50 are SWC solids and 20 are HP. The SWCs weigh 275 grains and the HP are 250 or 275 grain (don't remember). $10 for all 70. Weight is a little less than 4 pounds (SPF)
(SPF)10 Thompson Center break-away 50 cal. sabots with 240 grain 44 cal XTP bullets in 2 tubes (5 each tube). $1 per tube of 5. (SPF)
(SPF)100 sabots for 45 cal bullets in a 50 cal ML. $6 for the bag of 100(SPF)
(SPF) 90 lead round balls .490 diameter with 90 0.018 lubed TC patches. $7 for the RB and patches. weight is a little less than 3 pounds. (SPF)picture of bullets, sabots, RB, etc.
A group of misc ML items: composite short starter, hollowpoint bullet seater tip and 50 cal cleaning jag, 1 plastic capper (brass capper SPF), 2 powder measures (black and clear tubes), a basic plastic powder flask (empty), small packet of Knight gun oil. $7pic of misc items group 1
The second group of misc items: 3 basic (black) quick refill tubes. One end holds the bullet, the other end holds premeasured powder, and the nub in the middle is a bullet starter. $3 for all 3. The other 3 (red) are TC quick-shot loaders that hold a bullet, powder, and cap/primer ready for a quick reload. The red funnel is an adapter so a patched roundball can be put in the quick-shot loader. To use, you open the end and pour the powder down the barrel and line up the bullet with the muzzle and use your starter to push the bullet into the barrel then seat it then the cap can be placed. $4 for the 3 with PRB adapter. On the bottom of both pictures is an aluminum ramrod with a t-handle built into the end (The T folds down to fit under a rifle). It is for use with a 26 inch barrel muzzleloader if you want to carry it in on the rifle. It worked great as a range rod for my 24 inch barreled TC (already sold locally with the caps and powder). $10 for the rod and bullet starter tip in the end. It's threaded 10-32 for standard tips. pic of misc quickloaders and ramrod
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