WTS 6.5x300 RSAUM dies, reamer and cases

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  1. JLDavid

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    *****SPF*****I have decided to clean out some past project stuff. In 2012 I ordered a PTG live pilot finush reamer for a 6.5x7mm RSAUM. I cut 1 chamber with it. I cannot find the print but I was running the necks of loaded rounds at .291" so I am guessing it has a .293 to .295" neck. Cannot remember the freebore but loaded rounds are too long to function through a Remington short action magazine box. Test rifle was a 40X so length was not an issue.

    To size and load brass I ordered a set of dies from Redding. The Redding # is 80758. I added a Redding 7mmRSAUM bushing neck sizing die to it but I have robbed the bushing for another set of dies.

    I found 50 R-P 7mm RSAUM brass that I neck turned and fireformed. 23 are 2x fired, tumbled, sized and primed with CCI LR Magnum primers. 22 are 1x fired and sized, ready to be loaded.

    I would like to sell as a set but would entertain offers of parting it out. I am asking $225 shipped OBO for the whole bunch. USPS money order please. If you are interested in just 1 item, shoot me a PM and we can hash it out.
     
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    Trying to post photos. Here it goes.
     

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  3. JLDavid

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    I also found the reamer print!!!!
     

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  4. Talon

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    Pm sent, I'll take it. Talon
     
  5. JLDavid

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    It is yours Talon. SPF. Thank you very much. Have a great weekend.

    David
     
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    Can't delete this for some reason.
     

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