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New Forum Sponsor: Sierra Bullets

Postby CRT » Thu Oct 15, 2015 5:55 pm

Effective today we have added Sierra Bullets as a forum sponsor! Sierra makes one of the all time best 20 caliber bullets on the market today: the 39 Blitzking. Keep up the good work Sierra, we appreciate your great bullets!

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Re: New Forum Sponsor: Sierra Bullets

Postby BillK20SCC » Thu Oct 15, 2015 6:30 pm

Nice to see another fine company jumping into SCC. Bill K :)

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Re: New Forum Sponsor: Sierra Bullets

Postby L.Sherm » Fri Oct 16, 2015 12:16 am

Nice, very nice indeed.

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Re: New Forum Sponsor: Sierra Bullets

Postby Virginian » Wed Oct 28, 2015 12:53 pm

This is wonderful news! I've been using Sierra Bullets for decades in my 22-250. My absolute go to bullet for varmints!

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Re: New Forum Sponsor: Sierra Bullets

Postby BillK20SCC » Wed Oct 28, 2015 1:19 pm

Me too Eric. The father and son ( Jack Roberts -- Sportsman shop ) here in Susanville, got me into Sierra bullets way back in the mid fifties when I started reloading, etc. That was the only bullet/brand they carried. A whole wall full of every caliber and weight the guys in the area wanted or used. Bill K :)

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Re: New Forum Sponsor: Sierra Bullets

Postby Virginian » Wed Nov 25, 2015 11:38 pm

BillK20VT wrote:Me too Eric. The father and son ( Jack Roberts -- Sportsman shop ) here in Susanville, got me into Sierra bullets way back in the mid fifties when I started reloading, etc. That was the only bullet/brand they carried. A whole wall full of every caliber and weight the guys in the area wanted or used. Bill K :)


That's awesome Bill! When you find something that works I tend to stick with it. ;)

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Re: New Forum Sponsor: Sierra Bullets

Postby Signguy Gary » Sat Nov 28, 2015 12:35 am

I agree Eric, I use Sierra for my 22-250, but I can't seem to find any bullets locally to work up loads for my .204. If I could find a bullet that groups well I would be willing to order them online but buying 100 bullets make the shipping pretty much out of my budget.

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Re: New Forum Sponsor: Sierra Bullets

Postby L.Sherm » Sat Nov 28, 2015 9:20 am

Gary if you haven't tried the 39 grain Blitzkings in your 204 I highly recommend it, I have not heard of one person who could not get them to shoot well in a 204.

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Re: New Forum Sponsor: Sierra Bullets

Postby Virginian » Sat Nov 28, 2015 9:42 am

Gary,

What L. Sherm said is pretty much most folks go to bullet for the Ruger 204. Have you given them a try?

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Re: New Forum Sponsor: Sierra Bullets

Postby BillK20SCC » Sat Nov 28, 2015 11:24 am

Signguy Gary wrote:I agree Eric, I use Sierra for my 22-250, but I can't seem to find any bullets locally to work up loads for my .204. If I could find a bullet that groups well I would be willing to order them online but buying 100 bullets make the shipping pretty much out of my budget.

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As mentioned the Sierra BK in 39gr. are great. Now Gary, as too ordering larger amounts do not pass on trying the Midsouth or Midway Varmint Nightmare or extremes. ( They are a basic cup and core bullet from Nosler, sold to those two, under their logo). They work fine in the 20 cal and also I use plenty of their 55 grain in my 22-250 and 223 rifles) In fact if you want to try a few before ordering shoot me a pm with you mailing address and I will send you some to try in your 20's. Bill K :)


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