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    Corlane Sporting goods are selling woodliegh bullets, dont think its a problem to ship to AK. so if anyone is having a hard time finding them call Corlane, ask for Tim or Scott, both real good guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yukon254 View Post
    Corlane Sporting goods are selling woodliegh bullets, dont think its a problem to ship to AK. so if anyone is having a hard time finding them call Corlane, ask for Tim or Scott, both real good guys.

    Did you have contact information for these people? Like phone, where in Ca. they are?
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    Corlane Sporting goods in Dawson Creek BC, dont have a phone number handy, but contact can be found on the web.

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    Huntingtons sells Woodleighs as well, the only ones I did buy were the .30/240PP, there is other outlets inside the U.S of A. though that do too.

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    I've bought all mine from Huntington also. Midway sells them, but only will have one or two boxes on hand at a time for each weight/caliber at a time. The other downside with Midway is they will only get shipments from Woodleigh by ship. Takes forever.

    http://www.woodleighbullets.com.au/

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    Great bullets!!! Here is a 240gr bullet loaded in my 300Wby. Now the bullet was developed for the 06 but I have found it holds up very well in my 300Wby on 350pound plus hogs. It must, I never recovered one from the two times I used it on large boar as it past clean through with only one hog going more than five yards so I am assuming it held together.

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    Be careful with the Woodleighs , pp's are fine but their other softpoint is only good for whitetails and could get you bit .

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