Looking for Alaska Bullet Works 225gr .358

alaskan_waters

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I regret not buying a few hundred of these bullets before they closed. I even live about 10 minutes from the business and I still failed to get over there and stock up. The 225 grain .358 was the only bullet I loaded and hunted with for years in my .350 rem mag. If anyone has some laying around collecting dust in their inventory maybe we could make a deal.
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I shoot 2-350's, as well as a 35 Whelen. I shot Nosler Partitions for years but now they seem to be out of production. I contacted Nosler more than two years ago and was told they were a seasonal production run item. Well that was over two years ago and they still haven't made any. So I too am looking for a replacement bullet. I don't know anything about them. Are they still making them? Sounds like maybe not? Are they a bonded bullet or a partition type. Just curious.
 

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I have 21 of these 225's. No label on the box, tan tip.
I have Sierra 225's that I can let 1-2 boxes go.
Speer 220's - 1 box
Hornady 200 grain FTX - 1 box

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Thanks for the reply Dave. I am interested in the Alaska Bullet Works bullets. I have some other brand 358's. Thanks again!
 

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