Nosler RDF bullets - 22cal, 6MM, 6.5MM AND 30CAL AVAILABLE FOR JAN
Exciting news from Nosler as they are entering the LR precision game. There will be 3 initial offerings and taking preorders for these.
6mm 105gr RDF - NOW AVAILABLE FOR JAN IF BOOKED NOW
30cal 175gr RDF. - NOW AVAILABLE FOR JAN IF BOOKED NOW
22cal 70gr RDF - NOW AVAILABLE FOR JAN IF BOOKED NOW
6.5mm 140gr RDF -NOW AVAILABLE FOR JAN IF BOOKED NOW
Buzz on accurate shooter is showing alot of potential. Pricing looks to be very competitive with the usual suspects.
PM or email@example.com for info and to book orders. I expect demand to be strong so orders to be filled on a first come basis.
Last edited by Mystic Precision; 01-10-2017 at 11:07 AM.
I know this is off topic. But I am trying to find nosler 8 mm bullets product code 32180. If you can find me a couple of boxes I'm sure we could work something out. I hope I'm not waiting your time.
Please send me a PM or email for a quote.
6MM AND 30CAL OPTIONS NOW POSSIBLE FOR ORDER... Arrival mid/late Jan if booked now.
PM or Email.
I'll be interested when .224 70gr becomes available.
My apologies... the 22cal has come and almost sold out.
PM or email asap so we can get what is available booked on Monday. Doesn't look good for supply but it means more will come.
Is there a reason you never post pricing in your forums? I realize you can't give shipping cost but at least give use a unit price. It comes off kind of shady.
Prices change with exchange rate.... way too busy to update prices every other day/week.
I give the best pricing based on current dollar exchange rate.... I feel this is better then customers looking at the "wrong" pricing cause a site or post cannot be updated. No shortage of click to shop sites where pricing is not current and someone is going to be upset.
Dollar right now is swinging as much at 4 cents in a week. Do you want to pay the worst rate or the best?
Also, suppliers constantly adjust their price and offer me specials on quantity bookings... as my price goes down, so does yours.. Or would you rather pay MSRP cause I don't have the time to adjust an entry on a screen?
Here is an example.. A popular click to shop site offers Hrn 30cal 155gr ELD-M at $51.78. If you got the same item from me today, my price is $48.50/box... that number will change with exchange but you decide which price you would rather pay
I try my best to offer the widest range of stuff at the best possible pricing.... I am no computer guy and updating sites is the least of my priorities. Those that want to buy (not spend all day looking at website screens), enjoy the current pricing and many of my return customers feel this is the best way to go.
another example from the same place... Forster 223 Ultra seater... $112.60.. my price today $100.. you decide how much an email enquiry to me is worth to you.
Thank you for clarifying. I have had several people ask me and didn't know the exact reason.