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Doubt this lasts long, but Midway has 6 boxes of .338 250gr Nosler Partitions on sale at a closeout price of $18.20 a box(25). If I had a .338, I'd probably buy all 6 at that price.
 

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Yeah, you and me both. I see they have the same deal on 400 grain .416 slugs too. And a couple boxes of 260 grain .375 as well.
 

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Gents all I can say is that I have plenty in the way of Nosler partition bullets, still have several hundred for the .338 calibers and the .30 cal. too. The key to this reloading and saving money, is to put down your money and purchase larger quantities. Now 5 to 10 years down the road, you are making money.:D
 

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Guys that is not a that good of a deal. Thats only 25 bullets.
Seems like a decent deal at $18.50.

Nosler's online site sells them for $28.50 fpr 25. $27.39 for 25 at Grafs. $25.91 for 25 at Midsouth.
 

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Oh, they arent 18.50 anymore.
You're right. They are $27.49 now and still listed at "closeout price". I called them and the explanation was that they sometimes mark items down like that if they are overstocked. Once they sell down to the desired inventory level, the price goes back up to the normal price. That is apparently what happened here, but they failed to get the "closeout price" comment removed from the site. As of this hour, the .416 Partitions are still marked down to $21.89 from $33.79.
 

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Strange... I'm sure my boxes of .358 225 grainers are 50 bullets per box! I bought them from a closing store with a half inch of dust on them at $18.
 
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