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Hey from louisiana... kind of. Currently living in PA for the next year of so for work. I have been reloading for awhile now and following the MDWS group for a good bit. What y'all do is AMAZING and I'm sure everyone appreciates it more than they would let their loved ones know. Haha. I have finally decided to take the jump into Wildcats. I have always been a huge fan of Wildcats and "odd" calibers. All my friends think I'm crazy since ammo isn't readily available for most calibers that I shoot at LGS's. I enjoy the time I spend reloading. It's relaxing, the satisfaction after you find the one node the gun likes is like no other. Besides putting an animal down with it of course. Looking to get into either the sabercat or timberwolf(im a 6.5 fanboy mostly. I want to trade my grendel off for something with a little more umph. But, enough rambling. Appreciate the add.

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Welcome from southeastern Arizona!  Lots of great people & 'cats to be found here!
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I have finally decided to take the jump into Wildcats. I have always been a huge fan of Wildcats and "odd" calibers. All my friends think I'm crazy since ammo isn't readily available for most calibers that I shoot at LGS's. I enjoy the time I spend reloading. It's relaxing, the satisfaction after you find the one node the gun likes is like no other. Besides putting an animal down with it of course. Looking to get into either the sabercat or timberwolf(im a 6.5 fanboy mostly. I want to trade my grendel off for something with a little more umph. But, enough rambling. Appreciate the add.


Welcome to the forum from Texas. I'm in the same boat. Some people think I'm crazy for using a round you can't just buy ammo from a local store, but reloading is enjoyable and provides additional satisfaction when you shoot or hunt. I've got the 7VAR and 358 Yeti as well but I'm keeping an eye on the Sabercat and Timberwolf as well.

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