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    Bullet boxes - plastic or cardboard

    Who makes the bullet boxes that hold 100/500/1000 6MM BR bullets? I looked on MTM website and they are no longer available.
    Thanks
    Bobby

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    I use these:

    http://www.mtmcase-gard.com/products...bullet-box.php

    They hold roughly 450 6mms or 350 30-calibers.



    The cardboard on the right holds 1,000 6's. I'll have to check to see where I bought those.



    -Lee
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    I have been using spare Lapua Blue plastic boxes.

    Bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobby S View Post
    Who makes the bullet boxes that hold 100/500/1000 6MM BR bullets? I looked on MTM website and they are no longer available.
    Thanks
    Bobby
    Actual bullets or loaded rounds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brickeyee View Post
    Actual bullets or loaded rounds?
    Bullets.

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    Dillion Precision

    Try the Dillon site, they have various boxes for sale.
    Centerfire

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    bullet boxes plastic or cardboard

    Try the MTM web site they have many sizes of plastic boxes. Only problem I have found was order quantity.
    Most are 1,000 or more

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    I get cardboard boxes from Uline.

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    Bobby S,
    Are you planning on making and selling bullets?
    Then check out the boxes at Dillon or MTM.
    Do you want box(es) to use for transporting to the range? Small cardboard boxes will suffice. I've never understood the logic behind taking 1000 bullets to the range when you know you'll be shooting about 50 rounds. You get cardboard boxes from Uline in any quantity or you can buy a few or one at a card and gift shop. Stationers also have them for business cards.

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