Some prices from Oz

Discussion in 'Ammo & Reloading' started by Bucky, Jun 13, 2013.

  1. Bucky

    Bucky Well-Known Member

    Spent a day down in the "big smoke" Melbourne today.
    A 2 hour drive, and a city of approx 4 million

    Woodleigh 280gr .444 marlin projectiles
    $66 per 50
    Woodleigh 150gr .270 win projectiles
    $40 per 50
    Remington .444 cases...$100 per 100
    A Plano double rifle case $69

    Love my Woodleigh pills, they hit hard
    At that price, I have to do 1 shot 1 kill (sometimes)

    Forgot to add,
    ADI/Hodgson's powders $45 per Can (500grams or a littls over 1lb cans)
    Last edited: Jun 13, 2013
  2. squirrelhunter

    squirrelhunter Well-Known Member Lifetime Supporting

    Hopefully things settle down soon and prices get back to normal.Or is that normal for you???

  3. FOUR4D4

    FOUR4D4 Well-Known Member

    $66.00 Australian = $62.37 U.S. that's still a nice chuck of change:eek:
    Last edited: Jun 13, 2013
  4. Bucky

    Bucky Well-Known Member

    These prices are nornal
    As our $ drops, the prices will go up.
    Please keep in mind that I prefer Woodleigh Projectiles for the .270 and the .444 only
    I could go for a cheaper pill, but I don't

    Nosler 55gr .224 Pills are $30/100
    Speer 235gr .375 Pills are $32/50
    I tried to get once fired .444 brass @$20-25/100 but couldnt find any
  5. SWO1

    SWO1 Well-Known Member Lifetime Supporting

    Midway USA stocks the Woodleigh bullets. .270 180 gr list for $35.99 in a 50 box. So about the same as there. Didn't see any .444. But the other Boat anchors are in the $60+ range also here. They compare in price to Barnes. Or about double of other brands.

    But like all things we drink, eat, shoot ----- pay for what we LIKE....:D

    I'll walk a mile for a Camel.....and respect everything enough to only shoot em with a Sierra....:p
  6. squirrelhunter

    squirrelhunter Well-Known Member Lifetime Supporting

    I only use Hornady ;)...........Well almost only :D
  7. tahoe2

    tahoe2 Well-Known Member

    I like the big "four" Hornady, Nosler, Sierra, & Speer. Different guns prefer different brands, that's life. :D
  8. Bucky

    Bucky Well-Known Member

    I am loading with Woodleigh, at present, as I know they hit hard, and penetrate well.
    I have also discovered that they shoot real well too.
    I have a pig shooting trip comng up in 2 weeks, and have set up the .270 and .444 for that reason. There is no way I would use a lighter constructed projectile on a mud covered pig, as it will only fragment on the mud, and not allow humane kills.
    I am running Sierra, Nosler, and Speer for specific jobs in other rifles