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August 8th, 2008

WIN Leica Laser RangeFinder in Optic Zone Contest

Need a Laser rangefinder? Here’s a chance to win a new Leica CRF 900 Rangefinder. Jon Jackoviak, owner of The Optic Zone,, has just announced a new contest. To enter, go to The Optic Zone’s new Optic Central Forum, register there, and make a minimum of 5 posts in the next few weeks. There is no cost to register in the Optic Central Forum.

Leica CRF 900 contest

On September 30th, there will be a drawing. All qualified persons will have a chance to win a new Leica CRF 900 Laser Rangefinder. As Jon explains: “All you need to do to have a chance to win is go to, register and post a minimum of 5 entries. Winners will be drawn randomly on September 30th with all registered members who have a minimum of five (5) posts being eligible.”

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August 8th, 2008

Bargain 22 Cal Bullets from Graf & Sons — $7.99 per 100

Everybody’s conplaining about rising prices these days. And it’s true that, because of the increased cost of lead, copper and other raw materials, the prices of bullets and brass have risen dramatically in recent months. Well, right now has a great deal if you need bulk, 55gr bullets to shoot from your AR or other .22-caliber centerfire. These Federal, 55gr FMJ BT bullets are just $7.99 per hundred. And the cost per bullet is even lower if you buy in quantities of 500, 1000, or 2000. For example, 1000 bullets are just $71.90 (effective cost of $7.19 per 100). Note: These bullets have a cannelure.

Grafs Federal bullets also has low-cost .22-caliber bullets from PRVI Partisan, starting at $9.79 per hundred for 50gr soft points, item PPB224SP50, and $9.99 per hundred for 55gr soft points, item PPB224SP55. We bet these bullets would work well for varmint rifles. The longer PRVI 22-caliber match bullets shot great for Danny Reever and other testers. also offers other budget-prived PRVI bullets in .224, 6mm, 6.5mm, 7mm, and .308 calibers.

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