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Ballistic Case Wax 75gr

  • Apply a small amount between your fingers.
  • Rub sparingly on cases before resizing
  • Remove with a cloth or Tumbler.
  • Made from natural ingredients.
  • Product of South Africa.
Ballistic Case Sizing Wax from G&G Varminting, resizing made easy.
SKU: BC-WAX
Delivery date: 3-5 days
Availability: In stock
Manufacturer: G & G Varminting
R 140.00
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  • Apply a small amount between your fingers.
  • Rub sparingly on cases before resizing
  • Remove with a cloth or Tumbler.
  • Made from natural ingredients.
  • Product of South Africa.
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