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    Question right to bear ammo

    does anyone know anything about this company from tx. i found them online and they have decent prices on there ammo. but can not find anyone that has used it. Any info would be appreciated.

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    What is the company's name??
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    Quote Originally Posted by SIGguy229 View Post
    What is the company's name??
    I think it's actually called "Right to Bear Ammo." I could be wrong though, as I'm feeling too lazy to search for it at the moment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ Hawk View Post
    I think it's actually called "Right to Bear Ammo." I could be wrong though, as I'm feeling too lazy to search for it at the moment.
    It's at:

    The Right to Bear Ammo

    FMJ prices are a bit high, but JHP seems pretty cheap:

    for 9mm FMJ 14.00/50 and only 15.00/50 for JHP

    They also have a "premium" line of JHP using XTP bullets for 15.00/20 but they don't seem to have that in 9mm.

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    yeah sorry yall the name of the company is right to bear ammo.

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    I hae used Widdners (not sure on spelling) or Midway USA or Ammunittion to Go and sometimes Cheaper than Dirt has good sale prices.
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    They are a commercial reloader, like many around the country. From their web site, everything - including their line of SD ammo - is loaded in once-fired cases.

    The prices seem pretty typical; nothing outstanding but not bad.
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    Prices seem higher than the market, but they seem to be used to the local sales and are now venturing online, so it's priced for their local market and carried to the website. I wish them good fortune on the net. I think you will see prices fall quite a bit to be competitive on the net. Then again, they could just leave them priced the same as it seems to be working well for their local base. This industry is tougher than it looks. Trust me.
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    thanks for all the info. the reason for the thread is that i saw they had .380 in stock and was wondering about the quality as .380 is still hard to find in my area.

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