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    Most reliable and cheap bulk ammo source?

    Hey guys, I'm in need of a good lot of 9mm bulk ammo. Maybe 1,000-2,000 rounds. Where do you guys order from? What are some good sites to use, and what are some good reliable brands?


    Thanks for everyone's input. Also, EDC is a Glock 19, so I can use a good variety of ammo.
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    Besides local haunts, I've done bulk orders through usaammo.com, cabelas, Georgia arms, hinterland, cheaper than dirt, on and on....best of luck.


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    anybody ever had any experiences with Wolf?
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    I would have to recommend Georgia Arms as well. They're who I get almost all my range stuff from, and I have never had a problem with their ammo.
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    about Georgia Arms.... are you guys referring to their Canned Heat package?
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    Quote Originally Posted by trainercb View Post
    about Georgia Arms.... are you guys referring to their Canned Heat package?
    I've only bought their 'canned heat' once; 500 rds of .45ACP. I usually only get 100-200 rounds at a time (funding/storage space/wife giving me 'the look') in rither .45ACP, .38spl, or .357 mag.

    But, I've sent probably close to 2000 rounds of their ammo downrange and never had a problem with it.
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    Most of mine comes from Wally. But I also periodically buy bulk from Georgia Arms, J&G sales, rguns.net, samcoglobal.com
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    Wolf Ammo sucks, and it sucks bad.

    I'd stick with Brown Bear if you're looking for not only cheap but cheap AND reliable ammo. I've never had a problem with Brown Bear, and I shoot it regularly in my carbine and 9mm pistols.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigjason6 View Post
    Why not learn to reload?
    Time and location.
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    If you are just buying cheap 9mm then Wallymart is a good place to start. Prices are good and no shipping costs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RevolvingMag View Post
    I've only bought their 'canned heat' once; 500 rds of .45ACP. I usually only get 100-200 rounds at a time (funding/storage space/wife giving me 'the look') in rither .45ACP, .38spl, or .357 mag.

    But, I've sent probably close to 2000 rounds of their ammo downrange and never had a problem with it.
    I'm a big Georgia Arms fan. I've had few problems with WWB, but I've NEVER had an issue with Georgia Arms. I've fired over 2k of their rounds as well.
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