Pro Load Distributors- good guys?

Pro Load Distributors- good guys?

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    Question Pro Load Distributors- good guys?

    Not familiar with these folks; good prices, though.

    Want to beat the impending price increase and order several cases of 45 ACP, but don't want an unpleasant surprise!

    Thanks.


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    I've bought two Les Baers from John at Pro Load. His service is superb. I think you'll like doing business with John.

    Dave

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    Just got off the line with Crazy John, nice fellow. He has 1400 cases of Magtech 45 acp 230gr FMJ at great price...it's going fast!

    Dave, thanks for the rec.

    Todd

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    yep they are fine to deal with

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    The "Old Pro Load" ammo was great. They were shut down for some time. I see that the "New" Pro Load is in Hayden, ID while the "old" was down the road in Post Falls.

    Their selection on ammo is so far limited and no mention of the old "Pro Load" line that featured GDHP's.
    ""If I shoot all the ammo I am carrying, I either won't need more or, more won't help me.""

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    John told me he gave up ammo manufacture, took a year off, and has chosen to sell a few, select lines.

    I wish him well.

    Todd

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    Cool

    I'm curious to know how long can one expect name brand ammo to stay 'good' if it's stored properly in a safe.
    Is it possible for the ammo storage space to be "too" dry?



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    Quote Originally Posted by P7fanatic View Post
    I'm curious to know how long can one expect name brand ammo to stay 'good' if it's stored properly in a safe.
    Is it possible for the ammo storage space to be "too" dry?


    I can't speak to "brand name" ammo but I packed a bunch of my reloads back and forth to Colorado. I moved there from WA State when the reloads were already 12 years old, lived there 10 years, and then moved back to WA without firing any of them. I recently shot them all up (I'm retired now and have the time) and every one fired - no duds. If my reloads will survive almost 25 years of NW Humid, and Colorado Dry, Hot garage space int he summer and below freezing in the winters, just think how long that "superior" brand name factory load would last.
    ""If I shoot all the ammo I am carrying, I either won't need more or, more won't help me.""

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