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Where you buying your bullets?

This is a discussion on Where you buying your bullets? within the Reloading forums, part of the Defensive Ammunition & Ballistics category; Originally Posted by Sig35seven I buy at gun shows usually. Georgia arms is one of my go to's. Me too GA at gun shows I ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sig35seven View Post
    I buy at gun shows usually. Georgia arms is one of my go to's.
    Me too GA at gun shows I have also ordered on line from them never a problem always a good price .38 44mag and 40 S&W are my main buys from them the .38 cowboy load is a great cheap way to shoot the old wheel gun..
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    I usually be from Cabellas or directly from Berry's bullets.

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    Where's the least expensive loaded ammo? All of the ones like Berry's/Missouri seem to be for those that reload...which I don't have the stuff and probably wouldn't go that route b/c I don't trust myself or my environment with having powder and such around.
    "Sir, could you please not bleed so much? I have to clean the store after they haul you off and I'd like the rest of my shift, to be, like, you know, better."

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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostRed7 View Post
    Where's the least expensive loaded ammo? All of the ones like Berry's/Missouri seem to be for those that reload...which I don't have the stuff and probably wouldn't go that route b/c I don't trust myself or my environment with having powder and such around.

    This place is hard to beat and it is in your neighborhood. You can buy it by the 50rd pks, 500rd can or 1000rd (2 cans)......great ammo, in the past I have shot plenty of it and never had a problem.

    Georgia Arms

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    Winchester Ranger T's from SGAmmo.com 9mm +P 124G

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    When you break down GA Arms prices (at least the ones I looked at), it comes out to $17/bx of 50....same price as WalMart.
    "Sir, could you please not bleed so much? I have to clean the store after they haul you off and I'd like the rest of my shift, to be, like, you know, better."

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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostRed7 View Post
    When you break down GA Arms prices (at least the ones I looked at), it comes out to $17/bx of 50....same price as WalMart.
    You are correct. However, when you buy this ammo, if you do not reload, Ga Arms will buy the brass back from you at 5 cents each after you shoot them. This is just me, but I would rather buy them from someone local than from Walmart and my local Walmart is real hit and miss with .45 lately.

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    Definitely Georgia Arms- that's who I get all my target rounds from.

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    Cool....I'll take a "shot" at it.
    "Sir, could you please not bleed so much? I have to clean the store after they haul you off and I'd like the rest of my shift, to be, like, you know, better."

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    I buy my bullets from Precision Delta. I get jacketed for what many charge for lead or plated.

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    Powder Valley usually sells the Berry's Bullets cheaper than Berry's, even with a shipping charge.

    Missouri Bullets is one of the best places for good lead bullets.

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    I gotta give props to Sam Gabbert and family at SGAmmo.com - I've been buying from them for the better part of a year & find that they have fair prices, fast shipping, & fresh ammo!
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    I buy all my lead bullets from Missouri Bullet Company.
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    My last 5,000 plated 9mm RN for practice and local IDPA matches were ordered directly from Berry's a thousand at a time. Their advertised price includes shipping.

    I'm on my third thousand since January. I do all my 9mm loading on my 550B.

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