Looking for Bullets? TX expat PSA!

Looking for Bullets? TX expat PSA!

This is a discussion on Looking for Bullets? TX expat PSA! within the Reloading forums, part of the Defensive Ammunition & Ballistics category; I just saw a post on Facebook that Powder Valley just received 7 tons of Berry's Bullets. If you are in need, I'd suggest getting ...

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    Looking for Bullets? TX expat PSA!

    I just saw a post on Facebook that Powder Valley just received 7 tons of Berry's Bullets.

    If you are in need, I'd suggest getting on their website now and getting an order in!
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    Seven tons won't fit in my mailbox. I'll have to pass.
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    Seven tons won't last long either!
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    Okay, can you please tell me what the difference is between these two below- one is RNFB, the other RNHB. And that's 1000 rounds of .380 ammo for about $70? Plus about $10 shipping. Wow!

    BERRYS 380 (.356) 100 GR RNFB (1000)
    BERRYS 380 (.356) 100 GR RNHB (1000)
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    Round Nose Flat Base
    Round Nose Hollow Base

    These aren't loaded rounds, just to clarify. These are bare bullets. You have to load them yourself.
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    By the way they are great plinking bullets. I got several boxes of the 115 grain that I have been using for practice. I have not found a better cheaper bullet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TX expat View Post
    Round Nose Flat Base
    Round Nose Hollow Base

    These aren't loaded rounds, just to clarify. These are bare bullets. You have to load them yourself.
    Proves that the only stupid question is the one you don't ask. Thanks! Not sure what I'd load them with.
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    Please be aware that this is not loaded ammo but just the bullets.

    RNFB = Round Nose Flat base

    RNHB = Round nose hollow base

    The hollow base expands to seal the bore when fired
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    Quote Originally Posted by sauerpuss View Post
    Proves that the only stupid question is the one you don't ask. Thanks! Not sure what I'd load them with.
    Well if you bought enough of them you'd have a great excuse to get into reloading!
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    Seven tons won't fit in my mailbox. I'll have to pass.
    I solved that problem, I just bought a dumpster and put a swing up flag on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NC Bullseye View Post
    I solved that problem, I just bought a dumpster and put a swing up flag on it.
    The rest of you guys better get your order in before he does
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    Quote Originally Posted by TX expat View Post
    Well if you bought enough of them you'd have a great excuse to get into reloading!
    small pistol primers are the problem. worst case we could always cast bullets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrBuckwheat View Post
    small pistol primers are the problem. worst case we could always cast bullets.
    Yeah, I guess the bullet isn't going anywhere without a primer behind it.

    I was very lucky because I made my yearly powder and primer order in November, so I should be able to ride out the shortage without any powder or primer issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TX expat View Post
    Yeah, I guess the bullet isn't going anywhere without a primer behind it.

    I was very lucky because I made my yearly powder and primer order in November, so I should be able to ride out the shortage without any powder or primer issues.
    Some ingenious soul should develop a glow plug for ammo that fits a primer hole. The plug wires may be a bit awkward but hey, eliminating the primer is the goal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NC Bullseye View Post
    Some ingenious soul should develop a glow plug for ammo that fits a primer hole. The plug wires may be a bit awkward but hey, eliminating the primer is the goal.
    Well Obama must be a genius then because he has virtually eliminated primers... and powder... and ARs... and handguns... and magazines...

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