Actually found some Projectiles!!!!

Actually found some Projectiles!!!!

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    Actually found some Projectiles!!!!

    I was pretty lucky this morning. I went to my local range and shot about 100 rounds of .38 Special wadcutters I had loaded and also shot some 9mm NATO rounds I had stashed. I decided to go to Sportsmans Warehouse....just for the hell of it, to see if anything was on the shelf.
    By golly.....I found a 250 round box of Barry's plated .38/.357 round nose projectiles for 26 bucks, and a box of Hornady hollow point 125gr.
    .38/.357. for 14.99.....not too bad considering the rest of the shelves were empty!!!
    "Never advance cheerfully on your late opponent without reloading. You may have used your last round, and he may not be properly dead and still spiteful."
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    Good find.

    I have not had any trouble finding .357 prejectiles. My local guy has them and when I was in Cabelas last week they had both Berry's plated and lasercast in .357, but alas, I needed 9mm projectiles and they didn't have any of those.
    When you've got 'em by the balls, their hearts & minds will follow. Semper Fi.

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    Anytime I need boolits I walk into my garage and fire up the Magna Engineering Bullet caster,I cast as many as I want,then lube and load them.It costs me about .01 a bullet and about .05 a loaded round of 9mm,40,45,44 magnum,38 spl
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    I was in walmart last night, nothing zippo, shelves where empty.

    Bass Pro Shop had a lot of stuff, but only target rounds in .45acp. still .50 cents a round. Too much!
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    Sorry I know this is a little off topic, but I thought the Sportsman's Warehouse closed. Is there another one somewhere in/near Phx?
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