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!!!
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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.
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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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