Best place to buy reloading supplies?

Discussion in 'The Ammo & Reloading Forum' started by GETaklu, Feb 12, 2009.

  1. GETaklu

    GETaklu New Member

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    I'm just wondering where you guys get your reloading supplies?
    I'm looking for a reasonable place to buy brass & bullets.
  2. RandyP

    RandyP Member

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    I get my plated bullets in bulk from Berry Mfg and also Cabelas (Ranier plated) My local indoor ranges do not permit lead reloads.

    I have purchased new .380 brass from Starline and 1K each once fired 9mm and 45ACP from Brassman Brass.

    A quick internet Googling of once-fired brass or bullets or reloading supplies will yield a substantial list of resources.

    MidwayUsa, Cabelas, Widener's, midsouth shooters supply etc. etc., etc.
  3. GETaklu

    GETaklu New Member

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    Is there any site you guys recomend staying away from?
    (Crapy product, Over priced, Got screwed on an deal?)
  4. page392

    page392 New Member

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    Your main problem right now isn't getting screwed ..... It's finding someone who has anything you need instock. I ended up paying $45 in shipping because i needed things and had to order from three different place and pay shipping three times :rolleyes:
  5. gdmoody

    gdmoody Moderator Supporting Member

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    For general reloading supplies, I use both Midway USA and Graf & Sons. Both have reasonable prices for most everything. Graf's does not charge you for shipping (only a small handling fee) so compare prices with shipping charges before you buy.

    Plated bullets come from Berry's Mfg or if you want just lead bullets you might try Billy Bullets. Powder and primers come from my local gun shop.
  6. RandyP

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    Berry's pricing also includes shipping, pricing seems reasonable to me for their plated produts.

    For items in stock, you'd be hard pressed to find a faster shipper than Midway IMHO.
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    RustyFN New Member

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    Brass is free to pick up at the range, at least where I go. If the bullet is a caliber I don't cast for I just look all over for a deal, TNT reloading, TJ conerva ?, Wideners to name a few. I buy all of my powder and primers at Graf's and Powder Valley.
    Rusty
  9. Rockchucker

    Rockchucker New Member

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    Just got off the phone with Berry Mfg placing an order for 1000 rds of 9mm, they said it would ship between 4-10 days that I'm # 400 in line.
  10. atbarr

    atbarr New Member

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    On Monday the 9th, I ordered 7500 Montana Gold 124 gr JHP bullets. They arrived today the 13th. Is that GREAT service or what?:)

    Stay Safe,

    A.T.

    P.S. 1st post here, hi people!
  11. oncefiredshells

    oncefiredshells New Member

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    oncefiredshells.com we sell brass for about 20 dollars under the competitors
  12. atbarr

    atbarr New Member

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    I checked your prices, they are not bad. I'm 9mm brass poor, so right now I don't need any.

    Good Luck,

    A.T.
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