bullet prices

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  1. tthompson1974

    tthompson1974 New Member

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    evening all any one know the cheapest online store for bullets a reloading supplies i have been looking at cheaper than dirt any suggestions
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    I use Midway for some plus I can purchase wholesale also. But all above listed are pretty good.
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    gdmoody Moderator Supporting Member

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    For plated bullets you might try Berry's: http://www.berrysmfg.com/
    I have been using them for years and am happy with their products.
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    Berrys plated has really gone off the deep end on their prices, The two distibutors previously posted provide quality jacketed bullets at
    the same or less than Berrys prices. There was a day where reloaders could opt to reload plated bullets and significantly save on their overall cost, of course everthing is on the rise but c'mon! Sorry Moody, Berrys just gets
    Under my skin.
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    I agree 100% with this.

    Don't forget Midshouth. They have some pretty good prices on components.
    http://www.midsouthshooterssupply.com/index.asp
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    Josh, I was looking at the dardascastbullets in 500 count boxes in .44, and their price is $56, do they charge for shipping? I am buying them locally for $70. $56 + shipping might not be a much better deal.
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    That's why I like standing over the lead pot and casting my own.
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    A couple not mentioned. General reloading-Wideners
    Bullets-Bayou Bullets (coated lead).
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