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Buying 9mm bullets

Discussion in 'The Ammo & Reloading Forum' started by stev32k, Nov 12, 2012.

  1. stev32k

    stev32k Well-Known Member

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    Wonder if anyone has experience with either Precision Delta or Everglades bullets. They both sell 9mm, 115 gr, FMJ and their prices are close (Precision Delta is $11.00/1000 less) and both have free shipping.

    I'm not interested in plated or cast bullets right now, but I may try them at some later date. Precision Delta and Everglades are the two lowest cost Mfg. I could find that sell the 115 grain jacketed bullets. Berry's and TJ Conevera's are both plated.

    I plan to order 2,000 or 3,000 so I want to get something I won't be sorry for later.
  2. woolleyworm

    woolleyworm Active Member

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    you wont be disappointed in PD, good stuff
  3. 312shooter

    312shooter Active Member

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    I use precision delta almost exclusively, their pricing is about as low as you can get, certainly lower than most of plated bullets out there, try www.rozedist.com for some good prices on certain bullets, and like PD shipping is free.
  4. AR guy

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    I just bought my .223 rounds from Everglades good price and fast shipping. Try them. My next buy from them is 9mm bulk. Cheap prices and free shipping on all bullets.
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  5. DixieLandMan

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    Got some 115 FMJ Precision Delta bullets but haven't shot them yet. Going to shoot some this weekend.
  6. BillM

    BillM Active Member

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    I have shot literally tens of thousands of Precision Delta's 124 gr 9mm
    FMJ's. Never a problem. Sometimes there is a bit of a delay depending
    on when I order in the production cycle, but not bad.

    Precision Delta story:

    Ordered 2000 of the 9mm's. That many will fit in a Flat Rate USPS box,
    and PD packs them well.

    They disappeared. Post office was worthless, so sorry---they are gone,
    nothing we can do.

    Called PD. They sent a replacement order, no charge. Good people.
  7. PanhandlePop

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    I can't compare, never tried Everglades, but I have been fully satisfied with all of my PD buys. It is my first stop for any FMJ handgun bullet.
  8. gman51

    gman51 New Member

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    I am surprised sales are freight free. That is why I quit buying over internet as due to freight I had to buy so much more to be competitve with local stores. I might check these people out.
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