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Found a place for cheap bullets

Discussion in 'The Ammo & Reloading Forum' started by Deacon_Man, Aug 20, 2012.

  1. Deacon_Man

    Deacon_Man Member

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    I found a really cheap place to buy cast bullets. The other day at my shooting range I bought 250 LRN bullets for $39.00 +tax. I read on the box where they were made and found they sell to the public. They sell my same bullets 9mm 115 grn lrn by the 1000 for $72.00 (what a deal). And yes they are lubed when you get them. I loaded 102 this morning, I fired the first two before I continued loading. They were really good rounds for my auto. Check this site out........ http://www.bulletworks.com/
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  2. steve4102

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    Check out Missouri bullets, $118 for 2000
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    Did you measure them? Dunno about the prices you quoted 'cause I cast my own, but if they are too small and lead your gun, they ain't such a deal...;)

    P.S., just went to the site and I'd prolly buy them jes 'cause they're made in Texas!
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  4. 312shooter

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    +1, if you consider $72 for 1k lead 115 grainers a good deal, how about $82 for 1k Of the same JAcketed? www.precisiondelta.com
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    Yeah, last gun show I attended I bought 500 cast for $25 plus tax.
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    Josh, I looked at the prices for the 240gr. semi wadcutters bullets from Dardas, and they were $17 higher than those at bulletworks.com. I've been paying around $75 for 500, and can get them thru bulletworks.com for $100 per 1,000. That's a $50 savings!
  8. rmorgan9718

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    try Berry's, Power Bond, or Precision Bullets. Berry's and Power Bond are plated, and Precision are moly-bonded. have had great results with the Berry's and my XD45 loves the Precision 230gr RN.
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    But there agian the berrys are sold at jacketed prices. For the money Id rather have real jackets.

    Myles, that is gold info. Especially for the fo fo.
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