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I received an order of 1,000 S&W .40 180 gr. and 1,000 - 9mm 115 gr bullets from PD last Thursday. I weighed and measured 50 bullets from each batch and I am very impressed with their manufacturing tolerances.

The average weight of the 180 gr, .40 caliber bullets was 180.30 gr, the range was 179.60 - 180.56 gr. The average diameter was exactly .400", the range was 0.399 - 0.401.

For the 9mm the average weight was 115.20 gr, the range was 114.94 - 115.60. The average diameter was exactly 0.355", the range was 0.354 - 0.355.

That is every bit as good as the expensive Hornady XTP's and maybe even a little better. I received 500 free 9mm XTPs when I bought the LNL press and two of the 500 were flat on one side. That's not a big deal, but so far I have not found any of PD bullets to be deformed.
 

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I recently sent best friend over to Precision Delta for the purchase of some bulk ammo.
Fast delivery, good looking and shooting ammunition.

Not a thing negative to say.
Given the current circumstances of political uncertainty and ammo shortage they were very good.

Gary
 

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And to think, there are still tons of folks out there spending MORE for Berrys plated. Well Steve, congrats on finding quite possibly the best value on bullets out there!
 

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Wow, that is amazing (on your part!). Those of us that have used them know PD makes a nice (and cost effective) product. Hope you like how they shoot.
 

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When I read this thread a couple of days ago, I looked them up and added them to my favorites list. The next time I need to order some bullets I am going to give them a try.
 
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