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.308 Ammo/Reloading supplies

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by kamonjj, Oct 12, 2011.


  1. kamonjj

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    I know where to source all the supplies I need for my pistol loads. I'm looking to get my first rifle this week and I'm going to be reloading for that as well. Where is everything getting their bullets/brass for .308?

    Does anyone buy factory .308? If so, where do you get reasonably priced stuff?

    thanks!
     

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  2. EL_NinO619

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    I've bought brass from Scharge, milsurp bullets, and powder (tac), primers from the usual sources. Lately however I've been buying milsurp Paki ammo. It is linked and dirty but tumbles nice and clean. Shoots fine and is very reasonable. Good luck.
     
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  4. fredj338

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    If you are talking blasting bullets & brass, then Widener's. If you are talking precision, then buying high end brass & match bullets is in order. Try Graf's for that. I am not a great fan of most mil spec brass for precision rifle, but this is a good deal. http://tjconevera.com/si30cal16hpb3.html
     
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  5. EL_NinO619

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    :tongueout::tongueout::tongueout: Nice, I have seen this before on a different site. time to buy.
     
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  7. Murphy's Law

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    I continue to utilize Power Valley for most of my supplies.
     
  8. Three-Five-Seven

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    What he ^^^^ said.
     
  9. RRTX11

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    Powder valley has a good price on the Nosler .308 brass
    http://powdervalleyinc.com/

    Powder Valley also has pretty decent prices on .308 Hornady and Lapua factory ammo too. They do not carry Lake City, which is what my rifle prefers in factory ammo.
     
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    I like Graf's, Wideners. TJ Conevera for processed brass.
     
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