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.380 ACP prices seem to be down

Discussion in 'Caliber Corner' started by cowboy1964, Aug 2, 2010.


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  1. cowboy1964

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    Seeing boxes online going for $13-15 whereas in the past it was pushing $20 or more. Generally speaking, I'm not tracking it that closely but that seems to be the case.

    Now if 9mm would just drop to $5...
     
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    you can find it? :rofl:
     

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    Ordered 500 rounds from Sportsmans Guide for $170something about 2 months ago..
     
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    .380 ACP is these days the most cost effective caliber to reload yourself, at $15 a box of 50 your looking $300 a thousand.

    Given free brass, I reload 100g Berry's RN bullets with HP-38 and CCI small pistol primers for $120 in component cost.
     
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