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AMMO Remington Rebate

Discussion in 'Caliber Corner' started by frontier2011, Jan 28, 2012.


  1. frontier2011

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    Awesome thanks! I got a Glock 19 and all i got is 115 grain federal champs, would the golden sabers be a good self defense rounds for my glock?

    Do the golden sabers even come in 9mm? Sorry I'm kinda new lol.
     

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    I'm nearly positive they come in 9mm, but you may want to check Rem's website. Cheers.
     
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    Its a virus, RUN !!
     
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    Went to wally world today and tried to get
    Rem40FMJ. Of course they dont carry them.....
     
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    the link is an adobe that you print out

    may use this on some range ammo

    thanks!
     
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    I like 147 and 124gr HSTs out of my 19.

    Here is some light reading you may like:
    http://ammo.ar15.com/project/Self_Defense_Ammo_FAQ/index.htm#9mm
     
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    I used to carry the 124-grain Golden Saber +P in a fine Steyr M9-A1 I owned but no longer have, replaced by an excellent Steyr S9-A1. In the interim I became concerned with the Golden Saber's reputation for core/jacket separation.

    I've seen and read some good Internet reports on the bonded Golden Saber ammo and have decided to buy some in 9mm and .357sig on my next Internet ammo order. It shot very well in the M9-A1 (standard version) and I expect the bonded GS will do the same in the smaller Steyr.

    I'm most upset with myself for passing up a going-out-of-business fire sale on Remington ammo from one Internet source about four years ago when the dealer was dumping boxes of the .357sig round for $10. I've never seen the standard version in this caliber so I assume it was the bonded ammo.

    "He who hesitates is lost ... "
     
  10. frontier2011

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    Buy, buy, buy! Price is only going to go up, up, up.
    Just bought 600 rounds at WW. May go back and
    get another 600. This time though, I will be using a cart....lol
     
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    WW raised their prices by $2/box for 40 cal. Should have bought more awhile back.
     
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    Thanks! I missed this the first time around. I just bought another 1000 rounds. I'll have to have everyone in my family fill out a rebate form...LOL
     
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    Golden Sabers have a proven reputation among LEO's in just about every caliber. Our resident expert Mas, thinks highly of them.
     
  14. Kalmah

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    Don't know what the current price is at Walmart, but I'm sure there are better deals to be found online if you buy in bulk.
     
  15. frontier2011

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    No, no, not really. When you take into account shipping (and sometimes tax) then even if you buy say 1000 rounds you are better off at walmart. I am speaking of 180gr fmj 40 cal.
    Can't speak for 9mm or 10 or 45 cal.

    I bought some Federals for 27.8 cents a piece, otd.
     
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    When I factor in time and hassle and gas (unless I'm there anyway) Walmart is no cheaper and in 9mm and .45 is certainly more expensive, especially for anything brass cased.
     
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    That's $278 per 1000 at Walmart. Ouch. .40 is getting expensive, I haven't priced any for a while.

    Here is some Blazer for $269.80 shipped.
    http://www.targetsportsusa.com/p-702-cci-blazer-40-sw-165-grain-total-metal-jacket-ammunition.aspx?

    Or some Remington for $271.80 shipped.
    http://www.sgammo.com/product/remin...ain-fmj-ammo-nickel-plated-brass-case-ln40sw4

    And there are some remanufactured brands that are even cheaper than that if you don't mind reman ammo.

    Those would save you a few bucks anyway if you bought in bulk. If course, if you're just buying a few boxes now and then, then Walmart is hard to beat.
     
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    Sportsman's Guide has Golden Sabers for a pretty reasonable price. They're about 50% less than Bass Pro.

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