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Georgia Arms?

Discussion in 'The 10 Ring' started by awdxtc, Nov 26, 2011.

  1. awdxtc

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    Has anyone been able to order from georgia arms? Their website says all of their 10mm ammo is out of stock.
     
  2. ColGlocker

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    I have placed a few orders in the past couple of months. They ran out once. It was a week or two before they were restocked.

    Check Underwood ammo. Prices are comparable and they seem to carry a bit more punch.
     


  3. awdxtc

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    Im really looking for cheap plinking ammo but I will give them a llok.
     
  4. ColGlocker

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    For 200 rounds the difference between the two vendors was about $1.00. Including shipping.

    You can also try USA ammo, but I had a relatively bad experience with them.
     
    Last edited: Nov 26, 2011
  5. awdxtc

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    What I saw on georgia arms was 180gr fmj for $17.50 per 50. Has any tried palmetto armory? I didn't really find anything by searching.
     
  6. dsb1829

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    Georgia Arms gets hit hard. Their stock varies quite a bit. They seemed to have a bit more in stock in 10mm 1-2 weeks ago. Before that they were missing components. Just gotta know what you want and keep an eye on the sight until it comes into stock.
     
  7. ColGlocker

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    Not trying to push one vendor over the other, but keep shipping charges in mind. The farther away you live from Georgia the more they will charge for shipping. My charges are over $30 with them. So the $17.50 per box gets closer to $25/box.


     
  8. awdxtc

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    I emailed dallas reloads about some 135gn noslers who ever is cheaper between then and underwood will get my business...im tired of shooting this weak cci blazer crap lol.
     
  9. ColGlocker

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    Good luck with your search. Let us know what you end up getting.
     
  10. awdxtc

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    Will do. I can't wait to finally shoot some real ammo out of this thing.
     
  11. JimIsland

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    Georgia Arms is at a Gunshow in Charleston this weekend. I'm going to check them out in the AM and see if I can get lucky with some canned heat. 500 for 170.00 is a great price if it's available.
     
  12. If Georgia Arms frequents the gun shows around you -- you can call them the week before, place an order & pay over the phone with a credit card -- and they will deliver it to the particular gun show for you to pick up. That way, you don't pay sales tax (if GA is out of state) or any shipping fees. I see at least some 10mm Auto ammo on their table each time they come to the local gun show here -- many times they have canned heat on the table as well...
     
  13. ModGlock17

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    Great idea! They charge $30 flat fee even if you're only a state away.
     
  14. JimIsland

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    great suggestion, thanks. They are coming back here in Feb. so I'll definately place my order ahead of time. They didn't have the "canned heat" deal but had hollow point bags of 50 for 22.00. Only 9 bags left so I grabbed all of em:supergrin:

    You couldn't tell that there is anything wrong with the economy as LOTS of folks buying firearms, ammo, knives, etc. As a matter of fact, met one of my clients leaving the show with an AK 47 in his hand!:wow:
     
  15. rcd567

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    Is this the first you've heard of the Zombie Apocalypse?:pjmn:
     
  16. 10 fan

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    The best I have found for training ammo at a fair price is BVAC 180gr.FMJ at 1200fps. I have shot 8 or 9000 rounds with no problems. Cheaper than dirt went up to 186$ FOR 500 it's all new,not reloads.I just ordered 2500 rounds from BVAC outlet for 175$ per 500 plus shiping. They said 6 weeks, It's the first time from them ,hoping less than 6 weeks
     
  17. awdxtc

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  18. arushus

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    The bvac is weak for10mm, it is loaded to .40cal velocities...Georgia arms is a lil better, but underwood is truly full power...I bought bvac once, and wont buy them again since I bought a .40sw conversion barrel. If I want to shoot weak stuff I just buy .40cal ammo for even cheaper than the bvac 10mm stuff.
     
  19. awdxtc

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    I think I am going to just buy a dillon 550 press with my tax return, sure it's more money up front but it will save me money in the long run. Even if I can save 30% vs buying ammo, that will let me shoot that much more for the same price.