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Rozedist actually has some bullets again

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by njl, Apr 1, 2014.

  1. njl

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    I just ordered some 230gr JHP and one box of 158gr JSP to try out. In what may end up being a mistake, I passed on 9mm 124gr FMJ. I see PD has raised prices again.
     
  2. creophus

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    I'm seeing the same thing. I'm only interested in 115gr FMJ for 9mm.
     


  3. G36_Me

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    I so don't believe u that I'm not even checking.
     
  4. Rinspeed

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    I snagged 1000 148 HBWC a couple weeks ago, they don't stay in stock very long.
     
  5. njl

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    Have you used those from Zero before? I've been hesitant to try them, because the site says they're sized to .357, and I thought most lead for .38/357 was .358...and that undersized lead bullets are a common cause of leading.

    My 230gr JHP and 158gr JSP just arrived.
     
  6. Rinspeed

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    I've shot 4-5K of them, most with 3 GR of 231. Nice powder puff load that's easy to teach new shooters with. Never had any issues with leading. If you want some to try just PM your address.
     
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  7. SJ 40

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    So do I,fired up the cast master the other night and ended up with a nice big pile of shiny 40 caliber bullets. SJ 40
     
  8. attrapereves

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    I won't even order from Precision Delta anymore. It's probably not their fault as metal prices have gone up, but you save a lot of money by buying plated bullets. A few years ago, PD FMJs were similar in price to Rainier and Berrys. Not anymore.

    The only FMJ I buy are for 357SIG and 10mm. I get those from Zero or Montana Gold as they don't have ridiculously long wait times.

    For those who have ordered from PD recently, do they still have a several month long wait time?
     
  9. njl

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    Seems like there are at least half a dozen makers offering various forms of coated bullets for just a little more $ than lubed lead. I'm testing a few and may cut back considerably on jacketed bullet use.


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  10. Kentguy

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    njl "...I'm testing a few and may cut back considerably on jacketed bullet use."

    I order all my lead from these folks;

    http://www.missouribullet.com/index.php

    I order mostly for .38 special, 357 Magnum & .45 ACP/Colt.

    Great bullets, good price and service is good as well, might want to give them a try.
     
  11. creophus

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    Last time I purchased from PD, their 115gr FMJ were CHEAPER than the plated rounds.

    Only plated 40 cal was cheaper.
     
  12. J Lee

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    Still pretty good pricing for quality FMJs.