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Underwood has 10mm 180gr in stock

Discussion in 'The 10 Ring' started by stormcaller111, Dec 28, 2012.

  1. stormcaller111

    stormcaller111

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    Just a heads up, i just ordered 250rds of 180gr 10mm from Underwood. There are as of now approx 120 boxes in stock over 2 different 180gr offerings.
     
  2. Thanks, just ordered 10 boxes of FMJ for range ammo, they are now down to ~37 of FMJ.
     

  3. intecooler

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    He had 180's and 165's. When they are gone PBR Ammo is the next best thing for the money and they have some stock. I don't have a third unless you go DoubleTap.
     
  4. cookand

    cookand War Eagle!!

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    Do you know which HP PBR uses?
     
  5. UnitBob

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    HPR/Scottsdale looks like a good 3rd choice.
     
  6. cookand

    cookand War Eagle!!

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    What about the PBR ammo? Do you know what HP they use?
     
  7. Nozzelnut

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    Just looked at all the 180gr and it loos like its sold out.
     
  8. SolidBrass

    SolidBrass Against Shiny

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    I missed out when Kevin brought out the 220 hardcast. It's out of stock now, sure hope he brings more back online soon.
     
  9. UnitBob

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  10. doverpack12

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    Looks like Parabellum Research has either 155's or 200's in stock at good prices. ~$22.30/50
     
  11. cookand

    cookand War Eagle!!

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    I'm going to try this one more time and then I'll quit, I promise.:cool:

    Does anyone know what HP PBR uses in their 10mm ammo?
     
  12. doverpack12

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    Cookand this is straight off PBR's FAQ page

    "Do you load defensive ammunition?
    No, we are currently focused on producing ammunition geared toward the practice market. Some of our loads do feature hollow points, such as the 357 Sig, but those loads are not comparable to purpose-built defensive ammunition utilizing hollow points such as Remington's Golden Sabre or Winchester's Ranger Talon. While our loads, like all ammunition, can be lethal they are not engineered specifically for defensive purposes."

    and

    "Why do you offer hollowpoints if you'd don't manufacture self-defense ammunition?
    Our hollowpoint loadings are engineered to provide a shooting experience similar to the premium self-defense ammunition on the market today. This allows our customers to practice their recoil control with a stronger round, ensure that their weapon feeds hollowpoints flawlessly in a practice environment, and enjoy the superb accuracy a hollowpoint delivers. With our JHP offerings it is possible shoot more than a single magazine during a practice session without breaking the bank"

    If this doesn't have the answer you are looking for just write them an email.
     
  13. cookand

    cookand War Eagle!!

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    Thanks dover, I read that. Just thought maybe someone here might have bought the ammo. I've sent an email and have no response yet. I'm impatient. :cool:
     
  14. Slateman

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    Who has ammo in stock? Underwood is cleaned out. Double Tap has mysteriously raised their prices.
     
  15. doverpack12

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    PBR ammo has 1 box 165 gr FMJ in stock and 16 boxes 200 gr FMJ very reasonable prices
     
  16. Underwood has raised his prices. Looks like about $2.00 a box more. Still worth it IMHO.
     
  17. Slateman

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    Sent Underwood an email. Said they wouldn't have brass for another 12-15 days. So ... yea ...

    Never heard of PBR
     
  18. Slateman

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