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Where you guys getting your .223 projectiles?

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by Fwdftw, Dec 11, 2012.

  1. Fwdftw

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    i normally buy from http://www.hi-techammo.com/

    but.. as you can see they are out of them at the moment.... last time i ordered i got 1k m193 air pulled bullets for 70$

    so where do you get yours? im out -.-
     
  2. F106 Fan

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    I get my 55 gr FMJ from Montana Gold $295/3500 - a little over $0.08/each

    Richard
     


  3. snowwdog

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  4. SigFTW

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    My local reloading shop had some 62gr pulled .223 for $67 per 1k, I picked up 3k. Now they are up to $78 per 1k, still a good price!
     
  5. Boxerglocker

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    Same here or bulk Hornady 55g FMJs w/c from Wideners $484.00/6000 FREE S/H USPS
     
  6. Fwdftw

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    that comes out to 84 per k and i prefer to buy a little at a time as i cant drop 350 on bullets at 1 time.

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  7. ricklaut

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  8. Boxerglocker

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    Though possibly a little more than the pulled bullets your buying. You will find the MG or Hornady bulk bullets a lot more consistent.
    I would advise to get with a buddy and split a order of MG's.
     
  9. Fwdftw

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    yea the only friend of mine that reloads doesnt shoot nearly as much as i do... lol

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  10. fredj338

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    A pulled bullet will never shoot as well as a new. MG in bulk or Horandy form Widener's in bulk, just over 8x each. For plinking, I have investged in a set of swaging dies to make my own from spent 22lr. So that would be free for just my time & the initial cost of dies, which is significant, Mostly, I want to swage my own so I always have them. I can cast for all my handgun calibers, but cast bullets in rifles, especially gas op ones, is less than desireable.
     
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  11. F106 Fan

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    Asking around here will only get responses for multple thousands. I agree, $450 for 6000 bullets is a great price; if I had any need for 6000 bullets. I haven't even loaded the 3000 I already have.

    Richard
     
  12. PCJim

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    My last bulk purchase (6K) was also from MidSouth. Granted, that's a chunk of change to drop all at once.

    Remember, they don't go bad just sitting around. And if you're the enterprising sort, you can always sell smaller quantities in baggies to your reloading friends at a markup.
     
  13. ricklaut

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    If you're up for 6000 of them, MidSouth still does... same price, but I'd bet they won't be available for long.
     
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  15. Fwdftw

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  16. ricklaut

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    Oops! THAT's what I forgot to do - ask the wife. :whistling: Too late now...