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Discussion in 'Reloading' started by Critch, Aug 28, 2012.

  1. Critch

    Critch

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    I found 250 Berry's 40 caliber plated 180 grain flat nose bullets for, get this, $26 and some change yesterday. The guy sold it to me cheap because the box was opened. I got home last night and counted, 250 bullets....normally these bullets run around $37.00.

    So my reloading for my Glock 22 will commence. I was also lucky that I was given hundreds of once shot 40 claiber hulls.
     
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    That was a great find. Have you ever tried www.precisionbullets.com? That is what I shoot out of my Sig. 40 229 and they work great. They are 9 - 10.5 cents per round, shipped, depending on bullet wt if you buy 1000 at a time. Even less if you buy 2500. I just bought another 1k for my sig and got 1k to try in my G19 (have read that others have had good experince with them in Glocks).

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    Nice find, just don't load them too hot. I get good accuracy at light loads, but warmer loads don't even pattern.
     
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    Good find, but TJCon has them for $112 ships free & Extrm for $110. The big thing with plated is over crimping, go light or accuacy suffers. If you are going to use the LFCD, don't, POS for plated bullets IME.
     
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