I drove 150 miles one way to the Valley today to buy .45 200g RN or RNFP because I can't find them on line. I went to Dillon, Laredo Bullets, Sportsman's Warehouse and Cabella's. They had none! SWC's yes, anything else NO! I can order a custom run at Laredo and go back and get it, but that's another 300 miles. This is nuts. I gave up and bought Ranier at $55 per 500 plus taxes. That's 12 cents each. Where'd they all go?
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January 3, 2008, 02:34 AM
Check out TJ Conevera, they have Winchester FMJ 230-gr for $104 per thousand, and that's SHIPPED.
How's that brass I sold you working out?
January 3, 2008, 04:00 AM
Might be a good time to get into casting?
January 3, 2008, 07:58 AM
Just bought some Berry's 45 bullets from TJ Conevera. Good service. Good price. (Well, these days ;))
January 3, 2008, 08:38 AM
Heh, this kind of talk makes me glad I moved those 28K of bullets eight years ago--In the early Nineties, I'd paid about $30-35 / M for those....VBG
Call or e-mail Mastercast Bullets to get the latest pricing--I'll vouch for the product. I found Mike last summer--he'll ship USPS Priority, a full box for you as well--about $10.00.