Source for Cast .380 Slugs?


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jjohnson
December 8, 2008, 08:29 AM
Hi, Gents!

It's time to start reloading again, and my usual sources are gone or priced into "infinity and beyond," as Buzz Lightyear would say :cool:.

One went out of business, the guys who sold on eBay vanished, Cabela's wants the same price as for jacketed... Midway same deal... and Ranier is priced out of my buying range. National Bullet turned out to be a nightmare :eek: and since many sellers haven't lowered prices since lead started going down, most places I'm looking that are actually "in stock" today are running about 10 cents a round.

Anybody out there have a reliable source of cast bullets in the 90-102grain range?:confused:

Thanks!

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Marlin 45 carbine
December 8, 2008, 08:52 AM
Mike at 'mastercastbullets' is the man.
I shot his .32acp and .380acp slugs - they shot as well as the pricey Speer FMJ's I was loading, just another couple-3 swipes of solvent soaked patch for clean up.

RidgwayCO
December 8, 2008, 10:39 AM
Mastercast Bullets is good, and so is Tennessee Valley Bullets.

http://www.tennesseevalleybullets.com/products/bullets.html

I purchased a load of 95gr LRN bullets from Jessie at TVB, and they are some of the best looking and shooting bullets I've ever tried. Reasonable prices too.

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