Cast Bullet Source for .380, 'Light' 38?


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jjohnson
December 29, 2008, 11:42 PM
Hi, Gents!

Yes, I've already done some web searching and I'm not happy with what I've found.:eek:

I try to buy from small bullet casters directly instead of feeding Midway, Cabela's, or Gander Mountain's bloated overhead.:scrutiny:

Thing is, the 'little guys' have rollercoastered all year, and some of them are out of business now.:uhoh:

I'm looking for cast bullets for .380 - 90-105 grain RNs, and for light .358 cast bullets, no heavier than 125 grains or so, for plinking. And of course, I'm looking for a decent price, like $50 per thousand (without shipping). Much more than that, I may as well order from Grafs, Midsouth, or Natchez. I don't have anything against them, but I would prefer to deal with small business guys if I can.

I HAVE looked at a big handful of individual casters, and found their prices often are pretty close to the 'big boys.' :what:

If any of you can point me to a reliable source, I'd appreciate it. I really would like to give my business to "Joe the Caster," Okay, bad joke. :D

Thanks in advance for any answers.

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mrayw
December 30, 2008, 12:22 AM
missouribullet.com
only lead I use, good luck.

Marlin 45 carbine
December 30, 2008, 10:00 AM
mastercastbullets.com in Carbondale, Il.
I bought some .380acp slugs from him they shoot great and not much more trouble cleaning after.

dardascastbullets
December 30, 2008, 03:29 PM
Check out our site - you'll find your .38-125's there for $44.50 per thousand.

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