Where to get Bullets?


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brisendines
January 6, 2009, 10:12 PM
I was looking around trying to find bulk bullets, and it seems like online stores are just as if not more expensive than sportsmans warehouse, but I've had trouble with sportsmans not having anything in stock. Where do you get yours?

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NCsmitty
January 6, 2009, 10:24 PM
What are you looking for?

NCsmitty

brisendines
January 6, 2009, 10:27 PM
45 acp and 9X19- cast and jacketed 45, just jacketed 9.

alfsauve
January 6, 2009, 10:30 PM
[quote]It seems like online stores are just as if not more expensive than sportsmans warehouse, but I've had trouble with sportsmans not having anything in stock.[\quote]

There's an old joke. A women goes into a butcher shop and says how much do you charge for ground beef. Butcher say, $1.25/lb. Lady tells him the butcher across the street has ground beef for eight-nine cents a pound. Butcher says to go across the street then. Lady says the shop across the street is out. Butcher tells her he could sell them all day long for eight-nine cents a pound if he were out too.


But I...er....digress. To answer your question. My favorite bullet dealer for bulk handgun bullets is Magnus Bullets. They can ship up to 70# for only $12 via USPS Flat Rate. Makes them very competitive. They have both cast and jacketed.

http://www.magnusbullets.com/

rockhound758
January 6, 2009, 11:34 PM
The jacketed bullets from Magnus look like Zero bullets to me; if so you might want to compare their prices with those of Powder Valley and Roze Distributing. I'm going to order some Zeros as I've heard good things about them and the price is very competitive (seem about the same as plated).

jjohnson
January 7, 2009, 12:01 AM
A week old...this post: http://www.thehighroad.org/showthread.php?t=416562

Look for my contribution - there's a fistful of good places for cast bullets; Berry's Bullets direct from them or from Graf's www.grafs.com is a FAR BETTER DEAL than RAINIER gold plated bullets (according to PRICE) from Midwayusa, who'll take you on shipping charges:fire:.

Search through the posts from the last couple weeks in the handloading forum. You'll find we've done this one to death lately, especially since some manufacturers and retailers of bullets seem to think they're running a GAS STATION.:cuss:

Yes, we're being gouged. :eek:

Redneck with a 40
January 7, 2009, 12:39 AM
The good news with Berry's, spend $50 and the shipping is free.:)

ls0n3
January 7, 2009, 01:17 AM
i bought some from http://www.missouribullet.com/

brisendines
January 7, 2009, 12:49 PM
Price isn't that big of a deal, but I want something that won't lead up the barrel too bad in cast, and a decent plinking bullet in jacketed. I liked the Missouri site because they advertised specialized hardness for the application.

rfwobbly
January 7, 2009, 01:39 PM
....but I want something that won't lead up the barrel too bad in cast, and a decent plinking bullet in jacketed.

Then try moly coated lead bullets. They have the low cost of lead, without the barrel leading issues. 2 suppliers I know of are...

Precision Bullets http://www.precisionbullets.com/

Black Bullets Intl http://www.blackbulletsinternational.com/

schmeky
January 7, 2009, 02:09 PM
I have put about 3,000 rounds of Missouri Bullets down my CZ-9mm, CZ-40, and various .45's, ranging from low power target to mid-range loads.

Not the first trace of leading, nada, zip, nothing. Missouri Bullet lists the Brinell rating, so you match the bullet to the intended useage. Very useful.

Besides, the quality, price, packaging, and service from Missouri bullet has been outstanding; they are my preferred supplier.

ModificationVt
January 7, 2009, 02:46 PM
I have been looking around for a while now and Missouri bullets seem to be the best out there for the price...I am glad to hear from schmeky there there doesn't seem to be much issue with lead fouling...but even if there is lead fouling its nothing the proper cleaning products cant take care of.

evan price
January 8, 2009, 03:03 AM
TJ Conevera has 9mm FMJ for $78 a thousand delivered.

dardascastbullets
January 8, 2009, 08:53 AM
We cast a whole host of .45's and 9's.

lonewolf5347
January 8, 2009, 10:06 AM
http://www.missouribullet.com/
I use the number #1 in 200 grain SWC in my 1911 fps around 800 with Win:231 5.0 grains never had any leading problems.I been dealing with him now about 2 years I only had a bad box 1 time and brad who owns the company made good on it with replacement and free shipping no question asked.

schmeky
January 8, 2009, 12:26 PM
ModificationVT,

Give Missouri Bullet a try. I'm a really picky b_stard, and they managed to make me happy:p.

ModificationVt
January 8, 2009, 01:13 PM
I have a load of 45ACP RNFP 200gr coming my way from them

kildar
January 10, 2009, 10:13 AM
Try Montana Gold. Here's the link :

https://secure3.mooseweb.com/montanagoldbullet.com/pricelist.tpl

prickett
January 10, 2009, 10:50 AM
Wow, Missouri bullets looks good. I use http://shop.snscasting.com/main.sc which is in the same ball park as Missouri.

Seafarer12
January 11, 2009, 12:44 PM
You can check out powder valley too. They sell zero and midstates cast. You might be able to find them a few bucks cheaper at other places but if you have to buy from two places that savings gets eaten up in shipping. My last order was 2k 223 and 1.5k 357's jacketed and cast. I don't know any place I could have bought all of that for the price I got it for.

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