Rocky Mountain Reloading Shipping


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J_McLeod
October 19, 2013, 01:01 PM
I ordered some bullets from RMR late on Tuesday the 15th. By 11am on the 16th I got a shipping email and they were delivered on the 18th. Bullets were exactly as advertised too.

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rg1
October 19, 2013, 01:08 PM
I've had good service with Rocky Mountain Reloading too. Quick shipping and good products with accurate descriptions of pulled bullets etc.

ljnowell
October 19, 2013, 04:07 PM
Jake is a good guy! Every order I have ever made from him came promptly!

GBExpat
October 19, 2013, 07:21 PM
I placed my first order with RMR at 3:19pm(ET) on the 17th.

By 5:03(ET) on the same day(!) I had received shipment notification with tracking numbers.

Received the first of 2 packages today, the 19th. (Great-looking bullets!)

The other package is, apparently, the victim of a USPS OOPS and will, hopefully, show up early this coming week.

Great product, competitive pricing and fast shipping. :D

VrockTDSaz
October 20, 2013, 03:21 AM
I ordered from this outfit. I sent them an email asking when the order would ship. I got a response it under 10 minutes saying that it would go out the day after I ordered. That's customer service. It came US mail in a flat rate box, I think shipping was even included in the quoted price. Excellent shopping experience, i'll be back.

CMV
October 20, 2013, 03:06 PM
I've used RMR a couple times & have been nothing but happy with price, product matching description, & speed of shipping.

I like the variety - something different on the website all the time. But if you find something you like (pulls), buy a lot. Might not be there when you want more & you'll kick yourself for not getting more when it was available.

SpentCasing
October 22, 2013, 08:04 PM
Jake is my go to guy. Decent prices, decent bullets, and fast shipping.

grubbylabs
October 22, 2013, 08:51 PM
I almost sent him a nasty gram about some bullets I ordered and they did not show up, then I realized I did not finish processing the order on my end. I had the bullets just a couple days later.

MikeS.
October 22, 2013, 08:53 PM
What y'all said, I buy from them regularly. I ordered 2K of 180gn 10mm from them a few weeks ago, just finished loading 500 of those. Nice bullet at a fair price.

longdayjake
October 22, 2013, 09:26 PM
Awww. Now I feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Thanks guys! But you should know that I no longer deserve all the credit. Since April we hired three people who are now taking care of the brunt of the physical labor. I am now just a desk jockey who tries to "make it right" when their inexperience gets the better of them. That said, as long as I am head of RMR I will demand that we treat ALL of our customers the way I would expect to be treated if I were in their shoes.

News Alert: We are about to enter the AR market! And in two months we should have a new and steady supply of .224 bullets to feed them. (no promises...I learned my lesson about that).

boomeradf
October 22, 2013, 11:13 PM
Lol most of you are seeing them faster than I am 5 hours south of him, but that isn't Jake's fault!! I have talked to him via e-mail a few random times, super stand-up guy and amazing service for sure!!

joustin
October 23, 2013, 12:07 AM
Would you consider selling small quantities of bullets for testing?

longdayjake
October 24, 2013, 02:21 AM
Well, it is kind of a logistical nightmare to offer sample packs. First, it REALLY confuses the employees who tend to spend more time fretting about it than putting it together. Second, it takes five to ten times longer to do it than to do 5 bags of 1000. Third, after we apply the shipping charges it usually turns out a bit cheaper to just buy the bullets at a local shop. Our business model is to sell bulk stuff for a little cheaper. It just isn't logistically or monetarily feasible to send a bunch of little orders around.

That said, for those who are wondering, our plated bullets are identical to the ones used in Blazer ammunition. They are made by a company who is contracted with ATK and X-treme bullets. Our HP plated are straight from X-treme. I hope this helps you with the question of whether or not they will work in your gun.

grubbylabs
October 25, 2013, 08:09 PM
I have used the plated bullets in 45 and they performed well. Absolutely no issues.

Ky Larry
October 25, 2013, 08:21 PM
Good products. Good service. Good prices. Good experience.

juk
October 25, 2013, 08:59 PM
I had no idea that Jake ran RMR! I bought some plated 45 bullets a few months back. They are great bullets and I will surely be buying more soon. When I purchased mine, the expected wait for shipping was 2 weeks. I think I got the bullets in 10 days. Couldn't be happier.

boomeradf
October 26, 2013, 12:25 AM
Jake,

Do you ever see anything from CCI/Speer such as seconds?

longdayjake
October 26, 2013, 03:52 PM
Yes. Actually we used to be mainly focused on their pulled bullets. However, since the whole ammo shortage they raised their prices up pretty close to brand new prices. I could still buy them but for me to make any money on them I would have to put the prices way high. For example, look at the price of our 55 grain .223 stuff. That came from them.

callenlee
October 26, 2013, 07:48 PM
Just another post praising RMR. I've ordered a few times and was impressed every time by the speed with which I received my order and the quality of the bullets. Still have a large bag of 9mm bullets waiting to be loaded up, but once they're loaded and shot down range I'll be ordering more.

longdayjake
October 28, 2013, 12:43 AM
Quick news update. We will be listing Seekins products on our website early this week. If you are in the market for a very high quality AR please consider us. It is hard trying to enter a new market so any help you might give would be appreciated. If we can get this to be successful it will open a lot of new doors and possible products for us.

longdayjake
October 28, 2013, 05:26 PM
Okay guys. Today we made some HUGE changes to our website. ALL of them should be something to rejoice about. The first thing you will notice is that we no longer accept Paypal as a payment option. We actually really like what Paypal offers in convenience but we are now to the point that we can no longer deal with them because of their anti- 2nd Amendment policies. If this bothers you please send your complaints to Paypal. Trust me, we have already heard them all here.
Secondly, you will notice that we lowered our prices to a level that beats all our competition. We decided that it was time that we not only strive for the best customer service but we also need to have the best prices. Our cost on stuff has not gone down so it is going to be hard to make up for the lower prices. So, please share our new prices and our product offerings with EVERYONE you know. The only way it will be worth keeping our prices this low is if our sales increase enough to make up for the lower prices. That said, every time we lower our prices we get a few hundred emails and phone calls asking us to go back in time and refund the cost of bullets that were bought before we changed prices. I am sorry but we cannot do that. I know what it is like to order something one day and find out the price went down the next day. This is going to be even harder because we REALLY lowered our prices. A TON. So please, please, please, understand that we can't go back in time and refund for orders placed even just a half hour ago.
Lastly, we now offer some high quality AR lowers, uppers, and parts from Seekins Precision!! We are proud to offer what we consider to be the best quality AR items on the market and they are made right here in IDAHO!
Please share this with all your friends. Help us make this new beginning a success. Please share this on Facebook, your local gun range, and favorite gun forum. You have been the best customers that we could ever have hoped for and we want you to know how grateful we are. Thank you!

hentown
October 28, 2013, 06:32 PM
I'm a class 06 manufacturer, and I'm loading a bunch of Jake's 9mm plated bullets right now. Great products @ good prices.

MarcoPolo
October 29, 2013, 12:47 AM
Just want to put in a plug for a great company and I'm happy to support a fellow Idahoan. Getting ready to place another order in a couple of days.

USAFRetired
October 29, 2013, 12:56 AM
Another vote for RMR. Been getting bullets from them since their early days and Jake has always been solid.

ljnowell
October 29, 2013, 02:12 AM
I'm looking forward to building an AR with parts ordered from Jake now! I have to say, if RMR or Missouri Bullet would start selling primers and powder I would be able to order all of reloading supplies from two vendors! How awesome would that be!

RussellC
October 30, 2013, 02:17 PM
I'm looking forward to building an AR with parts ordered from Jake now! I have to say, if RMR or Missouri Bullet would start selling primers and powder I would be able to order all of reloading supplies from two vendors! How awesome would that be!
I can tell you, I have used the less expensive Seekins lower receiver that Jake sells, and it is top notch. I am sure the more expensive one is also. No slop at all mated to a Spikes tactical upper. All parts were perfect fit.

Russellc

stavman11
February 28, 2014, 04:00 PM
Wanted to make a Shout out to RMR Bullets

I placed an order for some 9mm 124gr Bullets On Wed 2-26-14 at 11:37am.... this is my 2nd order from RMR and was VERY pleased with the Plated Bullets i got the 1st time from them


So after about 3 hours i happened to check my Emails and at 11:48am... yes 10 minutes after i placed the order it showed shipped and my tracking Number attached...

So Figured GREAT... Should see em Monday or Tuesday....

WRONG!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Landing Today... Friday 2-28-14

Just wanted to Say thanks and Thats some GREAT customer service..... My Next order of .357 Bullets will be from them as Well

Thanks Again

Chris

GlowinPontiac
March 2, 2014, 03:33 PM
I have ordered a few times from RMR. Always got very fast shipping even all the way over here in CT. Top notch company.

JesterGrin_1
March 15, 2014, 06:55 PM
Sorry I have to ask since I have never used plated bullets. I was looking at the .38/.357 Truncated Cone and the flat nose round point. Which would be better for pistol as well as in a Marlin .357 Mag as an all around bullet? And what might be another silly question is there any difference in loading between plated and jacketed? As my go to powder in .357 Magnum is either W-296 or H-110?

Thank You for any help.

On a Further note I was looking at RMR bullets for there price and quality to help teach my Cousin to shoot of which I am sure will use lots of bullets and powder lol. I normally load Hornady 158-180Gr HP/XTP but for doing this I did not feel I should use such a premium bullet due to cost.

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