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Opinions on Zero Bullets

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by spencerhut, Nov 8, 2006.

  1. spencerhut

    spencerhut Well-Known Member

    Just wondering how many folks use Zero bullets and what you think of them. I've loaded some .38 Supers and .45ACP FMJ bullets for my match guns and they seem to work just fine. I've also got some JHP I loaded for my .40S&W that I have not been able to test in any kind of media, yet. Anyone know how the Zero JHP bullets perform?
  2. revolverman357

    revolverman357 Well-Known Member

    I have had very good success with Zero brand bullets. I have used thier JHP and JSP in .357 magnum. No problems, good expansion and accurate.
    My supplier isn't handling them so I switched to Remington bullets. If I knew where to get some more I'd use Zero.
  3. nbkky71

    nbkky71 Well-Known Member

    I bought a few to try them out and ended up being very pleased with them. In my winter reloading fest last year I loaded up about 2000 rounds of .45ACP with the Zero 185gr JHP. All my .45 pistols performed well with Zero bullets.

    I liked them so much I loaded up 4,000 rounds of 9mm ammo using Zero 124gr bullets this summer.

    I bought mine from the ghostholster.com (http://www.ghostholster.com/zero.htm). Good prices with shipping included.
  4. Canuck-IL

    Canuck-IL Well-Known Member

  5. Ares45

    Ares45 Well-Known Member

    Bought 1000 pcs .40S&W 165gr FMJ at the gun show a few months ago. My first experience with zero bullets. So far so good. I liked them enough to go ahead and order a couple thousand 45ACP 230gr FMJ.

    2nd Powdervalley. Best price I've seen on zeros.
  6. kansas45

    kansas45 Well-Known Member

    I've always used Winchester 45 ACP 230gr FMJ. I'm going over to Powder Valley saturday to buy some Zero's. They are about 15 miles from home. A few of my shooting buddies use them & have had good luck with them. Gotta' get some powder & primers while I'm there also. I recomend checking Powder Valley out on their web-site. They have good prices on loading supplies & are a Dillon dealer.
  7. GooseGestapo

    GooseGestapo Well-Known Member

    Buy the Zero bullets direct from the MFG at www.rozedist.com
    Shipping is included at the list price.

    Quality is decent.

    I use their swaged .38 and .45 cal pistol bullets for PPC competition at the 50yd line (I use home cast at shorter lines).

    I've used their jacketed pistol bullets, but I prefer a different make.
    I can take or leave their jacketed bullets.

    I've used the Zero's off and on since 1973; they have been around a while and make a decent product.

    Good folks to do business with.

    You can save a LOT by buying in large quantities.

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