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10% off on rifle bullets at Rocky Mountain Reloading

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by longdayjake, Sep 5, 2011.

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  1. longdayjake

    longdayjake Member

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    Every now and then I run a good promotion to offload some stuff so that I can buy more. Well, I figure a Labor Day sale is in order. So, for 10% off on all rifle bullets (.224 .308 .277 and .243) use the coupon code freedom when checking out. There is no limit to how many you can order on that coupon so take advantage while it is available. I don't often offer discounts because I don't have things marked up very high so these deals don't come along very often. This promotion will last for one week or until all the rifle bullets are gone.

    www.rmrbullets.com

    DISCLAIMER: When I run a promotion like this people tend to go a little overboard and I sell out before I have a chance to remove stuff from my website. I try to take everything that is sold out off of the website, but sometimes it isn't possible. Anyway, if you order something that is sold out please don't be too upset when your order is cancelled.
     
  2. Tim the student

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    Jake, I've never ordered anything from you before, and I don't see anything about shipping on your site.

    Is it included in the price of the item?
     
  3. Josh45

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    Tim,

    They are. I had texted Jake about a week ago and asked him the same and he did tell me that the shipping was included in the pricing.
     
  4. Tim the student

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    Thanks Josh.
     
  5. bds

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    Yup, free shipping on orders. Another reason I like RMR is that I can mix and match some bullets in smaller quantities down to 250 instead of 500/1000.

    10% off?! Dang, time to stock up on some more bullets!

    Thanks for the discount and making us "labor" to load all those bullets. :D
     
  6. longdayjake

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    Speaking of "labor," please don't be upset if it takes a while to get orders out. This discount has been active for less than 12 hours and I already have a weeks worth of packaging to do.
     
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    I've ordered bullets from RMR before. I'm very pleased with prices and speed of service. Just bought 1000 of the 115gr 9mm speer pulls and they are great. Look like new and shoot great.
     
  8. longdayjake

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    An update:

    If you ordered the ss109 bullets then expect them to be delivered some time next week. I sold over 20k of them yesterday and I had to get more on the way. I have left them on the website so that you can take advantage of the sale but there WILL be a delay in shipping them.
     
  9. davebl

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    Order placed!

    Great deal on the SS109's!

    Thanks for the good pricing!!
     
  10. longdayjake

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    It should be a great deal on all the .223. Or is someone else selling them cheaper?
     
  11. Crawlin

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    Aww man, I just ordered last week with a 5% off!

    Anyway, great guy to order from, I have ordered a few thousand bullets now and they have been just as described.

    +1 and he is quickly becoming my only supplier I order from.
     
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    Does anyone know if the 62 gr. is a good expansion bullet for use on deer and hogs.
     
  13. longdayjake

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    The 62 grain SP was made by ATK. My guess is that it will have typical expansion performance of any other soft point.
     
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