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Berry's Bullets-Fast Shipping

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by ol' scratch, Mar 3, 2010.

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  1. ol' scratch

    ol' scratch Member

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    I just wanted to let everyone know that Berry's Bullets ships VERY FAST. It was also free. I ordered on Sunday and my 200 grain joy makers just arrived.:D. Just in time too. I just prepared 500 cases. I have a busy weekend planned.
     
  2. Walkalong

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    Like everyone else, they are starting to catch up. Good news. I like Berrys bullets.

    Which 200 Grainers? I like the 200 HP for .45 ACP.
     
  3. ol' scratch

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    That is what I picked up.
     
  4. mxl

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    Same here--very fast shipping. Also ordered some plated .45acp from Xtreme. Also very fast shipping.
     
  5. jfh

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    So, not only is there catchup happening, but maybe, just maybe, Missouri Bullet's extraordinary reputation for fast shipping is having an impact on other internet sellers....

    Jim H.
     
  6. Blackrock

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    YEP I got a shipment of 1000 Berrys Bullets in last week, Beat my Midway order by one day.
     
  7. Bass Ackwardz

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    I like Berry's bullets as well, but lately I have been finding FMJ or HP bullets quite a bit cheaper than Berry's. But yes, every time I order from them, its pretty good turn around time.


    Bass
     
  8. Hondo 60

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    Bass,
    Cheaper than Berry's??? Where? Please post details.

    thanks
     
  9. Bass Ackwardz

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    I just picked up 3000 Zero 124gr FMJ 9mm for 236 shipped. Thats about $79 per 1k. Berrys is $82.56 per 1k. For the difference, I'll take the FMJ's. I have an order in at Precision Delta for their new 124gr JHP and those are at $78 per 1k as well.


    Bass
     
  10. General Tso

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    Are Berry's OK to use with 10mm & 44mag? I read on their website that they are not recommended for magnum velocities. Anyone tried them?
     
  11. Hondo 60

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    From Berry's website:


    FAQ: How fast can I shoot these bullets?
    Velocities depend on the caliber, but as a rule of thumb, we recommend you don't shoot our plated bullets over 1200 feet-per-second. Our 44's actually shoot best around 1150 fps. 45's are generally good at 850-900 fps. Our bullets are not recommended for magnum velocities.
     
  12. floydster

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    I could never understand why people shoot plated bullets when one can get FMJ bullets cheaper,----try Zero bullets.
    Floydster
     
  13. Walkalong

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    Didn't used to be the case, and won't be again soon I believe.
     
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