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Best Prices on 9mm and .45ACP

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by 45R, Dec 30, 2002.

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  1. 45R

    45R Member

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    I shoot a ton of 9mm and .45ACP each month. Pricing for 9mm is pretty cheap with Wally World 100pks but places around PRK charge up to $14 for a box of .45

    Who sells S&B or Winchester .45ACP and 9mm for a good price.

    The .45ACP will be going through a Kimber so yucky factory reloads not apply. It can shoot a tad dirty. I dont mind cleaning crud from the gun but I dont like barrel fouling.

    I know I should reload but until then.... :)

    Thanks in Advanced guys.


    45R
     
  2. Schuey2002

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    I agree. I bought my first case of S&B .45 from Natchez. Cost me about $200, shipped.

    You might also try CCI Blazer. Kinda dirty, but cheap (and a whole lot better than Wolf).
     
  4. MikeK

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    Try:

    http://www.georgia-arms.com/

    I just started buying from them. Only tried .40 S&W, but it worked great. A number of people swear by them. Factory reloads. Plus they have free shipping through tommorrow.
     
  5. Brian Maffei

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    Natchezss.com, CCI Blazer 9mm 115gr. FMJ - $4.85/50
     
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    i was going to say gunshow, but are those even allowed in prk?
     
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    Georgia Arms has free shipping going on right now. I like their +P Shear Power ammo (JHP). The Canned Heat works well also, but was a bit dirty for my taste.

    Natchez is great as is J&G Sales. I've never ordered ammo from MidWay, but others have told me their pricing is equal to the others and shipping is faster. Regardless, plan on buying a couple cases to justify the ORMD and Hazmat fees.

    Yeah, we're still allowed to have gun shows here in CA. Was at one just a couple weeks ago and encountered the usual sillyness. :rolleyes:
     
  9. 10-Ring

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    Try reloading. Since I started reloading, I've shot ALOT more 45's than I could ever imagine. The Wally World 9mm's are tough to beat too.
     
  10. TooTaxed

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    I've regularly bought both my ammo and reloading components at northern California gunshows (Fresno, San Francisco) far cheaper than I could find otherwise...9-mm and .38-Spl for less than $5/box, .357-Mag and .40 for $6, .45 auto for $8, all by the box, cheaper in quantity. Rifle ammo also. Mi-Wall (?) is one dealer...:D
     
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    I live on the right coast so generally use natchezss. But link below to firm on left coast I have not used but gets recommendations on glocktalk. Their website is down for next few days, but as I recall had good price on federal eagle 9mm.

    http://www.miwallcorp.com/Merchant2/merchant.mv
     
  13. blades67

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    I can reload .45 ACP for about $79 per 1000, including tax. The real savings is due to the fact that I don't charge myself shipping & handling.:D
     
  14. Gunsnrovers

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    since you're in the PRK

    As you're also a PRK resident, I'm surprised you're not using Miwall:

    http://www.miwallcorp.com/Merchant2/merchant.mv

    I use www.natchezss.com as well, but Miwall tends to be about equal even with tax due to the lower shipping costs. Also, you'll get it quicker. Usually 2 business days.

    I usually buy from Miwall when there is a local gun show I can get to and sava on the shipping, but lately I have been working Saturdays and Sunday is a family day so I don't get to shows as often as i used.

    Jeff
     
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