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Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by fol4321, Jul 15, 2011.

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  1. fol4321

    fol4321 Member

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    im looking to buy some 7mm rem mag/300 win mag/308/30-06 brass and 150 grain bullets in bulk(just some plinking bullets) so my question is who knows the some good places to buy from. thanks for the help
     
  2. cfullgraf

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    To quote some restaurant clown dressed in yellow and red garb, "billions and billions". Well not that many, but there are lots.

    Not in any particular order...

    Midway USA, Cabella, Natchez Shooters, Mid-South Shooters Supply, Sinclair International, Widners, Creedmoor Sprots, gun show vendors, Grafs, Huntington Die, Gander mountain, local gun shops, military surplus supply houses, Starline to name just a few.

    No guarantee on stocking levels of what you are looking for or on getting a great price.
     
  3. loadedround

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    I would reommend MidwayUSA as a number one source. Have been buying from them for 5-6 years now and find MidwayUSA to be a first rate outfit with reasonable prices and fast shipment. You can even set up an account and order online from them.
     
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    I've used Midway in the past but just recently I ordered from Powder Valley and was impressed by the prices, service, and shipping. I've also ordered surplus bullets from RMR and was happy with everything from them. Midsouth has also been good to work with.
     
  5. ArchAngelCD

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    Midway has everything BUT, their prices are a little higher than most online stores and their S&H charges are excessive. The above suggestion for Powder Valley is a good one!

    I have also use Tennessee Valley Bullets, Mid-South Shooters, Sinclair, Widners, and Grafs without issues.
     
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    I, have been eyeing those 175 grain pulled SMK's, RMR has now. I, know that is heavier then what your looking for, but some food for thought.
     
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    I have also used Midway USA for years. I'm usually happy with every aspect of doing business with them with the exception of their shipping prices, which in my opinion are way too high. If Graf's have the items I want in stock, they will usually beat the Midway price when you factor in the shipping (Graf's is $4.95).
     
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    check out the h&r buy,sell,trade forum here at the high road.ive seen some good deals there on brass.
     
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