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bulk .357?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by ryanrichmond, Oct 12, 2011.

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  1. ryanrichmond

    ryanrichmond Member

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    If you were going to buy .357mag in bulk, what kind would you buy and where would you purchase it from? I'm talking 500-1,000 rounds.

    What brand? HP? FMJ?
     
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    Probably Ammoman.com. $379/1000 with free shipping.
     
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  4. Owen Sparks

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    Depends on what you are going to do with it.

    Is it for general target practice or do you want high quality hollow points to stash away in case society breaks down and you can't get any more?
     
  5. Dan-O

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    I guess I would probably buy them off my reloading bench.
     
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    Don`t know been loadin since `83 so I`m out of the loop so to say !!

    But Georgia Arms do have an impessive product lineup at gunshows I attend .
     
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    I have guns that have been well used yet have never fired a factory round. Who can afford .500 S&W?
     
  10. clang

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    Check out a local gun show - find one of the guys who sells quality reloads.
     
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    GP100man,

    I've started reloading as well, but factory reloads are a great and economical way of obtaining decent brass, already loaded well, that you can later reload. Sometimes it's a better bargain than new or even once-fired brass, considering it's ready ammo, until you build up your own supply of brass.
     
  12. ryanrichmond

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    Both reasons.
    I've been looking into reloading actually. Maybe I'll invest in a kit and get started.
     
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