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Looking for .44 special ammo

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by klover, Nov 11, 2006.

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  1. klover

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    I am going to place an order for other less common calibers as well. Thanks for any links.:)
     
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    For HD ? Win Silvertip, Corbon DPX.
     
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    http://www.bulkammo.com/


    These guys have good prices. But I've not used their stuff so I cannot comment on quality.
     
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    Thanks Lou, they had what I was looking for.:)
     
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    Georgia Arms loads the Speer #4427 200gr Gold Dot HP .44 Special bullet in new Starline brass for ~$21/50. They are designed for short-barrel use - opening to .76"+ by 800 fps. They make 805+ fps from my 2.5" 296. The same bullet is used in the CCI Blazer ammo, which 'Academy Sports/Outdoors' chains sell for $16.86/50, making it the only .44 Special ammo you can find around Birmingham other than from a well-stocked gunstore. GA Arms may have cowboy ammo in .44 Special, too... their .45 Colt cowboy ammo, which I used thousands of before discovering the joys of reloading, was super. Nice folks, too.

    Stainz
     
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    If you want good, affordable .44 special ammunition, you're probably going to have to load your own.
     
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