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Match Bullet Bulk Source?

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by TooTaxed, Dec 10, 2006.

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  1. TooTaxed

    TooTaxed Member

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    Is there a place I can buy .308 168-gr boat-tailed match-quality bullets in bulk? Those little 100-pack boxes get expensive...:rolleyes:

    Would also like sources for similar .223 and 6.5-mm match grade bullets, and other .308 weights...;)
     
  2. USSR

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    John,

    Sierra sells their MatchKings in 500 count bulk boxes. Check around to the various online shooter's supply stores for them.

    Don
     
  3. db_tanker

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    I have seen Nosler sell their J4 223 bullets in 250 ct boxes...cabelas has 69, 77, and 80 gr. flavors. :)


    click here

    Other than that...you might want to check with the manufacturers directly...depends on what you consider to be buying in bulk... :)


    D
     
  4. OK-gobbler

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    natchez shooters supply <www.natchezss.com>
     
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    I would suggest that you head over to www.nosler.com and then look around. At times there are deals, ie 168 CC for 99 for M. Check the seconds page at the nosler pro shop for seconds! They have had 155 and 168's for good prices, and they shoot just as good as 1st's!
     
  6. GooseGestapo

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    Beaware that Natchez won't ship to addresses in Alabama, Georgia, or Tennessee.

    They have stocking dealer accounts in those states, and have a non-competition policy regarding mail order sales.

    BTDT.

    Before I sent my FFL back when slick willy upped the renewal fee to 500.00 each (had Mfg. and Dealer license's), I dealt with them. After my FFL's expired, they refused to deal with me.
     
  7. Grump

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    I've settled on Noslers in the 250-pack, either mail-order when the special makes shipping OK, or the few times the locals have them.

    There's a new Wal-Mart style outdoors big-box in town (Can't remember the name and its too dark, too far, and too cold to drive by and look) that's too new to be in the local phone book that usually stocks them at $35/box = $14/100.
     
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    I bought 2000 77gr .223 Noslers for $207 shipped via nosler.com. I think they still have the 1000 77gr .223 for $100.
     
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