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Too high of a price for Barry's?

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by MadOtis, Jul 20, 2013.

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  1. MadOtis

    MadOtis Member

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    Being new to the scene, I'm not entirely sure about prices for most supplies. I came across a range today that had a moderate amount of reloading supplies and found a few boxes of berry's plated .40cal bullets. Is $149 for 1k or these bullets too high of a price, or is it about average?
     
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    If that price includes shipping and no tax,I'd say about average. I've seen recent prices a bit lower,but not by much.


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  4. MadOtis

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    They are in a brick-and-mortar store, so... tax, but no shipping. So, add about $9 making them about $158
     
  5. bds

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    As Walkalong posted, Powder Valley has Berry's plated bullets in stock. Even with shipping charges added, their prices are not bad. If you buy enough, shipping charges become less of an issue - http://www.powdervalleyinc.com/

    - BERRYS .40/10MM (.401") 155 GR HPFP 1000 / $103.27
    - BERRYS .40/10MM (.401") 155 GR HBRN 1000 / $106.85
    - BERRYS .40/10MM (.401") 165 GR FP 1000 / $105.71
    - BERRYS .40/10MM (.401") 180 GR FP 1000 / $106.12
    - BERRYS .40/10MM (.401") 180 GR RS 1000 / $106.12

    Also, TJ Conevera has X-Treme plated bullets with free shipping:

    - X-Treme 40/10 (.400") 155 gr RNFP 1000 / $107
    - X-Treme 40/10 (.400") 165 gr RNFP 1000 / $107
    - X-Treme 40/10 (.400") 180 gr RNFP 1000 / $117
    - X-Treme 40/10 (.400") 180 gr HP 1000 / $129
     
  6. HOOfan_1

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    How does one find out shipping at Powder Valley? I was thinking about getting some of their Berry's but I went almost all the way through with ordering and never saw a quote for shipping.
     
  7. Walkalong

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    Yea, I wish they did it differently, but their shipping has always been reasonably when I have ordered from them.
     
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    Their shipping info is at the bottom of the homepage.

     
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    hmm if they will do 1000 .40 S&W for $14, their price is still better than direct from Berry's at their current price, which has gone up a tad.
     
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    With the price of Berry's going up I have switched to XTreme for my .40s&w. Order direct from XTreme, and the prices shown are shipped prices. I was buying Berry's .401" RSFP last year for $112/k to my door.
     
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    You can also check www.twoalphasupply.com for bullets in stock. Decent prices, and good customer service. I found them when buying some bullets on GB (had to have them NOW! )
     
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