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vanice bullets

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by badbowtie, Apr 1, 2007.

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  1. badbowtie

    badbowtie Member

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    Today I want to the local indoor shooting range to try the first 10 rounds I loaded for my 38 it was to cool no problems at all shot great. Know I can go back the the press and keep on loading. But when I was their I wanted to see what bullets they had. They were in white boxes that had 500 bullets in each box they were called vance bullets Are they any good the price was really good for them. Thanks
     
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    Also I have located some real good deals on cast bullets are they perfectly safe to load too.
     
  3. Zippy06

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    Depends on the hardness. And lube.
    My Glock and Smith like Vance bullets. I saw them one time. Bought a box of 9mm and .357. :D
    Where did you find them?
     
  4. badbowtie

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    I found the vance bullets at my local gun shop called target world.
    I also found cast bullets on ebay for even a better deal. Which ones are better.
     
  5. Daniel964

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    Theirs a guy at the PRO gun shows that sells vance bullets. I just bought 2,000 .38/.357 for $22.00 per 500.
     
  6. badbowtie

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    that is the same price i can get them for.
     
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