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Which Bullet company would you hate to lose most?

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  1. Dudedog
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    Just for fun, which one would you miss the most?
    For me the answer is Rocky Mountain Reloading!
    (does not even take 5 seconds of thinking about it)
     
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  2. berettaprofessor

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    Hornady. I'm partial to Berry's plated for handgun plinking but there are others that I couldn't tell the difference likely. But I would miss the Hornady ELD's for rifle.
     
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    Anyone of them because the rest of the companies out there would easily take up the slack.
     
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    The most is xtreme for me.
     
  5. troy fairweather

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    Speer
     
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    Missouri Bullets for me. I've become lazy lately when casting and started buying their powder coated bullets for my Sharps rifle.
     
  7. LiveLife

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    Same here, took me less than a second. :D

    RMR, the maker of "ELEY match grade" jacketed bullets more consistent in weight and dimensions than other jacketed/match grade bullets.
     
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    Missouri Bullet Company and Barnes.
     
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    Zero Bullets for pistol and Berger for riffle
     
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  10. Dudedog
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    :eek: got an extra O in there, don't think I can fix the title....:oops:

    PS: My English teachers used up lots of red pens on me, don't know if they had much success.:evil::D
     
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  11. JO JO

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    Hornady
     
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  12. LiveLife

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    Go to "Thread Tools" on top right of page and select "Edit Title" from the drop down choices
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  13. Targa

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    Probably Montana Bullet Co., Accura bullets would be a close second.
     
  14. troy fairweather

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    I am surprised no one said Sierra yet, used to use them a lot but think they got to pricy.
     
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    Sierra. Used to visit the factory in Sedalia when working in central MO a few times a year. They had back door outlet that sold "seconds" for about 60% of retail. I'd buy my maximum allotment each time. V.P. gave me a nice tour. Not a thing wrong with the seconds other than a little discoloration or a nub of lead to pinch off the tip.
     
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    RMR, Berry’s & Hornady
     
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    Rmr, sierra and hornaday in that order.
     
  18. markr6754

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    Everglades Ammo, Berry’s, Hornady. Had to leave off RMR because I haven’t ordered anything from them yet.
     
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    Thanks Livelife,
    I fixed it, forgot that was there, hard to spot even with my glasses on:eek:
     
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    My RCBS Pro-Melt
     
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    The only cast I run is MBC. So probably that.
    I'm a fan of Hornady. Their marketing is a little extreme for me. But their bullets perform at a low price point.
     
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    Hornady, Speer and Everglades Ammo. All provide good bullets at a good price.
     
  23. DukeConnor

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    RMR for sure.
     
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  24. LiveLife

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    Sadly, join the failing eye sight club. :oops:

    Eye doctor put me on a second eye drop for glaucoma as my left eye's intraocular pressure is not stabilizing (Right eye has) - Yeah, choose your parents carefully. :D
     
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    With all the conventional calibers I've been shooting recently, RMR. Then MBC and for rifles, Hornady. Switched to monolithic GMXs for hunting a couple of years ago and have been impressed with the performance.
     
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