Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Dudedog, Apr 4, 2020.
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Any of them! I don't even want to think about loosing RMR or Everglades.
Matt's bullets and MBC.
For rifles it would be Sierra, handguns, Missouri Bullet Company.
Acme comes quickly to mind mostly because they're local to me, they have an excellent product and I've had excellent results.
Rmr for pistol and hornady for rifle. Although Nosler does shoot better than hornady for me.
RMR for sure, then Everglades
Sierra for me. I would hate for any of them to close.
That is hard to choose just one. RMR, MBC, and Berry's each has some bullets I would sorely miss.
RMR and Hornady.
Any of them. RMR, Xtreme, and Everglades are my main suppliers. These three all have something that I really like.
Gotta be MBC & Acme
For me it would be SNS Castings. They have a 9mm coated bullet that works in my CZ. I can load it to 1.150 and it passes the "plunk test".
RMR clicked into my mind before I was finished reading the title. Good people and good service fast cheap shipping.
Missouri Bullet Company for lead/coated handgun bullets. Sierra for rifle bullets.
I cast my own
Already lost mine - Rainier. No more copper plated bullets for reloading 32 H&R or 327 Federal.
Polycoated lead just isn't the same.
Who else makes the ultra high SD RNSP bullets I like for hunting big game with classic cartridges?
I don't really have the time of day for plastic-tipped wonder bullets.
Berry's has a 71 gr. 32 cal, 1000/$69.74. They use to carry a 32 cal. wadcutter.
That’s what I have started using. Been using load data I found in a Lyman manual for 75 grain lead. Got to use very small powder charges to keep the velocity down to maintain some degree of accuracy.
I can't choose just 1 company. I order mostly RMR bullets, Missouri Bullets and Sierra bullets.
Sierra. Their manual is my favorite manual.
Then Hornady, for the same reason.
With careful, painstaking workups that involve way more time and effort than a normal, organized man would spend, I can make both those brands shoot better than I can.
So it came down the manuals. I like Sierra's format and I like the ballistics tables in the back of the Hornady manuals.
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