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Which Bullet company would you hate to lose most?

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Dudedog, Apr 4, 2020.

  1. KandBA

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    Any of them! I don't even want to think about loosing RMR or Everglades.
     
  2. IlikeSA

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    Matt's bullets and MBC.
     
  3. doubleh

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    For rifles it would be Sierra, handguns, Missouri Bullet Company.
     
  4. Wishoot

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    Acme comes quickly to mind mostly because they're local to me, they have an excellent product and I've had excellent results.
     
  5. Axis II

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    Rmr for pistol and hornady for rifle. Although Nosler does shoot better than hornady for me.
     
  6. bbqreloader
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    RMR for sure, then Everglades
     
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  7. lightman

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    Sierra for me. I would hate for any of them to close.
     
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  8. kcofohio
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    That is hard to choose just one. RMR, MBC, and Berry's each has some bullets I would sorely miss.
     
  9. Trey Veston

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    RMR and Hornady.
     
  10. tightgroup tiger

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    Any of them. RMR, Xtreme, and Everglades are my main suppliers. These three all have something that I really like.
     
  11. Nature Boy
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  12. 45 long

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    Gotta be MBC & Acme
     
  13. hotshot357

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    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".
     
  14. Waterboy3313

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    RMR clicked into my mind before I was finished reading the title. Good people and good service fast cheap shipping.
     
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  15. Patocazador

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    Same here.
     
  16. Edcnh
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    Missouri Bullet Company for lead/coated handgun bullets. Sierra for rifle bullets.
     
  17. Hondo 60
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    Me! :eek:

    I cast my own
     
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  18. Zendude

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    Already lost mine - Rainier. No more copper plated bullets for reloading 32 H&R or 327 Federal. :(
    Polycoated lead just isn't the same.
     
  19. .455_Hunter

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    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.
     
  20. kcofohio
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    Berry's has a 71 gr. 32 cal, 1000/$69.74. They use to carry a 32 cal. wadcutter.
     
  21. Zendude

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    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.
     
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  22. ArchAngelCD

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    I can't choose just 1 company. I order mostly RMR bullets, Missouri Bullets and Sierra bullets.
     
  23. Jammersix

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    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.
     
  24. red rick

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    .22 CCI , rifle Hornady , pistol MBC , shotgun Federal
     
  25. 25-20 WCF

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    Spornia.


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