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Xtreme Plated Bullets

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by dnmccoy, Oct 13, 2011.

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  1. dnmccoy

    dnmccoy Member

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    Anybody have any experience with The Xtreme Plated bullets? They seem to be slightly cheaper than Berrys. Looking for 9mm,38 and 30 carb. Thanks!
     
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    They're good bullets, heavier plating than Berry's so you can load closer to a full FMJ load. I've not had any feeding issues in my Glocks & M&Ps.

    No experience with the rifle ones, however.

    AFAIK, they have many happy customers. I usually get them from Conevera's @ http://tjconevera.com/
     
  3. biga972

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    This is all I shoot in my 380,9,40,45 and have had very good luck with them.


    If the 30 cal is like there .224 then they should be good also.
     
  4. dnmccoy

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    I was looking at the TJ Conevera site to buy them from, seems like a good price. Thanks for the help
     
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    Bought some 200 gr RN for 45 acp from rmrbullets.com (longdayjake)
    They've been just fine.
    No problems & accuracy is just fine.
     
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    It would be nice if someone made a 180-185gr plated .357" bullet.
     
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    Just finished a review of a S&W 1911 most of the rounds fired in this weapon has been reloads with extreme bullets. You can see the accuracy for yourself here.

    S&W1911 review accuracy
     
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    I bought a box of 115gr 9mm and I liked them. I normally reload 124gr, but the price was right.

    For what it's worth I typically use Berry's, Rainier, or Zero based on what I can source for the best price.
     
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    I've reloaded Xtreme 40S&W 155 gr bullets with Bullseye. Works great.
     
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    They sure do. I actually load those with 2400 at magnum levels with no problems.

    hehe... that website's Starline "cartridges" seem to be missing bullets, powder & primers. :D
     
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    I've been using X-treme bullets in all three of those calibers for a few years now. Love 'em. The price is good and includes shipping. The only down side is that you can't order on-line, you have to call their 800 number.
     
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    I'm currently working on a 1000 count box of 115 gr x-treme plated bullets and I really like'em. I'll definitely buy more when I need too. I got mine from tjconevera, $79/1000 shipped.
     
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