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Zero Brand Bullets?

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by steve4102, Dec 4, 2012.

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  1. steve4102

    steve4102 Member

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    Are these guys out of business? Rose Distribution's and Zero's web sites are gone and everyone is out of stock.
     
  2. Dave P

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    I hope not - they are good bullets.
     
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    I hope not as well, and cannot see how a bullet maker could go out of business in the last 5 years short of very poor management.

    I think they are still just behind.
     
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    Both the sites are up now. It does say they are very busy and backlogged about 6 weeks.
     
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    And now comes the run on Precision Delta...
     
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    longdayjake would be the one to ask on this.

    HE gets a lot of bullets from Zero.
     
  7. CZ57

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    steve4102, maybe you had a problem searching ROSE instead of ROZE. I was just at their site yesterday so I don't think it was down. In any case Zero bullets are excellent. I use the 230 gr. JHP in .45 ACP as well as the 125 gr. JHP in 9mm. As it states at the website, they are quite a few weeks behind. ;)
     
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    I buy tons of them for my 9MM and 357. They all are excellent bullets for a really reasonable cost. Shush ---Don't tell the masses, or I will have to wait even longer for my orders to ship.:eek:
     
  9. ColtPythonElite

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    Zero are good stuff. I shot thousands of .357 125gr JHPs....Then, I discovered Montana Gold.
     
  10. steve4102

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    No, I have them in my favorites. That came up , "Can't be found" so I did the Google, came up the same. Then I went to Zero"s web site and that was also "Not to be found"

    I usually don't think twice about a site that is down as it happens all the time. But when both Roze and Zero were both not available, then I got worried.

    As a positive they are both up and running now and I was worried for nothing, sorry.
     
  11. Mauser lover

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    Nice! These bullets look pretty good, will have to look into them some more. Thanks for telling me about them. Don't worry, I won't tell anybody that is part of the masses...
     
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    I recently recieved 4K 9mm Zero's and have been addicted to them for comp. Back-up is MG.

    Oh, I didn't say that. THEY ARE AWFUL BULLETS, DON"T ORDER ANY.
    Their production is limited, so they rotate calibers they make, several times a year.
    There is a period of months that 124/125gr 9mm Zeros are NOT being manufactured and can't be found anywhere. March through a couple months ago as one example for my favorite.
     
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    I used to buy a lot of zero's bullets and resell them but they really jacked up their prices for dealers so that they are only a couple dollars less than their retail prices. I sold tons of them and everyone seemed to like them quite a bit.
     
  15. traderpats

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    Yup, good bullets. Been buying them for years and used that brand for my "stash" bullets. Simply a good jacketed product for the price....
     
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    I have received 5,000 230 grain FMJ from Zero (Roze) over the last week. They shipped the day after I placed the orders. 2,000 in the first order, 3,000 in the second.

    They come back in stock pretty frequently from what I have seen.

    I only wish I had found out about them sooner. I also use Precision Delta, but they have raised their price $20 per thousand in less than a year. If not for that I probably wouldn't have found Zero in the first place.
     
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    Just curious how In many forums you posted this question? They had stock yesterday afternoon and much more today.
     
  18. just for fun

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    Amen to Montana Gold, brother. Worth every penny!
     
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    Another "thumbs up" for ZERO BULLETS"; as I have used thousands over the
    years, and they are only 'bout 60 miles from my 10-20~! :cool: :D ;)
     
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