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Zero Bullets

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by LBEE, Aug 23, 2011.

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  1. LBEE

    LBEE Member

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    Has anyone tried Zero Bullets, If so what is your opinion of them? I just heard about them & would like to try some for my 45acp.:)
     
  2. ustate

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    I've had good results using Zero's bullets. Buy some, I'm sure you'll like them.
     
  3. ReloaderFred

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    They've been around for a long time. They're good bullets and generally reasonably priced.

    Hope this helps.

    Fred
     
  4. IlikeSA

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    The PD I worked for used them as their practice ammo. I have no complaints about them.
     
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    Good stuff, but almost impossible to find.
    Seems every time I want to order they're out of stock.

    So, good luck finding them.
     
  6. mahansm

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    Might also try Montana Gold; however only sold in case (65 lbs or so) or 1000 quantities.
    A case of 115 grain 9mm is 4000 bullets for $298, delivered via USPS.
    I've ordered .380, 9mm, .40, and .45 ACP. The lady at the post office brought the cart to the door so I could load them into the van.
    <https://secure.mooseweb.com/montanagoldbullet.com/pricelist.tpl>
     
  7. FROGO207

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    I have used the Zero bullets in the 38/357 with great results and reasonable priced as well. You will like them I am sure.
     
  8. Walkalong

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    Yep. Never hear anything but good about them. I have had excellent results with them in 9MM, .38 Super, .38 Spl, .40, & .45ACP.
     
  9. forty5

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    They make very good bullets at a reasonable price. You just have to be lucky to find them in stock.
     
  10. Olympus

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    I ordered some 180gr FMJs for my 10mm from Powder Valley and I really like them so far.
     
  11. raddiver

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    same as walkalong. Ive used them in 38spl, 9mm and 45.
    I will say though that i had some issues with the 45 JHP. I could not load them for my Ruger SR1911 because the OAL came out too short. But he FMJ's work just fine.
     
  12. 1SOW

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    The Zero 9mm 125jhp is my first choice for 9mm.
    They rotate through making the bullets they manufacture. So when when your favorite bullets are manufactured based on demand, they start on the next size/caliber bullet, then the next, etc until they get back to your favorite. They supply the below retailers and more.

    It's frustrating if you don't order enough to last through their manufacturing cycle..

    Roze distribution
    http://shootersconnectionstore.com/
    Powder Valley
    et al
     
  13. ColtPythonElite

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    I've shot a few thousand of their .38 cal 125 gr JHP's and like 'em. I currently have 1k of their 125 gr JSP's, but haven't loaded any.

    I also have 1500 125 gr Montana Golds I bought, but haven't loaded any of them either.
     
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