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Zero Jacketed Bullets

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by riverrat373, Aug 5, 2010.

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  1. riverrat373

    riverrat373 Member

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    Has anyone here reloaded with Zero jacketed bullets? I saw them on the Powder Valley website and they are cheap compared to the more well known brands.:D
     
  2. Dynamite Rabbit

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    I've shot thousands of them in .357. They're as good as anything.
     
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    I've shot their .40 and .45 bullets. Excellent and very accurate. I only bought them because they were the cheapest. I don't know what the more expensive bullets have on them, if anything.
     
  5. RustyFN

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    I have shot a lot of them in 9mm and 38 spcl, very happy with them.
     
  6. frankt

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    I have shot 1000's of them in 9mm, .45 and .38
    I always buy them from Roze, good prices and include shipping. They have had a hard time keeping up lately and big delays are normal.
     
  7. floydster

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    Great bullet at great price--cheaper and better then plated.

    Floydster
     
  8. CSA 357

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    i have used them, great bullets
     
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    After reading this thread I decided to order.
    I needed some as I have less than 50 125 gr bullets left.

    So thanks for the heads up!

    And free shipping too!
     
  10. bullseye308

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    I've fired about 15000 of them and they all did just what I wanted then to. If I didn't cast my own I would have shot at least another 15000 by now.
     
  11. Seedtick

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    Yes, I've shot 'em and like 'em.

    I just wish they were easier to find in stock. :banghead:

    ST

    :)
     
  12. rfwobbly

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    Great bullets to shoot. Just don't get addicted to them because they tend not to be available at all times.
     
  13. 1SOW

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    9mm Zero 124 fmj and 125 JHP have been very consistent for me.

    And like rfwobbly said: I have another 3K JHP's on order. They still have the 4-6week warning on the Rose website. I ordered 8 days ago, and I'm hoping to see that UPS guy soon.
     
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    Good to go
     
  15. speedreed

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    I've been shooting their .45ACP. Work fine, good deal.
     
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