of the Twilight Zone
Who do you buy from?
LAX Ammunition for the more expensive calibers has been fine. (44 special and 44mag). I wait for sales and free shipping.
of the Twilight Zone
I read an article recently that made a distinction between "reloaded" and "remanufactured" ammunition. Admittedly it categorized "reloaded" in terms of lower bulk and perhaps not as high quality of preparation.
I used to buy from Georgia Arms and had not problems with their "Canned Heat".
I'm not sure this is an industry distinction.
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When I buy "bulk" ammo, I get it from the cheapest source I can get. The ammo must be reliable (Federal Blazer, WW white box, etc.). I reload, so when I need replenishment brass, I buy bulk!
I have shot remanufactured from Georgia Arms without any issues - 9mm and 45ACP.
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oojima in this house!
Federal AE 124 grain 9mm.
Winchester 62 Grain Open tip 556.
Sgammo isusually a good place to start.
TCB all the time...
|Old Air Cavalryman|
Same here. Plus a crap-ton of .357 SIG.
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I used to shoot Georgia Arms until they raised their prices, and stopped attending my local gunshow. I now buy from North Georgia Reloading, who always bring a crap-ton of ammo to the Orlando show, and have pretty good pricing. For stuff that they don't carry, I either buy factory ammo online, or purchase from Space Coast Bullets, who also has a lines of new, and factory reloaded ammo.
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coffee, and sarcasm.
Those aren't necessarily synonymous. You can buy new ammo in bulk, i.e., a case (or more) at a time. As for the specific question of "remanufactured" ammo, IMO this is a euphemism for "reloaded," and besides not liking my intelligence insulted, I prefer to shoot new. If you shop around, the cost saving isn't that great.
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i buy bulk remanufactured. probably somewhere around 50K rounds now over the years. Always geogia arms
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+1 At the current prices it doesnt make sense to save 10 bucks per thousand (if that!)
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