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Precision delta. I've shot many, many of their 147 grain reman.
"Make it a shooting, and not a gunfight" LSP552 02/19/2011
From 2000-2006? We used Ultramax reman in several calibers with no issues.
Not minority enough!
I typically buy from SGammo.com and mostly shoot steel cased ammo.
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I used to shoot a LOT of Georgia Arms stuff, but no more: their prices have gone up to the point that they are no longer competitive.
A mind is a terrible thing.
Me too. Plus I had a GA squib in .38 snub.
Just about as cheap for new ammo from Palmetto Arms or SGAmmo.
Dances with Crabgrass
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Bulk ammo for me is 1000 round cases of the cheapest retail ammo. Lately I have been buying a lot of Sellier & Beloit.
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I buy factory ammo in bulk quantities, but I don't buy remanufactured ammo any more.
I did back in the "bad old days" of 2008ish, when remanufactured 9mm and .223 was the only stuff I could find at a reasonable price, and my ammo stockpile wasn't nearly as deep as it should have been, having been spoiled by being able to walk into Walmart and buy several 100 WWB packs for a few bucks apiece whenever I wanted up until that point.
IIRC it was Freedom Munitions?
Nowadays, I have plenty of quality factory ammo to shoot, and make sure to have enough socked away to keep me shooting through the next ammo drought without resorting to remanufactured ammo.
I used to buy and used a lot of remanufactured ammo from Freedom Munitions in Idaho. Never 1 problem. 9mm, 380acp,45 ACP,10mm... Only used for target ammo.
That was back when ammo was scarce. (and now it is scarce again but I am well stocked). Now I only buy new ammo as the price differential became insignificant. I always bought in bulk either way. A case of reman or new is still bulk.
West German Sig P220, P6, P226, BDA
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