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I'm looking to get some of each, the Fusion MSR for my AR15 and some Sig brand 180gr FMJ 10mm.




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Posts: 6310 | Location: West | Registered: November 26, 2002Report This Post
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For Fusion MSR .223 62 grain (Load # F223MSR1), $17.38 is the cheapest I could find from a retailer that I recognize:

https://www.budsgunshop.com/ca...hp/products_id/85766

(There are a couple places with it for a few cents cheaper, but I've never heard of them and their websites seem kinda hinky.)


However, Fusion rounds use Gold Dot bullet design, and you can get Gold Dot 64 grain .223 for $11.99 at Palmetto State Armory:

http://palmettostatearmory.com...ion-20rds-24448.html

I'd recommend stocking up on that instead.
 
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PSA has the best price on Fusion (sale, when in stock) and Gold Dot in .223 that I have ever seen. I'd buy the cheaper gold dot and sleep well at night.


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Cabelas has the Sig 10mm on sale for $24 a box of 50.
$5 shipping over $99
http://www.cabelas.com/product...roducts&Ntt=sig+10mm

Best price I have seen by $1. Local shop usually has a bit for $24.99.
It is my 220s favorite ammo.


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PSA has the best price on Fusion (sale, when in stock) and Gold Dot in .223 that I have ever seen. I'd buy the cheaper gold dot and sleep well at night.


What does it usually go for when PSA has it on sale? It's about $21 plus shipping now and I'm not sure that's going to get any better in the climate we are in.
 
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PSA has had Fusion .223 on sale for ~$15 per 20 round box in the past year.

So the Gold Dots are not only cheaper, but they're also currently available at that sale price.
 
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I didn't realize the Gold Dots were on sale at the $12.99 price. It looks like the 64 and 75GR are the same price.
 
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I didn't realize the Gold Dots were on sale at the $12.99 price. It looks like the 64 and 75GR are the same price.


Yes, they normally sell for closer to $20 per box.

PSA had the Gold Dots for even cheaper a few months ago. (As discussed here: http://sigforum.com/eve/forums...3106699/m/3310064993 ) They used to be $9.99 per 20, but the price has crept up by another dollar every few weeks for the past couple months.

The 55 grain Gold Dots are still $9.99 at PSA, though.
 
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I'm going to grab a few. Do you have a preference between the 75 and 64 grain?
 
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Personally, I stock 64 grain.

But 75 grain is also a good choice, provided your twist rate is fast enough to stabilize the heavier projectile. (Preferably 1:8 or 1:7.)

The 75 grain performs well in testing, and offers better long-range performance, but has only been out for about 1.5 years. So it doesn't have the track record of the more popular and well-established 55 or 64 grain Gold Dots. (And personally, I don't need the long range advantages.)
 
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I know a guy that hunts deer with the 75 grain gold dot. I think he used buffalo bore before. Anyhow he really likes it. W don't my have big deer down here but he says it works really well.


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