115 and 124gr. I'm running low. Plated works as well. Thanks.
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I have loaded 1000's of these the past few years. For general plinking, practice, drills, they work fine.
I use a Hornady L-N-L AP with a tube feeding a bullet feed die. This setup is a little selective, regarding bullet diameter variation, but they seem to work good.
I have also had very good luck with RMR jacketed 124 gr., they are very consistent.
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Precision Delta is my "go to" for jacketed.
Fair pricing, if you buy 2K, and free shipping
My favorite as well, for many years now. Plus, when you move up from 1k to >1k, you get a nice price reduction per k, as well as the free shipping.
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+1 on Precision Delta as well. Have used their 380, 9mm 124gr JHP, 9mm 147gr TC, and 9mm 115gr FMJs. Excellent to work with.
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Rocky Mountain Reloading make some of the finest FMJ, both RN and FP, and JHP bullets on the market for the best price. I highly recommend their 124gr FN FMJ Matchwinners.
All their prices include shipping. Their bullets are all made in-house and they usually ship within a couple of days...plus their prices are very competitive with plated bullets.
They were recently chosen by Eley to provide the bullets for their new CF line of ammo
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For plated bullets...I’ve used this company’s plated bullets in .300 BO...the quality seems excellent and price is good...I’m fixing to order some .40 from them. Free shipping is for any amount you order.
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Precision Delta is all I use as well. I buy JHP 9mm for $89 shipped per 1k if you buy 2k or more. Puts it about the same price as plated bullets.
WOW! Have their prices ever gone up!
Then again last time I bought several cases of 9mm/.45 acp had to be five or more years back, maybe more. Good bullets but even in bulk, getting pretty expensive.
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