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Anybody have a tip?

ANY weight from 110 on up.

NOT plated. Just jacketed.

Thanks!


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Usually the 147 gr FMJ's followed by bulk Hornady 150 SP or some of the Privi bulk buys.
 
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I'm hoping for something even cheaper.


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Check here...$195 per K for 147 grain...

https://rmrbullets.com/shop/bu...-new/?v=7516fd43adaa

Also check out Wideners prices on bulk...they are showing General Dynamics .308 Diameter Bullets - 147 Grain FMJ - 500 Count for $79.95...

https://www.wideners.com/reloa...-bullets/308-bullets


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Originally posted by Bisleyblackhawk:
Check here...$195 per K for 147 grain...

https://rmrbullets.com/shop/bu...-new/?v=7516fd43adaa

Also check out Wideners prices on bulk...they are showing General Dynamics .308 Diameter Bullets - 147 Grain FMJ - 500 Count for $79.95...

https://www.wideners.com/reloa...-bullets/308-bullets

I have about 3k of those GD bullets loaded, and have fired off at least 7k in the past 5 years. They are great in a semi auto, and with a 1.5MOA red dot on a 6x scope, I was keeping everything on a 20" round steel plate at 475 yards. And that was from one of them inaccurate FDE Scar's too.




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$160 per 1K at Wideners
147gr General Dynamics .308

Edit: same link that Bisley mentioned above.



pardon any typos...fat fingers and smart phones don't always play well together
 
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I used to buy and sell Hornady LNL’s when they were giving away 1000 bullets for the UPC on the back of the box.

I was getting them at dealer cost and selling them a little cheaper than most stores were new, in an unopened box.

Still feeding my belt fed 308, 150 grain JSP’s.
 
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