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I don't know if very many reloaders know about SPS. It's the blemished outlet for Nosler. I primarily buy my 30 caliber stuff from them so I can load match 308 for testing customer rifles instead of spending money on factory FGMM.

https://www.shootersproshop.com/

A couple of years ago I purchased 1,000 168 grain Custom Comps for $19 a box. So after shipping it was $200 for 1,000 168 blems. I finally ran out of the blems this week and bought ten 100 count boxes of 168 grain RDF match blems for $27 a box. They had a promotional that if you spent more than $150, shipping is free, so I saved on that. I couldn't beat that deal even with my Graf's dealer account for regular un-blem RDF's which are $40 a box or even standard Custom Comps which are $300 for a case of 1,000.

They have some good 223 match bullets available now and some cheap 10mm bullets as well. It's worth a look to keep you shooting while the pickin's are slim. Sign up for their e-flyer. I get notifications every couple of days about what's in stock.

Tony.


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Thanks for the link.
Did not know about them.

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Been buying from them for years!!!!


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Just took a look, slim pickens.
 
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Another thanks for the link, benny. Very much appreciate the information.




 
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Midway occasionally markets blems, i bought some 230 grn white tipped 338 bullets that shot well, probably Nosler Accutips!
 
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I too have been buying from SPS for years and have never had any issue with anything from them. It pays to check the site often as things come and go quickly. They are great to do business with.



 
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Thanks for the link.


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NO!!! TERRIBLE COMPANY, TERRIBLE BULLETS!

No one should ever buy them, none of you. Bad! Bad! And you should never mention this company of posts links to their site anywhere ever again. Big Grin



(They did send my bullets to the wrong address once, wrong street, wrong town. But it wasn't their fault, it's a UPS thing because it's happened with other companies as well. Odd thing is, it's only happened with bullets and ammunition.)


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Originally posted by cas:
NO!!! ... TERRIBLE BULLETS!

Responding in jest, I realize.

But I feel Nosler's factory "match grade" .223 ammo is a bottom-feeder, compared to the other big names in loading.

Nosier Match grade ammo , opinions please
 
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