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I did a search, and also read the thread at the top of the Reloading forum of best online purchases, but there is not much of anything more current.
I will reload 9mm and 45ACP as well as 44 Mag & Special and 45 Colt. Also some 243, 270 & 30.06, maybe some 223.
Who do we like for Online purchases?
Thanks in advance.
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When they had stock to ship/ sell, I liked Midsouth Shooters.
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If you like plated for handguns, use Berry's or X-Treme.
For the rifle, it depends on what you want to use it for: Hunting, plinking, varmint hunting, long range target shooting, etc.
I've used Precision Delta in 9 and 45, RMR Bullets in 9, and Killough Shooting Spors in 9, aside from Hornady bullets. All good with the Hornady and Killough Shooting Sports being the nicest.
Midway is good when they have a sale and their free shipping deal.
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If you shoot a lot of 9mm RMR is real hard to beat.Good people!
I jump around some, see what’s on sale. I just did another order with Midway, saw some reasonably priced plated 45 acp bullets.
Another thing I do is load the cheap gullets for the vast majority of my shooting(common sense). That’s usually plated, FMJ, or lead. Even when it comes to hunting, placement ‘trumps’ relatively minor bullet differences.
I ordered from Xtreme bullets a few months ago. One may have to cast a wider net to find the type in stock & ready to ship. Recently I started loading the 444 Marlin. I found cases, dies & the rest, but it took some looking.
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I use Montana Gold for my 44 and 45 ACP, and Rimrock Bullets for 45LC and 45-70s.
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I have had good luck with Brass and Bullet Hub.
I buy 9, 40, 357 pistol bullets from SNS Casting. I've also bought Missouri Bullet, and Berry's. For .223 I usually shop around on Midway or Midsouth Shooters Supply.
I have made a few bullet purchases for bullets from Midway ... and with the "Honey" app thang have gotten at least a 10% discount. At least it covered my shipping or tax.
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Everglades ammo and they always have free shipping.
Depends what your end-goal is. For bulk loading and shooting, I use coated cast lead, becasue it leaves the barrels clean, it's inexpensive, and I can shoot a lot of it for less money.
Blue Bullets, and Bayou have worked well.
Black Bullets International. Just picked up 10k, 147gr 9mm projectiles 2 weeks ago.
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I found an interesting seller from an internet search, Matt's Bullets dot com. Prices seem reasonable. Anyone use them before? I think I'll make a purchase from them very soon.
LINK to Mattsbullets
Don't know these people, don't know what you are ordering but, just a fast check.
45 colt 260 gr swc $22.00 a hundred 104.50 for 500
45 colt 255 gr swc $14.00 a hundred,(and they're coated) $56.00 for 400
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I've uses RMR for 9mm bullets. Delivery was reasonable even during the height of the lockdown. I haven't shot a lot of them yet, but the ones I've shot have performed well.
On the flip side, I ordered some .45-70 bullets from a place called Beartooth Bullets back in mid-March and haven't heard a peep from them since.
Rim Rock Bullets for cast lead.
Roze Distribution if you like Zero bullets.
I purchased from him about a year or so ago, the 45 270 SAA for a 45 colt. Good product and easy to deal with, would recommend again!
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