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  • #16
    Mosatly cheaper then dirt. But also make my own for my 45-70 sharp.

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    • #17
      cabellas 525 rounds for 16.99 cant beat it around here
      fixed blades: rather have one and not need it than need it and not have it!

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      • #18
        Originally posted by ctdcb18b View Post
        cabellas 525 rounds for 16.99 cant beat it around here
        If you are looking for 22lr, I have bought here before. They are out of stock mor than in stock, but I kept checking and when they had it I bought 3 cases. should last a while.

        https://www.shopdunns.com/products/2...r_plated_case/

        Will
        CITIZEN by BIRTH
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        • #19
          I just got an add from Wiedner's for my christmas stocking stuffers:

          223 75 gr BTHP @ $0.115 each
          http://www.wideners.com/itemdetail.c...%7c1081%7c1159

          and 357 125 gr JHP @ $0.068 each
          http://www.wideners.com/itemdetail.cfm?item_id=1032

          Will
          CITIZEN by BIRTH
          AMERICAN by CHOICE
          NRA PATRON MEMBER by NECESSITY

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          • #20
            I always go to Cabelas but every next month I find it with different price, Sometime I found some savings through using coupons from Cabelas at here but mostly buy it at regular price, I never found these sort of deals on the site of Cabelas, so one has to vigilant while buying frugally from Cabelas.

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            • #21
              I bought most of my J bullets many years ago when you could buy in bulk and on the cheap,I vary rarely ever shoot J bullet these days.

              Other than just a few boxes per caliber loaded up for the purpose of having some on hand,the rest just stay in there boxes. I mostly shoot cast lead bullets for everything from subsonic plinking to high velocity hunting loads.

              For the purposes and ranges I shoot at 300 yds. or less there is just no need for commercial jacketed bullets.

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              • #22
                I generally check Natchez Shooters Supply, then Midway USA and then Cabelas, in that order, depending on what is in or out of stock. Seldom but sometimes buy at Gun Shows.

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                • #23
                  I buy mostly off the shelf Sierra heads but for specialty stuff like non lead heads for hunting I buy from www.peregrinemonolithics.com. Now those of you who look at peregine you going to say "ow!" thems pricey. How ever if you want match grade performance for hunting unlike the preloaded non lead off the shelf then peergine the way to go.

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                  • #24
                    I'm Canadian so budget shooting supply gets most of my business. But a friend does estate sales and gets business when its right up my alley, like this. 1000 LAPUA 6.5mm 400 123 grain 600 139 grain. The buy also included 600 approx 77 grain .224 bullets I can't use (rifle twist is wrong) any canadian willing to offer?




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                    Last edited by Armyjimbo; 03-05-2022, 12:02 AM.

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                    • #25
                      Those 77 grain bullets go really nicely for the Bison 5.56mm bolt action rifle that I got replace my AR because of the OIC. PM coming. Great score on the 6.5mm. For the past 20 years or so I have only bought factory ammo in .22 LR or 12 gauge, of the other calibers I own, I reload.

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by Garand View Post
                        Those 77 grain bullets go really nicely for the Bison 5.56mm bolt action rifle that I got replace my AR because of the OIC. PM coming. Great score on the 6.5mm. For the past 20 years or so I have only bought factory ammo in .22 LR or 12 gauge, of the other calibers I own, I reload.
                        Yes I agree on the great score! Those 2 calibers are the only ones i usually buy but I'll be grabbing a bx of 9mm factory to match up for a SIG 226, as I know of where i can get my hands on a RONI adapter for it! carbine sweetness, it's a gen 1 but if it works.....

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                        • #27
                          I've shot a friend's (ex 3PPCLI/Airborne) P226 on a couple of occasions but having smaller hands it just doesn't feel comfortable in my hands where a Browning 9mm or a 1911 does. As for the 6.5x 55mm I have 2 Mauser M1896's, 1 for cast bullet use and a sporterized one with a scope for jacketed bullets.

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                          • #28
                            Another score from https://budgetshootersupply.ca/ ordered some 69 grain .224 on monday 14 recieved on thursday 17.
                            Last edited by Armyjimbo; 03-18-2022, 01:30 AM.

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