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Bullet_man911
01-17-2009, 1:15 PM
45ACP: 1000 for $45
9mm: 1000 for $20
40sw: 1000 for $30
44mag: 1000 for $80
38 spl: 1000 for $50

likewise if you need the loaded ammunition of these calibers, let me know and i will give you price quotes on other calibers including these


I'm L.A. area, private message me

thankyou

it is easier for pick ups, if you need me 2 ship it 2 you, it is taking a little bit more time because i am looking for the best priced shipping option for you guys

nobs11
01-17-2009, 2:18 PM
likewise if you need the loaded ammunition of these calibers, let me know and i will give you price quotes on other calibers including these


What brand ammo?

Hope you are not selling ammo that you reloaded. You cannot do that. If not, I apologize.

foxtrotuniformlima
01-17-2009, 3:05 PM
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SoCal50Lover
01-17-2009, 5:41 PM
I just bought a crap load off my boy here. He was very accomodating to me as well. I believe he has access to many calibers so just tell him what you need.

Bullet_man911
01-18-2009, 10:48 AM
to clarify to everyone..i don't reload in the back of my garage, im an ammo manufacturor using factory machines

Gryff
01-18-2009, 11:00 AM
Do you size your brass all the way down (forgive me if I don't get terminology correct)?

I was buying commercial reloads for IDPA competitions. But when I got a new XD, the reloads wouldn't reliably chamber in neither the new gun's match barrel nor its factory barrel. It looks like the brass is not resized deep enough, so the cases have a very minute hourglass shape to them.

Neither of these barrels have a problem with factory ammo.

So, I'm curious about case cost on 9mm (124gr.) and .45acp (230gr.). I'm in the Bay Area (Zip Code 94546).

Thanks,

Jim

Ground Loop
01-18-2009, 11:49 AM
An interesting post would be how many of each you can fit into a USPS $5 flat-rate Priority Mail shipping box. (Official mode of transport for reloading components.) :)

bohoki
01-18-2009, 12:20 PM
An interesting post would be how many of each you can fit into a USPS $5 flat-rate Priority Mail shipping box. (Official mode of transport for reloading components.) :)

they have a $5 box now?

i only know of the $9 and $13