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Old 05-09-2013, 10:01 AM
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Default Anyone in San Diego area who loads for competitors?

I do not have the space or personal inclination to reload for myself, first off. Secondly I have been shooting some friend's loads tailored for the same gun as mine, G34 and I really can notice the difference.

So is there anyone in the San Diego area who makes ammo for competitors? I'm interested in a 9mm, 147grn that will make the 125pf for SSP in IDPA.

I tried Atlanta Arms but they are not taking new customers for a while....

Thanks for the help!
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Old 05-09-2013, 5:55 PM
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Try Redline Ballistics in San Diego. Or start shooting USPSA at Pala and see if any of those shooters will reload for you
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Old 05-09-2013, 7:20 PM
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Work it out with your friend to have him reload for you or for you to man up and reload for yourself by borrowing time on his equipment.

Honestly, unless this is a friend that is more family than friend (same goes for acquaintance shooters), I don't think it is a good idea for someone else (non-insured individual) to load for you. Beg, borrow, time on someone else's equipment at best.
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Old 05-10-2013, 11:46 AM
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Manufacturing ammunition for sale requires an Federal license, a retail license from the Francise Tax Board in CA.
I, in my early days of shooting (no it wasn't with flintlocks...lol) I gave a friend some of my reloaded ammo. He had a squib with my ammo, didn't realize it and fired another round with the barrel obstructed....he wanted me to buy him another barrel. I ruined the friendship.
I agree with borrowing time on someone else's reloading press and reloading with your own conponents. Get your pal's reloading data for the ammo you like and "roll your own".
As petty as it seems, don't ask someone to do something illegal because you're to lazy or too time challenged to reload your own ammo.
Plenty of retailers in San Diego that sell reloaded ammo. Call and request a custom loading, but I'm sure it won't be cheap. PM me and I'll give you info for a remanufacture in Santee that may do a custom loading.
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Try this guy........ We share the same last name but aren't related.... He's not in the SD area, but shipping cant cost much more than the gas needed to run around for drop-off and pick-up........http://dcammo.com/ ...Tell him his cuz'n Dan sent you..!!!

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Old 05-13-2013, 8:45 AM
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Thank you for the help. I am not looking to ask anyone to do anything illegal. I was looking for the west coast equivalent of atlanta arms.
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