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Old 12-14-2013, 12:54 AM
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So, recently I have been looking into reloading my own ammo; but was a little more expensive to start up than I thought. My question is, can some one point me in the direction of some cheap bulk .45 acp ammo that still performs ok at? I am tired of getting ripped off buying from large corporations.
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Old 12-14-2013, 12:57 AM
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http://www.freedommunitions.com/45-A...230r-b0500.htm
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Ammoseek.com

That's where I look for bulk ammo.
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Old 12-14-2013, 7:16 AM
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Bulletman from here. Bought thousands from him. Gteat ammo and great guy, too.
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IF you're not going to reload

http://www.gunbot.net/go/100284 Wolf Steel Case ammo

IF you want to by someone else's reloads

http://www.gunbot.net/go/75658

IF you want to buy ammo that you might want to reload in the future

http://www.gunbot.net/go/49322 Armscor Made in the USA New ammo
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So, recently I have been looking into reloading my own ammo; but was a little more expensive to start up than I thought. My question is, can some one point me in the direction of some cheap bulk .45 acp ammo that still performs ok at? I am tired of getting ripped off buying from large corporations.
Have you tried a reloading calculator how much rounds to off set a reloading press cost?

Mine was 10k (XL650). That press has run me about 50k of quality reloaded ammo a year ago. Paid itself 5x. Then i bought a 1050=)=)=)
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I am reloading .45 ACP for .13 per round. Beats the .40 to .45 per round that everyone is charging for factory ammo.
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That was the right answer given your question, but you really can save quite a bit reloading. I'm at about 19 cents/round and I suppose I could get it under 10 if I started casting .45 (I actually cast for .45 Colt but not ACP).

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I am reloading .45 ACP for .13 per round. Beats the .40 to .45 per round that everyone is charging for factory ammo.
i need to figure out how to do this......
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I also need to figure this out eventually. I need to find time first though I barely hit the range (well, I try to hit it once a week).
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