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I can not believe the prices, and from what I hear they are a good target load. Is it true that? I mean $52 for 500 147 gr bullets shipped is really cheap. Is this a scam? are these bullets any good? and Is there anything comparable?

BTW tried my first batch of 50 this weekend with Speers. All my concerns have gone away with reloading.

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I like SNS Casting. Their 147s are $38/500 ($46.45 with shipping and taxes) and there is a 5% discount code floating around.

https://www.snscasting.com/9mm-1/

I've had no issues at all with them and I've been through a few thousand in the past few years.


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I can not believe the prices, and from what I hear they are a good target load. Is it true that? I mean $52 for 500 147 gr bullets shipped is really cheap. Is this a scam? are these bullets any good? and Is there anything comparable?

BTW tried my first batch of 50 this weekend with Speers. All my concerns have gone away with reloading.

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I like SNS Casting. Their 147s are $38/500 ($46.45 with shipping and taxes) and there is a 5% discount code floating around.

https://www.snscasting.com/9mm-1/

I've had no issues at all with them and I've been through a few thousand in the past few years.
Lol those are red, anyone make white ones? Haven't considered that yet!
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red > blue lol


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I cast and powder coat my own in red, white AND blue . All for .06/round for 9mm ready to shoot.


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Eggleston Munitions had red, white and blue combo packs for last years 4th of July sale. They are going through an ownership change..... phoooey. Not taking orders at the moment.
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ACME in bulk..big bulk...like 6000 to 12000 bulk.
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Blues work great, Black Bullet International are good too, I have not used SNS yet, but would like to try them. For a bit more, buy some Precision Delta 125 JHP’s, more accurate than Blue, or BBI in my experience...
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Been buying from Everglades for years. Good prices, fast delivery.
https://www.evergladesammo.com/
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Eggleston Munitions had red, white and blue combo packs for last years 4th of July sale. They are going through an ownership change..... phoooey. Not taking orders at the moment.
Eggleston 147 grain and 124 grain won't chamber in my CZs. There is something about the shape that keeps the cartridge from going all the way in. 115 grain works, though.

Bayou Bullets has been working great for me. Free shipping if you order over $200.00

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[QUOTE=EMR;22899291]I cast and powder coat my own in red, white AND blue . All for .02/round for 9mm ready to shoot.



2 cents per round? Maybe my math is fuzzy.

Is that just for the coating? The lead bullet?
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I can not believe the prices, and from what I hear they are a good target load. Is it true that? I mean $52 for 500 147 gr bullets shipped is really cheap. Is this a scam? are these bullets any good? and Is there anything comparable?
If you don't mind shooting jacketed bullets Rocky Mountain Reloading sells their FMJ 147gr Heavy Matchwinners for about the same price...including Priority shipping. If you buy 1k, it's only $90.

Granted it might take a bit more powder to get the same velocity, but they will be more accurate and a lot cleaner...if that matters to you
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Badman sells their 147 powder coated 9mm for $98/1K if you buy 2K, $101 per 1K if you only want a thousand. Quality is top notch and shipping is free on any thing over a thousand.
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I buy there bulk boxes. 3900 115RN for 234 shipped with a promo code.
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http://www.cheycastbullets.com/HI-TE...800_p_238.html

78 bucks for a 1000 bullets. I've not used their 9mm, but I shoot their .30 cal 165 RNFP in low power .30-30 loads and like them just fine. Hi-Tek, not powder coat if that matters to you.
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Blue Bullets work great for target practice and competition. If you buy in bulk, they are cheaper. $225 for 3000 147gr RN in 9mm. That comes out to $75. That's with free shipping. 115 gr bullets are cheaper. Use coupon code TRIANGLE for 5% off. Berry's Bullets (plated)are $78.22 for 1000ct at powdervalleyinc. But you have to add shipping to that powdervalley order. If you make a good target load for a certain bullet, then buy in bulk to save more money.
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I can not believe the prices, and from what I hear they are a good target load. Is it true that? I mean $52 for 500 147 gr bullets shipped is really cheap. Is this a scam? are these bullets any good? and Is there anything comparable?

BTW tried my first batch of 50 this weekend with Speers. All my concerns have gone away with reloading...
I have been buying X-Treme's plated 124gr FP 9mm for years... I usually buy during Black Friday deals.
I think $68/1000 shipped, as I seem to have plugged into my spreadsheet for the last purchase 11/2016 w/vet discount.

Right now you can get 3000 124gr FP plated for $296.37 including shipping (~$0.098/ea), w/no sale.
Looks like, w/out shipping you are paying about $0.104/per.

For 2000 including shipping, 124gr FP plated are about the same price you are paying.

I have been wanting to try PC for 9mm though...
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2 cents per round? Maybe my math is fuzzy.

Is that just for the coating? The lead bullet?
Ah thatís what I get for drinking and posting. I rechecked my math:

Brass: (free, been picking it up for years)
Lead: 0.017/round 124 grain (@$1/lb for lead)
Powder: 0.017/round (5 grains of Win 231)
Primers: 0.03/round (Winchester small primer)
Powder coat: ? ($10/lb and Iíve done thousands and barely made a dent)
Total: $0.064/round.

The powder coating replaces the lube traditionally used on bare lead.

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EMR, I was wondering how you'd load for 2 cents/rd when primers cost that much (or more.)
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I use ACME. Many of my buddies load Blue. Basically it comes down to what color you want your rounds to be.
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Brazo Bullets are by far the cheapest. The 9mm 125gr RN are 5 cents per bullet. Quite a few guys on the Enos forum have tried them and report back nothing but positives for them.

http://www.brazosprecision.com

DG Bullets are a close second. I ordered a sample pack and then later a case of the 9mm 135gr RN bullets. Very consistent weight and dimension. Very accurate. 3.2gr of tightgroup at a OAL of 1.13 shoots very accurately out of my SP-01 and makes 130 PF.

Use code TS15 and get 15% off. Gets you to just over 6 cents per bullet.

http://www.dgbullets.com

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Brazo Bullets are by far the cheapest. The 9mm 125gr RN are 5 cents per bullet. Quite a few guys on the Enos forum have tried them and report back nothing but positives for them.

Http://brazoprecision.com

DG Bullets are a close second. I ordered a sample pack and then later a case of the 9mm 135gr RN bullets. Very consistent weight and dimension. Very accurate. 3.2gr of tightgroup at a OAL of 1.13 shoots very accurately out of my SP-01 and makes 130 PF.

Use code TS15 and get 15% off. Gets you to just over 6 cents per bullet.

Http://dgbullets.com

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EMR, I was wondering how you'd load for 2 cents/rd when primers cost that much (or more.)
I cast with free scrap lead, use free range pick up brass, load with powder I purchased last year for $10-$30/8lb jug and primers I purchased last year for $7.50/1000 (I only got about 50K at that price). I'm at under $0.01 per round. After Sandy Hook, when primers were going for $60-$100/K, I scored 6K for a total of $50 at a gun show. No one wanted the old primers until I saw them on
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I cast with free scrap lead, use free range pick up brass, load with powder I purchased last year for $10-$30/8lb jug and primers I purchased last year for $7.50/1000 (I only got about 50K at that price). I'm at under $0.01 per round. After Sandy Hook, when primers were going for $60-$100/K, I scored 6K for a total of $50 at a gun show. No one wanted the old primers until I saw them on

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You got jugs for 10-30 BUCKS A JUG? Omg.... I thought I did good at 75 to 100 per jug. Dannnggg

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Will the red or blue coated bullet leave any lead deposit in side comp on open pistol?
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The powder coating is supposed to prevent leading entirely.
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Powder coating is supposed to prevent leading entirely.

Much better than total metal jacket or they are equally the same?


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"What are the advantages of shooting Polymer Coated Bullets?
Let's compare the difference between Polymer and plated bullets.

* Plated bullets have a soft core (8-10 BHN) with a strong copper outer finish. They perform well at mid velocities or higher end lead velocities but can be rather expensive to shoot and can wear your barrel out faster. Plated bullets also have speed restrictions of less than 1,500 fps.

* Badman Polymer Coated Bullets have a strong lead core (16 BHN) with a durable 2 layer baked on Polymer coating finish. They perform extremely well from low to high velocities. We have personally tested our .452 diameter 250 Grain RNFP bullet to 1,800 fps with great results. Compared to plated or jacketed bullets they are less expensive, as good as or better and they don't foul your barrel."

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so plated bullet is different from jacket? I thought plated bullet is total metal jacket.
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so plated bullet is different from jacket? I thought plated bullet is total metal jacket.
Plated have a thin electroplate vs a true copper jacket. Some plated are thinner than others. Plated have velocity limits.

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