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  • ambidextrous1

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    In the past, I've gone to the shows in Tucson & Phoenix to buy plated bullets in .32, .380, 9 mm, & .45 ACP; but with things being so crazy these days, I can't be sure I'll find what I want at the shows. That would be an expensive & unproductive venture, so I'm looking for suppliers (preferably out-of-State) who will ship to me in lots of 1000 or so.

    I'd welcome any suggestions; please note that I'm looking for plated bullets, not lead, and not FMJ.

    Thanks in advance,

    Rich
     

    djspump2003

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    There's always midwayusa.com with either berry's plated bullets or ranier plated bullets.

    Also try montanagoldbullet.com - you have to buy by the case of around 3500 or so, but that knocks the price per thousand down to something reasonable.
     

    philbo

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    In my experince the follwoing can often beat Midway and others.

    Berrys recently dropped their lead surcharge, and with a $50 order you get free shipping:

    http://www.berrysmfg.com/

    TJ Conevera can often beat Berry's on the same product. He often has FMJ in stock at close to or less than plated price on some bulltes. Always dependable:

    TJCONEVERA.COM

    Precision Delta also sells lead and FMJ bullets in popular sizes, and shipping is included. Minimum order is 2k bullets, but can be combined calibers:

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    Major Woody

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    Cabela's carries Berry's and save the freight charge. Hopefully after the ad valorum tax is over the suppliers will start buying again.
     

    CJS3

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    The last time I bought from Berry's, they had waved the lead surcharge. They don't charge shipping on orders over $50.

     
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