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    Default 9mm rounds?

    Anyone interested in a group buy of 9mm rounds? If so I will get the details together just let me know.
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    Dont have a 9mm anymore, but group buys on ammo sound good.

    How about folks post whether they would be interested and what caliber.

    (not trying to hijack the thread, just like the idea and would like to expand it)

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    yes that was my next comment i just want to get a group buy going for 9mm for selfish reasons - i have a 9mm..

    but post up whatever caliber you want and i will get info and work on getting together anyone else to make it stupid cheap for you to get rounds..

    I can say this - they are reloads. The same reloads that law enforcement is now using and some big name gun manufacturers to test their new guns before selling. So they are good rounds at an amazing price.
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    Any idea what the cost would be? A guy on MGO is doing like 1000 rounds for .16+ cents a round.
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    .45 ACP
    .45 Long Colt
    Possibly some 9MM and 380 auto if I can get a couple of buddies to buy

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    No nine here, sorry. If you find anything out about .380 or .45ACP let me know.

    It'd have to be a good deal since I can reload pretty cheap, but there's more to it than that. Reloading as almost as much fun as the range. Still, I like to build up my brass stock and there's something wrong with paying $10 for a hundred pieces of empty brass, I'd rather buy the ammo and shoot it, then reload.


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    working on cost.. i will ask him about the 45 and 380 as well.. they are FMJ or CMJ 115 or 124 grain for 9mm..
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    Let me know asap because I'm getting ready to pull the trigger on 1000 rounds of 9mm from this other guy.
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    Will have pricing today
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    $9 per box is the price. I plan on getting 10,000 rounds so let me know how many you are interested in for the 9mm. 50 in a box.

    Also keep in mind he gives 11% discount for any brass you return to him.
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