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Old 09-01-2010, 08:08 PM   #11
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That price is just a shade cheaper than what I pay for at Walmart. I get 100 rnds of 9mm Remington for $23.00. After you pay for shipping and the wait time
I would just go there.

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Thanks for the advice 9mm $9.97/50 and .40 $13.97/50 at Walmart.

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Like a lot of people said Wal-Mart is going to be your best bet on finding ammo at good prices. Unless you want to search the internet and see what you can find. Good Luck.
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I reloaded shotgun shells by the hour for my father when I was younger and I know that saved a lot of money. However the time that I put into it I know I couldn't now. I'm pretty much a handgun shooter. Predominately 9mm and .40. How much would it cost to load my in those two calibers.

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I reloaded shotgun shells by the hour for my father when I was younger and I know that saved a lot of money. However the time that I put into it I know I couldn't now. I'm pretty much a handgun shooter. Predominately 9mm and .40. How much would it cost to load my in those two calibers.
IMO if you have a single stage press I dont think it would be that much cheaper even over bulk. but if you have one of those dill automatic machienes that put out hundres of rounds a minute then Go that rout. Comp shooters do that more often from what I have been told and it makes sense to me.
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