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Old 02-02-2010, 07:00 PM   #1
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does anyone know where i can find 40 s & w lead bullets that i can use at an indoor shooting range? thanks

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Old 02-02-2010, 07:41 PM   #2
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PM me. I cast bullets. I have .401 BBTC hard cast 175 gr bullets available.

The real question is what you mean by "can use at indoor range". Does your range have restrictions on bullets?

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PM me. I cast bullets. I have .401 BBTC hard cast 175 gr bullets available.

The real question is what you mean by "can use at indoor range". Does your range have restrictions on bullets?
they told me you have to use lead bullets. for instance, i have a taurus judge and i use the magtech 45 long colt lead bullets. i just cant find any in the 40 s &w. thanks
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That's what confused me. Some ranges do not want lead bullets because of the air borne lead risk. Some are the opposite and want only unjacketed bullets because of their backstop design.

Are you needing "bullets" or "ammo"?

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That's what confused me. Some ranges do not want lead bullets because of the air borne lead risk. Some are the opposite and want only unjacketed bullets because of their backstop design.

Are you needing "bullets" or "ammo"?
i am sorry, very new to this. i need the whole thing, i guess it would be ammo. just put in the gun and shoot. do you have some to sell?
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I would suggest investing in a single stage reloading setup and you can buy your bullets from missouri bullets or cast your own. You wont have to count on a source and you will save money. I am not aware of a source for lead handgun ammo.

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I load my own ammo, but Federal regulations prohibit me from selling my ammo w/out an FFL. I do not know of any commercially available ammo ini .40 with lead bullets. Federal used to make a 180 gr lead Truncated Cone bullet. It was packaged in the red American Eagle boxes. I do not know if they still make that loading.
What gun are you shooting this ammo through?

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taurus 24/7 40 caliber

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I load my own ammo, but Federal regulations prohibit me from selling my ammo w/out an FFL.
Actually, its state regs that require you to licensing.....some states dont require a thing
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