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Old 10-18-2009, 12:43 PM   #1
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Default 9mm by the case - $173.80

At CheaperThanDirt.com. I just got my 1,000 rounds and, with shipping, the total was $200.62. Although the case came missing one box of 50 but after contacting CTD, they're going to send me the missing 50-round box.

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Old 10-18-2009, 02:52 PM   #2
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At CheaperThanDirt.com. I just got my 1,000 rounds and, with shipping, the total was $200.62. Although the case came missing one box of 50 but after contacting CTD, they're going to send me the missing 50-round box.
I just placed an order to MissouriBullets for 2K of their 124 SmallBall-buying 4K of brass on THR= $214.84 total. With "Some assembly" required, that gives me 2K of loaded rounds+2K of extra brass, for that price. I enjoy the hand loading process as much as the shooting, so it is worth it for me.
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I enjoy the hand loading process as much as the shooting, so it is worth it for me.
That's a skill set that I don't currently have, nor do I have room in this apartment to even attempt to learn...at least at this time. Maybe when I move to a larger apartment in a more secure part of town, I'll be able to get into reloading.
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Acid, thanks for the post!! $200 is dirt cheap (pun intended)!!

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