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.223 and 9mm Bullets

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by RLC323, Mar 7, 2013.

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  1. RLC323

    RLC323 Member

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    I bookmarked this site a couple months back and they have been out of stock for some time. Now they are back up and running with fresh stock.

    I have no affiliation with this outfit and have not bought anything from them. So no idea about quality. Note the shipping price is included in the per 1000 quote.
     
  2. MNGuns

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    No contact phone number, no physical address, stripped down web site....hmmmm

    Have you or anybody you know ordered and received anything from these people before...?

    Looks kind of shady IMO.
     
  3. claybrdr

    claybrdr Well-Known Member

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    lol at those prices
     
  4. RLC323

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    Again, I have not ordered from them, have no affiliation, and made no inference that their prices were a bargain.

    I know some folks are having trouble finding components, especially .223 and 9mm. I simply pointed out this source that was noted on another, more polite forum. I should know better than to try to be helpful at this forum, or what this forum has become in the past couple years.

    I suggest that you direct your questions here, contact: sales@bulletheads.com
     
  5. MNGuns

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    Has nothing to do with being polite or otherwise. The site looks fishy, there is nothing more than an email address, and a place to give a card number. You order first and let us know how it works out for you.
     
  6. RLC323

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    I guess I could order some bullets, but I am not in need of any.

    A bit of sniffing around found that the outfit does have an about page and a presence on Gunboker, if that impresses anyone.
     
  7. Dr.Longshot

    Dr.Longshot Banned Banned

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    .223 are going for $900 per 1,000

    9mm FMJ 50 rounds approx $20.00- $40.00


    Gary Bryant
    Dr.longshot
     
  8. W.R.Buchanan

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    I paid $230 for 1000 completely processed and primed ready to load OF .223'swhich came from top brass at Turners Outdoorsman in Oxnard CA today.

    that's .23 cents each and I have to add a .10 bullet and some BLC 2 vnd crimp.

    .35 cents a round for .223's today is a good deal!

    18.5 cents for a single .22 cal bullet is not a very good deal.

    Randy
     
  9. k1200ltc509

    k1200ltc509 Member

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    I just got surplus 62gr tracer bullers for .14$ a piece. Graf and sons. Bought 4M, probably should buy more! Rick Gibbs
     
  10. GBatch_25

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    Hey Rick:
    I think you bought everything they had. Now, it's all "Out of Stock".

    Gene in Illinois
     
  11. halfmile

    halfmile Well-Known Member

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    Longshot, really? 90 a box for bullets?

    185 is pricey since 11 or so is the norm for FMJ.

    But all the vendors are out of stock on .224 size bullets.

    I wouls call gouging here.

    HM
     
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