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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by cardinalfan View Post
    Now that my wife has her CCW and a new Glock 19 (I carry a Glock 23), I am starting to get into reloading. Once you have your brass, it's 50% of retail to load a box of 50 and not that difficult.
    Only draw back to that is if you take a lot of training classes a year. Most will not allow reloads to be used in the training class.

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  3. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by S&WM&P40 View Post
    Only draw back to that is if you take a lot of training classes a year. Most will not allow reloads to be used in the training class.
    Why is that?
    I use to shoot wad reloads back in Jersey but I can't find them here in Virginia. I just bought a Nickle 357 Windicator and the manual even says no reloads. What is the detrimental difference between reloads & factory ammo & how would anyone know what you are shooting?

  4. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by cabrera View Post
    Why is that?
    I use to shoot wad reloads back in Jersey but I can't find them here in Virginia. I just bought a Nickle 357 Windicator and the manual even says no reloads. What is the detrimental difference between reloads & factory ammo & how would anyone know what you are shooting?
    All I know is most of the major training places in and around New Enqland will not allow them to be used. Sig Academy,Vermont Tactical, Belmont firearms(for classes only you can use them at the range) even some NRA classes will not allow them. I would think it has something to do with past experience of fist time reloaders making the rounds to hot. Or just for the simple fact that they want you to buy ammo from them(I doubt thats it, because you can use any factory ammo. Does not have to be from them you just get a discount.) Again I'm talking about the major ones in and round NE I may have left some out. Not sure if front sight and the other major training sites allow them or not.

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  5. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by S&WM&P40 View Post
    I would think it has something to do with past experience of fist time reloaders make the rounds to hot.
    That would make sense. Major ammo manufactures are presumed to adhere to strict QC standard and hand loaders may,intentionally or accidentally, make hot loads. I'm sure that's why EAA puts that warranty void statement in their manual.

  6. #15
    JSDinTexas Guest
    I picked up Winchester white box .45 JHP box of 50 at Walmart a week ago for $19.97 + tax
    For Bulk, I always look at Georgia Arms - http://www.georgia-arms.com - I have bought from them numerous times and no problems. I don't reload.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by jsdinTexas View Post
    I picked up Winchester white box .45 JHP box of 50 at Walmart a week ago for $19.97 + tax
    For Bulk, I always look at Georgia Arms - Attention - I have bought from them numerous times and no problems. I don't reload.
    + 1 for Ga arms. Hi everyone I am new to USA Carry and I am really enjoying all the fantastic info and knowledge here. In fact, this is my first post. I would just like to ad that I live near Ga arms which are located in Villa Rica Ga and there ammo is first rate. They are backordered right now on some stuff but the deals they have on the bulk caned heat deals is awsome. Not reloads but brand new stuff usually in new starline brass. Top quality sporting and self defense ammo too.

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    There are a number of sites I check on a regular basis for good deals on range ammo.

    The-Armory.com
    Lucky Gunner
    Cheaper Than Dirt
    Natchez Shooters
    Ammunition To Go

    I go through 500-600 rounds a month and these sites usually have a good deal on whatever I'm looking for at the moment. I've also used LTD Ammo but their customer service leaves a little to be desired. 3 times now I've had to ask them "where's my order". Bought 500 rounds of .308 from them more than 2 weeks ago and still haven't gotten it. Waiting for a response. The sites I listed above have very good turn-around times. They almost always ship the next day at the latest.

  9. #18
    JSDinTexas Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by Twodollarpistol View Post
    + 1 for Ga arms. Hi everyone I am new to USA Carry and I am really enjoying all the fantastic info and knowledge here. In fact, this is my first post. I would just like to ad that I live near Ga arms which are located in Villa Rica Ga and there ammo is first rate. They are backordered right now on some stuff but the deals they have on the bulk caned heat deals is awsome. Not reloads but brand new stuff usually in new starline brass. Top quality sporting and self defense ammo too.
    Yes, I've had good luck with GA Arms and like you buy canned heat new - delivery usually in less than a week. And again yes, I think the trick is to buy when you see it available, and price at bulk levels is right in there.

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