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Since there is no post on where ppl purchases there ammo, I guess I will start one. Here is my source for ammo, some of these place are the cheapest I found for Self Defense ammo and Target ammo.

http://georgia-arms.com/

http://www.ombexpress.com/

http://bellsouthpwp2.net/s/c/scgunguy/rangerlist.htm

http://palmettostatearmory.com/index.php

http://www.ammunitiontogo.com/

http://www.tds-us.com/

http://www.ammoman.com/

If anyone else have any other place they would like to share, you are :wel4: to post.
 

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I also got cussed by their sponsored shooter one time when a Vietnam vet tunnel rat was holding a discussion with me well behind the firing line. I wasnt about to disrespect a 50 plus year old War vet by tellin him to shut up. :eyeroll:
 

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I also got cussed by their sponsored shooter one time when a Vietnam vet tunnel rat was holding a discussion with me well behind the firing line. I wasnt about to disrespect a 50 plus year old War vet by tellin him to shut up. :eyeroll:
Neither would I, Rob. Especially not a tunnel rat. Talk about having a job from Hell.
 

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OMB Express have Winchester SXT 45 ACP instock. It may say out of stock but it is not, I just ordered a case just now. They have the cheapest price on SXT line of ammunition so far. $250 shipped for 500 rds, that is cheap!!!
 

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Has anyone here ever actually received any ammo from Ga Arms? I have had 10mm ordered forever. First it is backordered, then it is being shipped, then it is backordered again, etc, etc, etc.
 

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rmammo.com

i got 1000 .223 55gr FMJ with LC brass.. $328 shipped.
Not too bad a price.
Wow, those just might be the best prices I've seen. I'm bookmarking those guys!

Recently I found what seems to be good deals on once-fired, processed and primed 556 at www.scharch.com. (I did the math and it's a lot cheaper for me to buy the brass pre-primed than it is to buy unprimed brass -- not to mention the time it saves.)
 

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Wow, those just might be the best prices I've seen. I'm bookmarking those guys!

Recently I found what seems to be good deals on once-fired, processed and primed 556 at www.scharch.com. (I did the math and it's a lot cheaper for me to buy the brass pre-primed than it is to buy unprimed brass -- not to mention the time it saves.)
I did a lil math right quick..
Wideners has once fired LC brass $89/1000
I can get wolf primers for $33/1000

Thats $122



This is $162
http://www.scharch.com/proddetail.php?prod=9C223REMMY-5C


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I did a lil math right quick..
Wideners has once fired LC brass $89/1000
I can get wolf primers for $33/1000

Thats $122

This is $162
http://www.scharch.com/proddetail.php?prod=9C223REMMY-5C
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You're right that the Wideners route is cheaper, but you have to process all that brass -- decap, remove primer crimp, clean, resize, trim as needed -- all before you can load it. The Scharch brass is primed and ready to load. That's worth $31 to me! (It's actually $153 per 1000.)
 

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BTW, here's the spreadsheet I'm using to figure reloading costs. (Note: There was a math error in there, but I got it fixed up just now and uploaded it to the web site again.)

http://www.stevemoffett.net/msgunowners/556loadcosts.xls

Yes, my math was off. The price difference per round if I buy the Wideners unprocessed brass versus the Scharch primed & processed stuff works out to 1 penny per round over the life of the brass. Definitely worth 1 cent per if I don't have to do all that processing...
 
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