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Their prices aren't that good.

If you want jacketed fairly cheap check out rozedist.com or precisiondeltasales.com

Both places seem to have the best prices on jacketed bullets I have found.

I use zero bullets (rozedist.com) myself and like them.
 

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Montana gold are pretty highly regarded among the competition shooters...

check out brianenos.com

Lots of folks use em...

since when does price matter...Oh yeah...baby coming....house building....yeah I see your point now...
 

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Montana gold wont hardly send you a test lot pay or no pay, and they dont return my emails...I dont do business with them. ZERO is the way to go.
 

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I've shot a lot of the MG's, but that was mostly when they were available from vendors that I saw at matches. I still have a case left and will shoot them eventually. In my experience they are very good bullets, but as others mentioned they are not the cheapest any more.

I have shot Zero's in the past and have a couple thousand of them left as well, but I am currently shooting the Precision Deltas which do what I need. I pick them up at matches from Tom at http://actionshootingsupply.com/ (their website is old and you cannot order online, but the contact should be good). I can't consistently get the Zero's as cheaply.
 

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Montana Golds were a USPSA staple for a long time and supported the sport. They were never cheap, relatively speaking. Back when Ranier bullets were $54/K of 40sw, MGs were selling for upwards of $75-$100/K. They always provided samples at major USPSA matches for many to try. I just could never afford them. I found that going to Moly bullets lowered the amount of powder I needed, the cost of bullets and meant more shooting for me. The downside of moly is the smoke but it's still less than pure lead.
 
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