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Assuming there was a guy in the area selling reloaded ammo, would you buy from him?

Let's also assume he/she also has a license to manufacture ammo from the ATF and his/her ammo is priced about 20%-30% below major brands price.

Would you do it?
 

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There are several local guys here in south Florida that are licensed to reload and sell ammo, and they don't sell at 20-30% less than major brands. The small savings of 5-10% in cost that they offer is not worth the possible chance of having a problem and the lack of any recourse in the event of a major problem. My well being and my guns are worth more to me than a $1 or $2 savings on a box of ammo. I'll stick with the major manufacturers/suppliers.
 

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I would look at his setup if possible and get a few references if possible. If satisfied then YES. If no, then you've only lost a little time. Ask if he'll GIVE u some samples to try. That's a stretch, but who knows.JMO
 
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If you're talking about delta precision then I would by the ammo. It would help if we knew who/what company you're referring to.
 

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My hunting ammo i buy,,all my picking is reloads i get from a guy in al. never had a problem,,but his r not reloads,,,""remanufactur-ed"""according to him i never question him,he's got over a 100,000 rounds :whaaa:
 

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If he is licensed, bonded, and insured ... I would probably give it a try IF I did not reload my own ...
 

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GunOneDown said:
I would look at his setup if possible and get a few references if possible. If satisfied then YES. If no, then you've only lost a little time. Ask if he'll GIVE u some samples to try. That's a stretch, but who knows.JMO
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