125 grain 9mm bullets available in Portland?

Discussion in 'Ammunition & Reloading' started by MandPGal, Jul 10, 2014.

  1. MandPGal

    MandPGal
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    Does anyone know if there's a Portland area retailer that sells 125 grain, 9mm bullets?
    Thanks.
     
  2. Mikej

    Mikej
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    I don't know about local retailers as I buy my projectiles in bulk. Montana gold are high quality jacketed bullets, and include shipping in the price on their website. Any you can't use you could sell on the forum. The forum member Misterarman sells Montana Gold 124gr 9mm at times too. Good guy!
     
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  3. Steve M

    Steve M
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    No, but Sportsman's Warehouse at 185th and hwy 26 has two boxes of Berry's 124gr 9mm plated bullets, $30 for 250.
     
  4. Certaindeaf

    Certaindeaf
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    Can't really help you but personally, if I was hard up, I'd shoot/load anything available.. from 80 to 147 grain.
     
  5. JohnH

    JohnH
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    How many are you looking for?
    If you are talking cheap, in bulk, then no or at least I've never found in town (not compared to what you can find on-line at least)

    Best deal I have seen so far is at Powder Valley for Zero Brand.
    They have 3k 9MM 124 Gr FMJ for $299.00 plus shipping.
    If you are going to order from them call and make sure they will ship in a medium flat rate box and it will only cost about $14.00 for shipping.

    If you are in a hurry I have some Precision Delta 124 Grain JHP's I could sell

    I have started to see a trend where components, especial pistol, have been dropping in price since there is no powder available....
     

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