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Anyone want to split a case of Montana Gold 9mm 124gr JHP bullets?

Discussion in 'Ammunition & Reloading' started by lucky strike, Apr 6, 2010.

  1. lucky strike

    lucky strike Woodburn Member

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    EDIT UPDATE: I'M LOOKING FOR ONE MORE PERSON THAT WANTS A 1/4 CASE....THAT'S 937 BULLETS FOR $75....I CAN SHIP FOR $5


    I was about to place an order for 1000 124gr JHP bullets from Montana Gold. Price is $107 shipped. I noticed however that if you buy a case (3750 bullets per case) it's only $300 shipped.

    I can't afford to spend $300 on bullets but I can spend $150 so if anyone out there wants to split the order with me it'd be $150 each and we'd both get 1,875 bullets. Basically like getting 500 bullets each for free using their per 1k pricing.

    You'd have to be able to meet FTF between Salem and Portland.



    Mods if this is in the wrong forum please move it to the appropriate place.
     
  2. phidelt208

    phidelt208 Springfield, OR Active Member

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    I'd be intersted PM Sent
     
  3. SJS46

    SJS46 yamhill county Active Member

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    I wouldn't mind getting in on some of those, if you still need someone to pitch in let me know.

    Steve,
     
  4. NWOutdoors

    NWOutdoors South Hill Puyallup New Member

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    I have not gotten into hand loading yet, so I was wondering what your total cost will be once you add powder, shell casing, and primers??
     
  5. SJS46

    SJS46 yamhill county Active Member

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    Bullet = .06
    Primers = .04
    Powder = .02
    Brass = laying all over the rang:laugh:

    Total = .12 EA or $12.00 per 100
     
  6. lucky strike

    lucky strike Woodburn Member

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    Yeah SJS46 pretty much got it.....taking into account that you've already got the brass (hopefully you've been saving what you've been shooting) it comes out for me to 50% savings over store bought 9mm.

    Of course you've got a big upfront cost in your reloading equipment but depending on how much you shoot you can cover your equipment cost in ammo savings relatively quickly. I reload and shoot about 400 rounds a month so I see that as saving $24 per month on ammo costs. I've got a Dillon setup which among the spendier options you can buy so my initial investment with the press/dies/accessories is probably around $600. That means it'll pay itself off after 2 years. However you can get a full Lee reloading kit for around $150 and be paid off after 6 months.

    And with reloading 9mm is where you see the least amount of savings. Get into the bigger calibers and savings get bigger.
     
  7. lucky strike

    lucky strike Woodburn Member

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    Looking for one more person that wants a 1/4 case (937 bullets for $75).....if you're not within FTF range from me I can ship the bullets using USPS Flat rate shipping. I'd split the shipping cost so it'd be $5 each.
     
  8. OggieO

    OggieO Surprise, AZ New Member

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    If you are still looking for a person to get that 1/4 case for $75.00 + $5.00 shipping, I would be interested. Shoot me an email if you are still looking and let me know.