Pulled 55 gr bullets

Discussion in 'Ammunition & Reloading' started by t.huynh, Jan 17, 2012.

  1. t.huynh

    t.huynh
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    Anybody know the best place with the best price to buy some?

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  2. Nwcid

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    I just did a group order for hornady 55 fmj from Wideners. Came out to $72 per 1k, but it's a pack of 6000. It was the best deal I could find, especially if you split the order up.
     
  4. Gunner3456

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    Pulled bullets, especially thin bullets which have a cannelure can have cracked lead inside. You can't see it and it might not be physically separated - just a hairline crack. I don't want any.

    Bullets which are knocked out might be better than those which are pulled because at least you have the weight of the back of the bullet pushing, but I still don't want any.
     
  5. t.huynh

    t.huynh
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    I wish I could have gotten in on that.





    Thanks for the tip. I'll stay away from pulled bullets.

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    You would if you didn't have an HTC HD2 using Tapatalk, LOL. We just got smartphones and a contract and good ones are expensive. However, with everything they'll do, they are worth it imho. I love the GPS combined with google earth images, driving directions from wherever it knows I am, lists of any kind of public place or business near me, web surfing, TV, and, oh gosh, it's a cell phone, lol.

    You can get 1000 55gr FMJ bullets for $125 shipped from Montana Gold but I don't know if that's a good deal anymore.
     
  9. t.huynh

    t.huynh
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    LOL I only payed 100 bucks for my phone. I'm actually a poor kid who likes guns to much.

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  10. Gunner3456

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    LOL. Well at least you know how to use it. I'm struggling still. :)

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  11. deadshot2

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    I still use a phone the Wireless carrier gave me for free. That definitely leaves more money for powder, bullets, and primers.

    Ever notice how there's a "New" phone introduced every year? Why? Isn't enough to just carry an old Motorola Razr that is more than enough to make a call on.

    OK, I guess a "Smart Phone" would be OK as long as it came with a good "Ballistics App".;)
     
  12. Grunwald

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    It's not the phone that's expensive, it's the damn purse that you need to carry one of those things in that will get you. LOL
     
  13. Gunner3456

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    Do I have to hit you with my purse to get you to play nice? :)
     
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    Midway has Hornady 55 gr FMJBT on sale at $81/1000. Sale ends 1/31/12.
     

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