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Anyone have experience using these for reloading? How do they compare quality-wise? At less than 12 cents each, they are the cheapest I've found for .45 ACP. Anyone with a better/cheaper option, let me know please!
 
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Anyone have experience using these for reloading? How do they compare quality-wise? At less than 12 cents each, they are the cheapest I've found for .45 ACP. Anyone with a better/cheaper option, let me know please!

wow, 120 per 1000 is a little steep. I see you are in Everett. I go to the Marksman in Puyallup and I buy 230gn and 200 gn for around 45-50 per 500. It's been quite a while since I bought there, must have been before summer started.

If you want to shoot lead, it gets even cheaper.
 
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never seen or used any personally, but have read some reviews on TFL and/or THR and recal them being considered "decent", especially for the price. I recall the gist being they are good for bargain plinking ammo, at a minimum.

Thats just going off memory though, I'd do a search on both those boards and you should get some decent 1st hand info if you want it.Just wanted to add what I recall having read. Hopefully my memory isnt too far off.:eek:
 
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