Bullets available from RMR

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  1. bowenbuilt

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    Rocky Mountain Bullets have all 9mm, 40 and 45 bullets in stock. Decent prices excellant high quality bullets. I ordered 2 weeks ago and they arrived today.
    Rocky Mountain Reloading

    If you need some practice projectiles and cannot find them in stock anywhere give RMR a try. Very well made plated bullets!
     
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    Yup. Good product and speedy delivery. Great people to deal with.
     
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    I looked around and didn't find any negative post on the internet sooooo I ordered 2000 rds.Has anyone besides the 2 posters used them.
     
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    Is this a finished product? or are they reloads?
     
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    I thought these were a finished product. If not, I need to cancel my order. Does anyone know for sure?
     
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    These are bullets in order to shoot them out of a gun you need a case, powder, primer, and a reloading press.
     
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    It's just the bullet.

    Not a cartridge.

    The prices should be a dead giveaway.
     
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    Looks like some decent prices and availability, might have to try them next time instead of waiting 16 + weeks for Precision Delta.
     
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    That is funny,

    I get all my BULLETS from RMR or powerbond which is RMR supplier. Powerbond did just raise there prices. So buy all the RMR bullets before they do the same. I think it's $5 so not that big a deal but it can add up.
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    Here is another case where not using the correct terminology gets you in trouble!

    Bullets are projectiles, cartridges are loaded rounds.

    They are not interchangeable terms!

    don
     
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    When I saw the first post stating Bullets I was hot to trot so I orderd,hope they will c ancel my order...wasn't shipping for 2 wks and I ordered fri so they should.
     
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    Keep them and start reloading, you will be much better off.
    I still haven't rolled any but have just completed all of my supplies
     
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    Thought about it but aren't powder and primers hard to find.
     
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    Not if you jump on other components like you did these ;)
     
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    What kinda primers and powder would I need.
     
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    I'd suggest you start with a couple of books on reloading. You'll also need some equipment. ;)
     
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    What is cost of reloaded v.s store bought.What will primers and powder cost.
     
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    Cost depends on how much you shoot to counter the initial start up cost. Powders and primers are cheap if you can get them in person. Shipping these items is costly.
     
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    You can't reload to save money. Can't do it!
    You can reload, and shoot three times as much though. :D
     
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    Book - $20

    Single stage press with all the trimmings - $400 (think RCBS, Lee, Hornady, and others)
    Good progressive press with all the trimmings - $600+ (Lee, Dillon, and others)

    Powder - $20-$25 per pound
    Primers - $40 per 1000 (about the average)
    Bullets - $20-$30 per 250

    All in all to start up, I spent around $600 to produce 250 rounds initially. My price per round is around $0.18, with retail 9mm going around $0.30 to $0.35 per round, even more in places.

    People say you reload to shoot more, and you can't save money. I personally think that's bullsh*t as long as you control yourself and plan a budget. I will probably shoot more, but I won't spend as much shooting in the coming year.

    If you're on the fence, invest the $20 at least and grab a reloading manual - Lyman #49, Hornady #9, or Lee's reloading manual are all good places to start. You might as well - you already ordered 2000 rounds. ;)
     

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