cost of 380 ammo vs 9mm

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  1. dpowers311

    dpowers311 XDTalk Newbie

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    Why is the cost of 380 ammo more than 9mm? Where I looked today it was close to .45 ammo.

    Dave

     
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    I just bought some remington 380 box of 50 and it was 14 bucks cheaper than a box of 50 .45.

    Oh and it was at my local cabelas.
     
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    Simple, 9mm is a MUCH more common round... 9mm is usually about 5 or 6 bucks cheaper than 380 for 50 round boxes. 380 is usually a couple bucks cheaper than .45 or around the same price. Of course my numbers are not always going to be the case but that's been my experience.
     
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    If you shoot a lot of 380, it's one of the best rounds to reload for because of its high cost.

    I load it for $5.60 per 50 rounds. Here are some of my reloads.

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