Bulk quantities of target round prices?

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  1. tlandonevans

    tlandonevans Tele-Meister

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    Just wondering if any of you guys know any places online to get the cheapest, bulk quantities of target rounds. I just got a .40 caliber yesterday, and am taking a LTC class this weekend. I'll use high quality (probably hollow point) rounds when I actually carry, but as far as target shooting I'd like to find something cost effective.

    Not so much looking for brands as I am dealers.
     
  2. bparnell57

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    Your local used gun shop is your best bet. Otherwise wait until Cabela's has a sale and have some delivered.
     
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    I used to always order from Cheaper Than Dirt, but their shipping charges are now pretty high. I've never tried AMMOMAN, but I've heard they're pretty solid.

    For .40 S&W carry ammo, I highly recommend Cor-Bon's 135-grain JHP. Performance like a .357 Mag in a pistol round.
     
  4. tlandonevans

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    Thanks, I'll check it out. I got a Springfield XD ModS. My dad wanted to me to get a gun, and he has the .9mm Mod2 which I like, and planned to get that one. But I wound up getting the slim to make concealed carry easier. And I was also debating between .45 and .9mm, so the .40 was a good compromise since it held the same number of rounds and was the same size as the .9mm
     
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    There's plenty of cheap out there, just watch the weekly fliers, but be careful what you buy. Some of that crap isn't good for the pistol.
     
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    64Strat Friend of Leo's Vendor Member

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    I use Lucky Gunner www.luckygunner.com and have bought really good quality ammo from them. Delivered to my doorstep.
     
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    Buds Gun Shop for online. I got a Glock 43 9mm a few weeks ago. The Talo edition. It's much easier to conceal carry (more comfortable) than the G26 I was carrying, though it wasn't too bad.
     
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    Fighting the shipping charges is an uphill battle to getting a "good deal" versus buying it in person and hauling it away.

    Some of the usual entities to check for deals would include:

    Bud's Gun Shop

    Rogers' Sporting Goods

    Able Ammo

    Gamaliel (rarely a deal)

    Midsouth Shooter's Supply

    Natchez Shooter's Supply

    CDNN Sports
     
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    Sounds like I may be best off just buying it from the place by my house. Fine with me, more convenient and it will support a local business!
     
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