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    The least expensive I've found range ammo is 169$ for 1000 rounds of wolf 9mm FMJ 115gr, delivered.

    I've also found some NATO rounds, which are supposed to be super hot, ~42K psi, compared to 38K psi for +p, 124gr, manufactured by Winchester, 269$ delivered..


    Any good deals out there? Are those good deals?
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    The price of ammuntion and components are a wild fluctuating ride currently.
    Here are the places that I check:
    www.buyammo.com
    www.ammoman.com
    www.cheaperthandirt.com

    The NATO stuff, especially european stuff, is quite hot by US standards. Somewhere around what we call +P+. While I would not have a problem using it in my CZ, since it is made to handle the stuff, a steady diet is punishing.

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    Would it be safe to assume that my West German manufactured Sig P228 would be ok with the NATO rds?
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    deepdiver wrote:
    Would it be safe to assume that my West German manufactured Sig P228 would be ok with the NATO rds?
    Absolutely not. This is not a question on which to be making assumptions.

    Consult Sig. Check their website or call them.

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    Citizen wrote:
    deepdiver wrote:
    Would it be safe to assume that my West German manufactured Sig P228 would be ok with the NATO rds?
    Absolutely not. This is not a question on which to be making assumptions.

    Consult Sig. Check their website or call them.

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    The cheapest ammo is the ammo you make yourself.
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    makes me sad when I think back to the days of WWB for $9.99 per 100

    Or even $109 for Wolf just a year or two ago...

    I've been saving up my brass, and will be buying the necessary equipment needed to reload .38spl and .45acp on my father's RCBS.

    I even save the brass for calibers I know I probably won't be reloading, because I know reloaders love to have people sell their once-fired brass at cheeeeep prices.

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