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thePirho
08-19-2009, 20:23
I was looking for places online to buy reloading supplies and I realized that I would have to do quite a search to find where the veteran reloaders buy their parts. So, I thought to myself why doesn't the reloading section have a sticky for this information? After they read the newbie guide of course they will need other things as they progress as a re-loader. So I started compiling my limited knowledge. List any suppliers that I might have missed and what categories they should be in and I will try add them to the list, on a regular basis. Once added please remove your post if you can so that the thread doesn't become bogged down with UNNECESSARY INFORMATION.

Listed in no Particular Order

Bullets:
www.LuckyGunner.com (http://www.luckygunner.com/)
www.scharch.com (http://www.scharch.com/)
www.dardascastbullets.com (http://www.dardascastbullets.com/)
www.berrysmfg.com/ (http://www.berrysmfg.com/)
www.missouribullet.com/ (http://www.missouribullet.com/)
www.cabelas.com/ (http://www.cabelas.com/)
www.bayoubullets.net/ (http://www.bayoubullets.net/)
www.twoalphabullets.com/ (http://www.twoalphabullets.com/)
www.rmrbullets.com/ (http://www.rmrbullets.com/)
www.rozedist.com (http://www.rozedist.com)
www.montanagoldbullet.com (http://www.montanagoldbullet.com/index.html)
www.precisiondelta.com/ (http://www.precisiondelta.com/index1.htm)
www.xtremebullets.com/ (http://www.xtremebullets.com/index.htm)
www.scharch.com/ (http://www.scharch.com/index.php)
www.grafs.com/ (http://www.grafs.com/)
www.midwayusa.com/ (http://www.midwayusa.com/)
www.gamaliel.com/ (http://www.gamaliel.com/)
www.rrarms.com/ (http://www.rrarms.com/)
www.wideners.com (http://www.wideners.com/itemview.cfm?dir=278)
www.sinclairintl.com/ (http://www.sinclairintl.com/)
www.natchezss.com/ (http://www.natchezss.com/index.cfm)
www.tjconevera.com (http://www.tjconevera.com/index.html)

Primers:
www.LuckyGunner.com (http://www.luckygunner.com/)
www.cabelas.com (http://www.cabelas.com)
www.powdervalleyinc.com/ (http://www.powdervalleyinc.com/)
www.cabelas.com/ (http://www.cabelas.com/)
www.grafs.com/ (http://www.grafs.com/)
www.midwayusa.com/ (http://www.midwayusa.com/)
www.natchezss.com/ (http://www.natchezss.com/index.cfm)
www.wideners.com (http://www.wideners.com/itemview.cfm?dir=278)
www.sinclairintl.com/ (http://www.sinclairintl.com/)
www.rrarms.com/ (http://www.rrarms.com/)
www.gamaliel.com/ (http://www.gamaliel.com/)

Brass:
www.centerfirebrass.com (http://www.centerfirebrass.com/)
www.berrysmfg.com/ (http://www.berrysmfg.com/)
www.midwayusa.com/ (http://www.midwayusa.com/)
www.grafs.com/ (http://www.grafs.com/)
www.gamaliel.com/ (http://www.gamaliel.com/)
www.cabelas.com/ (http://www.cabelas.com/)
www.scharch.com (http://www.scharch.com/)
www.powdervalleyinc.com/ (http://www.powdervalleyinc.com/)
www.starlinebrass.com (http://www.starlinebrass.com)
www.natchezss.com/ (http://www.natchezss.com/index.cfm)
www.tjconevera.com/ (http://www.tjconevera.com/index.html)
www.rrarms.com/ (http://www.rrarms.com/)

Reloading Press and Tools:
www.rcbs.com/default.aspx (http://www.rcbs.com/default.aspx)
www.kempfgunshop.com/ (http://www.kempfgunshop.com/)
www.gamaliel.com/ (http://www.gamaliel.com/)
www.dillonprecision.com/ (http://www.dillonprecision.com/)
www.cabelas.com/ (http://www.cabelas.com/)
www.fmreloading.com/ (http://www.fmreloading.com/)
www.brianenos.com/ (http://www.brianenos.com/)
www.wideners.com (http://www.wideners.com/itemview.cfm?dir=278)
www.sinclairintl.com/ (http://www.sinclairintl.com/)
www.leeprecision.com/html/index.htm (http://www.leeprecision.com/html/index.htm)
www.hornady.com/ (http://www.hornady.com/)
www.midsouthshooterssupply.com/ (http://www.midsouthshooterssupply.com/)
www.midwayusa.com/ (http://www.midwayusa.com/)
www.rrarms.com/ (http://www.rrarms.com/)

Dies:
www.kempfgunshop.com/ (http://www.kempfgunshop.com/)
www.dillonprecision.com/ (http://www.dillonprecision.com/)
www.rcbs.com/ (http://www.rcbs.com/default.aspx)
www.fmreloading.com/ (http://www.fmreloading.com/)
www.cabelas.com/ (http://www.cabelas.com/)
www.brianenos.com/ (http://www.brianenos.com/)
www.leeprecision.com/ (http://www.leeprecision.com/html/index.htm)
www.hornady.com/ (http://www.hornady.com/)
www.natchezss.com/ (http://www.natchezss.com/index.cfm)
www.wideners.com (http://www.wideners.com/itemview.cfm?dir=278)
www.sinclairintl.com/ (http://www.sinclairintl.com/)
www.midwayusa.com/ (http://www.midwayusa.com/)
www.rrarms.com/ (http://www.rrarms.com/)

Misc. Tools:
www.rrarms.com/ (http://www.rrarms.com/)
www.berrysmfg.com/ (http://www.berrysmfg.com/)
www.kempfgunshop.com/ (http://www.kempfgunshop.com/)
www.cabelas.com/ (http://www.cabelas.com/)
www.dillonprecision.com/ (http://www.dillonprecision.com/)
www.brianenos.com/ (http://www.brianenos.com/)
www.leeprecision.com/ (http://www.leeprecision.com/html/index.html)
www.hornady.com/ (http://www.hornady.com/)
www.harborfreight.com/ (http://www.harborfreight.com/)
www.wideners.com (http://www.wideners.com/itemview.cfm?dir=278)
www.rcbs.com/ (http://www.rcbs.com/default.aspx)
www.sinclairintl.com/ (http://www.sinclairintl.com/)
www.natchezss.com/ (http://www.natchezss.com/index.cfm)
www.midsouthshooterssupply.com/ (http://www.midsouthshooterssupply.com/)
www.jandjproducts.com/ (http://www.jandjproducts.com/).
www.midwayusa.com/ (http://www.midwayusa.com/)
www.gamaliel.com/ (http://www.gamaliel.com/)

thePirho
08-19-2009, 20:25
reserved in case of more space needs.

Fire_Medic
08-19-2009, 20:47
Add Starline to the brass you can buy direct from them, other than that I would say you have a good list going there, good job brother. :wavey:

http://www.starlinebrass.com/

CCCPsoldier
08-21-2009, 00:16
here's one i found in a thread in this forum for bullets

http://www.rmrbullets.com/

GlockSupremacy
08-21-2009, 00:43
I vote for a sticky!

here is another:

http://www.twoalphabullets.com/

ron59
08-21-2009, 06:17
And another Lead BULLET company. I saw several good reviews of them in this forum, I just ordered some, they came within a week:

http://www.missouribullet.com/

Bob2223
08-21-2009, 06:32
Great ideal !

Maybe a group for gen reloading that has it all like Midway & Midsouth , then a group for casting, moulds etc. ?


a couple more,,

bullets http://www.berrysmfg.com/default.aspx?n=582615

reloading http://www.midsouthshooterssupply.com/

Maninmirror
08-21-2009, 09:39
Are you sure your being unfair to some of the sponsors doing this? I mean making it a sticky. Just asking. Another thing I am basically new to forum stuff and semi-new to online ordering. With Google I have managed to find all this stuff myself. Or you ask. Like start a thread:)

I'm not so sure doing this research yourself isn't part of the dues a new reloader needs to pay.

It's a nice gesture but it can also be your competition to get something you've been waiting and waiting for.

Part of why we as Americans are in the Economic mess we are in has to do with not knowing how to do something on our own. Like use your Brain. Don't get me wrong I surely don't mind helping someone out when they ask. But let them ask.

What's next. Offering to place the order for them? Or doing a sticky on how to find any product for that manner.

I just think your idea helps no-one but the lazy person. Don't we have enough free-loaders already.

I am sure this will offend some of you. I am not trying to do that. It's just where do you end it. Should there be a Holster sticky a handgun sticky a blackrifle sticky tactical clothes stick . Just saying

Kansas Cockshutt
08-21-2009, 10:18
I just think your idea helps no-one but the lazy person. Don't we have enough free-loaders already.



Yikes! :upeyes:

I think it is great to share links and sources, who knows, you might stumble accross a new one and it will turn out to be better then the old reliable you have always used!

Maninmirror
08-21-2009, 10:40
Yikes! :upeyes:

I think it is great to share links and sources, who knows, you might stumble accross a new one and it will turn out to be better then the old reliable you have always used! I didn't say I was opposed to it. I am a newbie myself. Just read his opening sentence. In short it says I am wasting to much time so who can do this for me. Nothing wrong with that. what's wrong is you taking one sentence of what I wrote and making it seem as though that's all I said. That's what the media does. Twists the facts. I don't mind helping I just think it should be a thread you can't just join and use right away. Like some other forums. You have to wait awhile before selling or something.Part of being a good reloader is research research research. I don't like seeing a thread that starts out. Good load for 45 ACP. That's scary. Besides part of whats fun about figuring something out on your own is figuring it out. Granted I asked myself. But not before I look first. Help is great. Doing it all for someone else builds nothing but Lazy people.

IndyGunFreak
08-21-2009, 11:54
Are you sure your being unfair to some of the sponsors doing this? I mean making it a sticky. Just asking. Another thing I am basically new to forum stuff and semi-new to online ordering. With Google I have managed to find all this stuff myself. Or you ask. Like start a thread:)

I'm not so sure doing this research yourself isn't part of the dues a new reloader needs to pay.

It's a nice gesture but it can also be your competition to get something you've been waiting and waiting for.

Part of why we as Americans are in the Economic mess we are in has to do with not knowing how to do something on our own. Like use your Brain. Don't get me wrong I surely don't mind helping someone out when they ask. But let them ask.

What's next. Offering to place the order for them? Or doing a sticky on how to find any product for that manner.

I just think your idea helps no-one but the lazy person. Don't we have enough free-loaders already.

I am sure this will offend some of you. I am not trying to do that. It's just where do you end it. Should there be a Holster sticky a handgun sticky a blackrifle sticky tactical clothes stick . Just saying

Wow...

I think this would be good to sticky.. There's a similar thread w/ freeware software links in Tech Talk, its very useful.

IGF

Three-Five-Seven
08-21-2009, 13:15
I ain't tellin' you where I get my stuff.

freakshow10mm
08-21-2009, 13:20
Are you sure your being unfair to some of the sponsors doing this? I mean making it a sticky. Just asking. Another thing I am basically new to forum stuff and semi-new to online ordering. With Google I have managed to find all this stuff myself. Or you ask. Like start a thread:)

I'm not so sure doing this research yourself isn't part of the dues a new reloader needs to pay.

It's a nice gesture but it can also be your competition to get something you've been waiting and waiting for.

Part of why we as Americans are in the Economic mess we are in has to do with not knowing how to do something on our own. Like use your Brain. Don't get me wrong I surely don't mind helping someone out when they ask. But let them ask.

What's next. Offering to place the order for them? Or doing a sticky on how to find any product for that manner.

I just think your idea helps no-one but the lazy person. Don't we have enough free-loaders already.

I am sure this will offend some of you. I am not trying to do that. It's just where do you end it. Should there be a Holster sticky a handgun sticky a blackrifle sticky tactical clothes stick . Just saying
I'd rather have a sticky with common sources and questions rather than scan through a dozen threads asking where primers are because newbies are too stupid to read the sticky. Just took a glance at the sponsors here. Not a single one of them to my knowledge sells reloading equipment or components.

thePirho
08-21-2009, 19:53
Are you sure your being unfair to some of the sponsors doing this? I mean making it a sticky. Just asking.

If there is a sponsor that needs to be on the list tell me and I will add it to the category.


Another thing I am basically new to forum stuff and semi-new to online ordering. With Google I have managed to find all this stuff myself. Or you ask. Like start a thread:)
I doubt that you found all of these suppliers when you googled a particular part. That is the point, some stuff does not show up on google. Could you imagine re-inventing math because someone didn't want to help you learn it?


I'm not so sure doing this research yourself isn't part of the dues a new reloader needs to pay.
This is for buying parts and books for the craft, it has nothing to do with learning the craft. It only provides a list of where people can purchase what they need.


It's a nice gesture but it can also be your competition to get something you've been waiting and waiting for.

Part of why we as Americans are in the Economic mess we are in has to do with not knowing how to do something on our own. Like use your Brain. Don't get me wrong I surely don't mind helping someone out when they ask. But let them ask.

What's next. Offering to place the order for them? Or doing a sticky on how to find any product for that manner.
To answer your question, Yes at some point there will be the magical place where you don't have to leave your house to buy things. It will be so easy that people will not even take the time to look at what their buy or what it costs and just buy stuff. Yes I will place the order for people too, and I will charge a service fee, maybe I will call it the lazy tax.

Do you have something against the advertisements on the sides of this web page? There actually trying to sell stuff. The list at the top of this thread does not advertise anything. It lists where you can find stuff from places that have been listed by other members on this forum. It does not mean that somebody wont have to open each one of those websites up and check to see if something they need is in stock. It doesn't buy it for them. They still have to look up what they need and compare prices. This is the reloading forum, this thread helps people find websites that sell reloading equipment.


I just think your idea helps no-one but the lazy person. Don't we have enough free-loaders already.
Maybe it helps the people who need it. Like I said above it doesn't take the research out of it. It doesn't make them buy anything. It makes it easier to find what they are looking for. Instead of having to sort through which website sells what on google, its sorted here.


I am sure this will offend some of you. I am not trying to do that. It's just where do you end it. Should there be a Holster sticky a handgun sticky a blackrifle sticky tactical clothes stick . Just sayingThen why would you post something if you think it might offend them?

There is a holster stickie. http://glocktalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=786771

Its handy. It helps people find holsters with out having to go to every gun show (not that going to every gun show it bad).

Fire_Medic
08-21-2009, 20:37
Maninmirror:

Take some time please and have a look around on GT. Almost every forum that is "Specific" to something such as this one is to reloading has at least 1 sticky, in most cases more than one.

Thanks
FM :wavey:

Colorado4Wheel
08-21-2009, 20:38
PM the administrator for the reloading section. I bet he makes it a sticky.

SCANNER
08-21-2009, 22:49
thePirho and all who are willing to share their knowledge of reloading thank you for pointing the way to the yellow brick road to reloading. I too vote for stickying this thread.

ManinMirror, I'm all about every man paying his dues. I always pay my dues where paying is due. And I make sure anyone under my care does the same. But I don't believe that applies to this situation.

If you're worried about newbie horders. Don't worry I or the rest of the newbs won't buy all the reloading supplies, we still have many other steps to take before considering stocking up on supplies. If your trying to hide a secret source all for yourself, I say DON'T BE SO DARN SELFISH MAN! That source could use the business, especially in todays economy. If none of the above applies to you then just let my comments go in one eye and out the other.

I'm having a great time learning to reload inspite of all this useful information these old salts of reloading keep offering me.

Anyway, the reason I signed up with GLOCKTALK was for the comradery and the wealth of experience available to me.

SCANNER

ssax
08-21-2009, 22:58
stickyickyicky!!!

sicbstrd
08-21-2009, 23:12
bullets & brass
http://www.tjconevera.com/index.html

CCCPsoldier
08-22-2009, 13:18
i think this thread is a good idea for newbs,and anybody else.the sponsers have ads on this site easy to see,on the other hand you have to dig into this forum and this particular thread to find the links for the reloading supplies.you might get pointed here anyway if you did a google search for reloading supplies.often gun,ammo,reloading related searches will pull up threads in a forum.i vote to sticky this too

fredj338
08-22-2009, 13:21
Sticky! Much easier for the newbs that haven't already found these places. BTW, add Widener's to the list for primers & bullets.

bno762
08-23-2009, 01:56
another vote for sticky!!!!

Pook-60
08-23-2009, 07:57
Howdy

http://www.oncefiredbrass.net/ has been great for used brass. Comes to you clean and he's "generous" on the actual amount shipped.

Dane

IndyGunFreak
08-23-2009, 08:14
Not sure how many of you like plastic ammo boxes, but if you're not fond of MTM for whatever reason, I've used these w/ good results.

http://www.jandjproducts.com/

squirreld
08-23-2009, 08:23
+1 for the sticky.

vote Republican
08-23-2009, 19:06
I vote for a sticky!



No need to vote ;)

done

thePirho
08-23-2009, 19:12
Thanks for the sticky.

oldelectrician
08-23-2009, 19:39
Natchez and powder valley is where I get most of my supplies. Are you reloading for your Glock? If so, remember to stick with jacketed or plated bullets unless you change to an aftermarket barrel. I loaded a lot of plated bullets before I started using an auto progressive press. On my progressive I had a little trouble with the plated bullets deforming slightly when seating. Jacketed bullets seem to seat without a problem. I like to buy jacketed bullets directly from Montana Gold.

IndyGunFreak
08-26-2009, 09:06
The links in the first post.. You really need to edit them out.. Quite a few of them just go to Kempf, despite showing they should go elsewhere. Not sure how that happened, but all you need to do is copy/paste the URL in the edit, you don't need to use the URL feature.

The first 3 sections are good... The last 3, there's about 1 or 2, that doesn't go to Kempf.

Do you work for Kempf?.. :)

thePirho
08-26-2009, 14:55
The links in the first post.. You really need to edit them out.. Quite a few of them just go to Kempf, despite showing they should go elsewhere. Not sure how that happened, but all you need to do is copy/paste the URL in the edit, you don't need to use the URL feature.

The first 3 sections are good... The last 3, there's about 1 or 2, that doesn't go to Kempf.

Do you work for Kempf?.. :)


I dont use the URL feature it does that on its own. Ill go through and recheck them all.


EDIT

All fixed as far as I know

Colorado4Wheel
08-26-2009, 18:18
Midway USA sells the products in every category. Presses, primers, powders, you name it they sell it.

G36_Me
08-27-2009, 11:56
just bought .45 ACP bullets from Roze Distribution, 1000 rounds. their code: R118-A

i did a bunch of research and they won based upon a site that tallied what competition shooters were using.

Roze says 4-6 week delivery is what I should expect.

G36_Me
09-01-2009, 19:55
Got my Zero #118 230 gr LRN from Roze Distribution today. Very nice looking bullets. Unfortunately, I had to change 2 variables tonight when I reloaded: 1) the bullet (to the Zero brand from the Vance brand) and the powder, from Unique to WW231. I'll being going to the range tomorrow to test my new reloads.

A note on the Zero #118 bullet, seemed to have a bit less in diameter than the Vance 230 gr LRN bullet.

A question on the powder: I loaded 4.7 grains of WW231 (range from the Hodgdon Powder Company web site was 4.3 to 5.3). My only concern from searching the web was many people seemed to be loading much higher than 4.7 and above 5.3 grains. I'll see how they shoot and report back. Will be shooting them in my G36.

G36_Me
09-02-2009, 18:53
Went to the range. The new bullets and load worked 100%. They loaded, shot and extracted perfectly. The load was lite. Way less kick than factory ball and less than my normal 4.1 gr of Bullseye. I will reload more with the same formula as the accuracy seemed right on.

[original post early Sept. edit done Sept 29.
Just ordered another 1000 of same bullet. For my Glock 36 (.45 Auto) there is no leading. The uniformity and quality of the bullet is excellent. Only change to my load is had to switch to WW231 cause no Bullseye on the shelf.
MY Disclaimer: use only approved information from official sources. FYI, I am currently using 5.0 gr of 231 at this time.)

Maninmirror
09-04-2009, 11:38
Originally Posted by IndyGunFreak http://glocktalk.com/forums/images/buttons/viewpost.gif (http://glocktalk.com/forums/showthread.php?p=13654896#post13654896)
The links in the first post.. You really need to edit them out.. Quite a few of them just go to Kempf, despite showing they should go elsewhere. Not sure how that happened, but all you need to do is copy/paste the URL in the edit, you don't need to use the URL feature.

The first 3 sections are good... The last 3, there's about 1 or 2, that doesn't go to Kempf.

Do you work for Kempf?.. :)
Indy are you sure it wasn't your computer that day. I didn't noticed any problem. I have been down the whole list 2 times.

Maninmirror
09-04-2009, 11:43
Primers:
www.cabelas.com (http://www.cabelas.com/)
www.powdervalleyinc.com/ (http://www.powdervalleyinc.com/)
www.grafs.com/ (http://www.grafs.com/)
www.midwayusa.com/ (http://www.midwayusa.com/)
www.natchezss.com/index.cfm (http://www.natchezss.com/index.cfm)

This is incomplete. Did you want to leave it that way?

thePirho
09-04-2009, 12:23
Primers:
www.cabelas.com (http://www.cabelas.com/)
www.powdervalleyinc.com/ (http://www.powdervalleyinc.com/)
www.grafs.com/ (http://www.grafs.com/)
www.midwayusa.com/ (http://www.midwayusa.com/)
www.natchezss.com/index.cfm (http://www.natchezss.com/index.cfm)

This is incomplete. Did you want to leave it that way?

Well who do I need to add, it isn't very helpful if you tell me I did something wrong and don't help it fix it.

Maninmirror
09-04-2009, 12:36
Well who do I need to add, it isn't very helpful if you tell me I did something wrong and don't help it fix it. At least

http://www.wideners.com/itemview.cfm?dir=278
http://www.sinclairintl.com/
http://www.rrarms.com/
http://www.gamaliel.com/

I believe these are all active companies. I know for sure Sinclairs and wideners are.

thePirho
09-04-2009, 13:03
At least

http://www.wideners.com/itemview.cfm?dir=278
http://www.sinclairintl.com/
http://www.rrarms.com/
http://www.gamaliel.com/

I believe these are all active companies. I know for sure Sinclairs and wideners are.

Cool, thanks for the other links I'll try to add them now from my iPhone if not I'll do it later when I get off work. Do they all sell only
primers or other catgories as well?

Beware Owner
09-04-2009, 14:01
http://twoalphabullets.com/

Maninmirror
09-05-2009, 07:18
Cool, thanks for the other links I'll try to add them now from my iPhone if not I'll do it later when I get off work. Do they all sell only
primers or other catgories as well? all of the above for the most part. However I think so long as your listing them somewhere people will see whats there. If they are to lazy to research the site itself than that's their problem. You've done all the leg work. Make them do something.

Like I said I don't get on the Internet all that much. I have periods where I do more so than others. Infact I wasn't using the Internet at all for this purpose 2 months ago. I managed to find 99% of these sites with no help.

Just keep in mind some people would have you wipe their (/) if your willing.

gazzmann
09-28-2009, 21:08
www.dardascastbullets.com
Superior, honest, reliable service!
John

thePirho
11-26-2009, 18:06
www.dardascastbullets.com (http://www.dardascastbullets.com)
Superior, honest, reliable service!
John

Got a 1000 9mm and they work and look great.

jaybirdjtt
01-03-2010, 15:32
Don't forget these guys! My 375 H&H dies from them go back to 1967! The 264 WM...back to 1963. The good old days.
http://www.rcbs.com/default.aspx

lucky-gunner
01-23-2010, 19:19
Please add us to the list at the top of the sticky. We've got bullets (http://www.luckygunner.com/reloading/bullets), casings (http://www.luckygunner.com/reloading/casings), and now primers (http://www.luckygunner.com/reloading/primers) (!) in stock in our reloading supplies (http://www.luckygunner.com/reloading) section: LuckyGunner.com (http://www.luckygunner.com)

vtbluegrass
01-27-2010, 15:02
Please add us to the list at the top of the sticky. We've got bullets (http://www.luckygunner.com/reloading/bullets), casings (http://www.luckygunner.com/reloading/casings), and now primers (http://www.luckygunner.com/reloading/primers) (!) in stock in our reloading supplies (http://www.luckygunner.com/reloading) section: LuckyGunner.com (http://www.luckygunner.com)


I haven't ordered reloading supplies from this company yet. But I did or some loaded ammo(45 and 380) at very competitive prices(they have piles of 380 ammo).Also you don't have to order 8 gillion items to get a volume discount. It is also a very user friendly website and the number of items in stock is listed next to each item. I got my order within a week of my order being placed.

hbchuey
01-30-2010, 10:14
I don't see bayoubullets.com on your list. Needs to be added under "bullets"

glock379
02-27-2010, 09:39
I know some of the suppliers listed here are big names and it goes without saying that they are reputable. But for the lesser known names on the list to people like myself, are they reputable and honest? Has anyone actually ordered from them and had good experiences? Just sayin'...should there be a list of "bad guys" to avoid? Maybe there already is, if so excuse my ignorance.:supergrin:

Craig

thePirho
02-27-2010, 10:35
I would say most of them have had business from people on this site. I don't think some one would recommend them if they ran some kinda scam.

glock379
02-27-2010, 11:25
Just a side note. I am currently waiting on an order from one of the suppliers on this list. Ordered Feb 15th, still have not received product. I'm getting vague answers to emails and some not answered at all. Seller says order shipped, but has not provided a tracking number. I'll report the outcome, good or bad.

Craig

glock379
03-01-2010, 08:30
Just a side note. I am currently waiting on an order from one of the suppliers on this list. Ordered Feb 15th, still have not received product. I'm getting vague answers to emails and some not answered at all. Seller says order shipped, but has not provided a tracking number. I'll report the outcome, good or bad.

Craig

Seller issued a full refund with no explanation.

Beware Owner
03-01-2010, 09:22
Name?

IndyGunFreak
03-01-2010, 09:42
Seller issued a full refund with no explanation.

Why would you not tell us? At least give us a heads up on who who to avoid.

IGF

glock379
03-01-2010, 10:28
Why would you not tell us? At least give us a heads up on who who to avoid.

IGF

PM's sent to IGF and Beware Owner.

If anyone else wants to know, PM me. I didn't know if moderators would frown on postings of this nature. If they approve I will post it here.

Craig

DEADLYACCURATE
03-02-2010, 20:26
put cabelas on all of the categories

Kula
03-26-2010, 06:17
I was wondering if anybody had trouble with this company. I think I got scamed. Placed a order for 500 bullets on March 7 on line, and recieved a confirmation email saying my order was taken. Then I call and find out if the order was shipped and get no help. Left three phone messages and one email with no responce.
Has anyone else delt this company if they are lagit!!

Vossman
03-26-2010, 08:34
I was wondering if anybody had trouble with this company. I think I got scamed. Placed a order for 500 bullets on March 7 on line, and recieved a confirmation email saying my order was taken. Then I call and find out if the order was shipped and get no help. Left three phone messages and one email with no responce.
Has anyone else delt this company if they are lagit!!

I have got a few thousand 9mm & 45 from them with no problem. I got a busted box one time called and complained and they sent a few hundred right out.I also know others that use them with no problem. Don't sweat it bro you'll get you're Bullets.

Bello
10-22-2010, 17:26
chimed in for a quick save.

ace21
11-12-2010, 14:18
Great List

ARSMITH
03-10-2011, 23:35
Here's another good one for brass, being a little biased, but I think I have some of the best prices on certain items on the web. So help a fellow Glocker out. http://www.centerfirebrass.com (http://www.centerfirebrass.com/)

SilentVectorX
03-17-2011, 23:40
http://www.scharch.com/

Raw/processed/new/primed brass, bullets, loaded ammo, and combo deals. A couple years ago a scored fully processed 308 brass for $0.17ea here.

JDSTG58
05-10-2011, 16:20
........

AZson
06-04-2011, 17:29
How good are pulled bullets for reloading?

HexHead
12-12-2011, 09:07
A friend of mine opened a reloading supplies store a few months ago. He's got some hard to find calibers and stuff like military surplus powder if you load .223.

ahreloading.com (http://ahreloading.com)

He used to own a full line gun store, now just reloading supplies.

HexHead
12-12-2011, 09:14
How good are pulled bullets for reloading?

Fine, if done right.

jbh165nc
12-12-2011, 09:45
I have had several successful orders from these folks at a decent price:
http://www.capefearbrass.com/

logger2
03-06-2012, 21:16
After reading these comments, I hesitate to even ask for guidance on a 10 mm load. This is my first forum ever and the impression given is that "newbies" are not overly welcome. I do however have over 30 yrs experience reloading my own hunting rounds and would appreciate any input given on what has worked for you in a Glock 20. Never reloaded a pistol round and really hate to waste money buying components that really don't work very well. So far I have ordered the starline brass. Leaning towards a medium weight bullet, but no bias as yet. Thanks

Colorado4Wheel
09-05-2012, 07:22
After reading these comments, I hesitate to even ask for guidance on a 10 mm load. This is my first forum ever and the impression given is that "newbies" are not overly welcome. I do however have over 30 yrs experience reloading my own hunting rounds and would appreciate any input given on what has worked for you in a Glock 20. Never reloaded a pistol round and really hate to waste money buying components that really don't work very well. So far I have ordered the starline brass. Leaning towards a medium weight bullet, but no bias as yet. Thanks

We get the same questions over and over. But the real annoying part is when people take the time to answer and the newbie ignores the responses or refuses to even do a little bit of work to research the answer themselves (given some advice from the forum).
To your question. You will find people semi reluctant to give reloading data on the forum for liability reasons. Most will say get three sources and then average them.
The right answer for 10mm is a medium speed powder (not faster then unique) and a 180gr or heavier bullet. Some love to pick light bullets and go fast. But I would start in the middle like I suggested. Power Pistol, AA7, Longshot is great for Max loads. Grab your manuals and start browsing. Once you have done that the right thing to do is start your own thread and not change the direction of a existing thread.
Good Luck.