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    berry bullets

    Any one using, or have used berry bullets 45 cal or 40 cal, HP or other brands that aren't to expensive, looking for 500-1000 of each, any info would be appreciated, Thanks.


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    I have heard OK things about Berry but have not used them. I have read that at very very high speed, they may come apart, however when I questioned that, someone came back and said that they have used them for many years and never had a problem with them.

    Buy Berry

    I mostly stick with Rainier Ballistics for bulk purchases.

    Rainier Ballistics, LLC | LeadSafe Bullets

    Another good one for bulk is Montana Gold

    https://www.montanagoldbullet.com/pricelist.html


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    Thanks HK i'll look into those also.

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    Berrys is good stuff. Load to midrange velocity and enjoy. I've loaded about 4K in .45 and 2K in .40 with great results.
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    I too load my .45 in the lower to mid range. ~2000 flawless rounds. Also use them for .380 with ~1000 flawless rounds
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    One thing you don't want to do is put a heavy crimp on them. The plating is thin and you can cut through it if you're not careful. But for auto pistol rounds they're the bee's knees.

    Check tjconevera.com for great prices and free shipping
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    I've used the .45 ones for reloading. Never had any issues with them.

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