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If you are fortunate enough to take advantage of this local resource do it. Jim is a pleasure to spend a day with, he has a truly unique history and a treasure trove of knowledge to share. I left with a single reloaded bullet and feel it was a great $100.00 spent. (no plans to shoot that bullet) Also, do not take a lunch, The Pasty Shop is next door and a great part of the day on its own.
Always heard from others, don't use plated bullets! Tried these Rainier 240 HP in my 44 mag, and will always use these in future. No leading and easy to load. Had NO issues and I've been through almost a thousand rounds now. The owner, Jim, said that it was what he uses in his 44, and it looks like he knows what he is talking about.
Ordered these even through they were out of stock and backordered. Imagine my surprise when I received them just a week later, wasn't a very long wait at all. I ordered these because I usually get Berrys, but these were a little less expensive and in the long run, I like them just as well. Thanks for the good service and letting me know about the backorder status.
Received 500 of these a few days after I ordered them. Well there were actually 511. Good condition and after inspection, they all were reloadable. Was well worth it for my first buy.
Tried the Hornady 110 FMJ and the Rainiers. I know the Rainiers are plated, but I can't tell any difference between them. Next time I'll order the Rainiers and save a few bucks.
Bought bag of Starline 300 blackout brass, then called Jim for an order of a couple of the once fired brass. He even tossed in a couple of those Rainier 180 subsonics for me to try. Once I get the load data for them, looking forward to trying them. The brass and bullets are good, but am really pleased that when I order something, the guy on the phone knows what I am talking about and is not just typing up an order. Prices are quite good, but Customer Service is GREAT!
Stopped by the store and got a case of these and a thousand once fired brass. Took me most of the week to load up that many, but fired a few hundred out at Knights Trail over last weekend and they shot true to form. Good target loads for my AR.
Read somewhere about shooting grapfruit, well let me tell you shooting oranges is a little more of a challenge at 30 yards and a lot of fun. They make a big blast, never knew that fruit and Rainier's for my 10mm would be so much fun! Thanks for the suggestions guys!
excellent product fast free shipping whats not to like.Dave W.
Tried these and the Berry's and I can't tell any difference between them at the range. Both seem to do quite well, and are quite accurate. Lot of people talk bad about the plated bullets, but I think that are just as good for targets and plinking. Thanks for recommending them. Saved me a chunk of change.
Happy that Berry's has a rounded base, makes it much easier to seat and I don't have to flare as much.
Bought a lot of once fired brass, but yours has been the best... not perfect but very good. Sometimes a few watermarks, but always clean, inside and out.
Good little plinker for my 30 cal. Not near as expensive as using the Vmax bullets, but still very accurate.
Pleased with the 300 Blackout brass just received. Inspected it and found they all look just fine. Per your recommendations, I will resize them as after we talked, I tried chambering them and you were right, they were a little tighter than I thought. Never realized that new factory brass should always be resized too.
Appreciate your recommendation on these Jim. They worked out very well, and you are right, I can't find a better price for 223 FMJ bullets. Thanks.
Fourth order and still quite happy. Last order some of the brass was a darker color, but damn were they clean! Shot them and then cleaned and polished them and they looked ok after that. Must have been in the cleaning solution a little longer than needed, I've done that myself a few times too.
Appreciate your stocking the 10mm Starline brass in the 100 packs. I don't reload a lot, so buying just 1 or 200 is exactly what I'm looking for. Same with the bullets... and really appreciate the free shipping!
Didn't see any load data posted, so want to pass on what I use for the Rainier 180 SubSonics. I don't recommend anyone else use this, but it works well for my reloading friends and is what I consider a safe load. 9.5 gr Trail Boss, light crimp, 2.7" OAL 11 grains, Lil'Gun, light crimp, 2.75" OAL Admin Note: We don't publish or recommend reloading data, but allow this post as an INFORMATIONAL ONLY POST. Use with caution.
Called in to see if they could handle an order for our gun club... we needed 20,000 rounds of new brass. We got that plus a bunch of bullets too. Less than a week later WE HAD ALL OF IT!!! Couldn't believe they could handle an order that size and get it to us in time for the matches. This is our new supplier!!! Thanks guys, you came through.
My favorite powder and now I find out you guys are just a couple of miles away. Thanks!
Finally! Found some one close that sells powder and primers. Drove over 30 miles and it was worth it! Thanks for being there for me!
Bought these for plinking, but found they work great for prairie dogs too. For the price and free shipping, I don't think I can find a better deal anywhere. Thanks guys, these work great.
Friend recommend I buy some of these so I did. Got 1,000 of them and got the works... deprimed, sized and swaged. Got them a few days later and was very pleased. Some may have been crimped, but I couldn't tell as the pockets were nicely reamed and cleaned. Didn't see any I couldn't load, and all loaded well. Only shot a few hundred, but I will be buying more.
Ordered these and some of those Rainier subsonic bullets. Good combination and they loaded in my Dillon very easily and were very accurate.
I've reloaded a lot of bullets and I find Hornady to always be a good choice. I use these for plinking and sighting in and they are really worth it.