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Old 05-13-2017, 06:56 PM
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Default Cheapish Zero jacketed bullets in stock.

I just checked Roze Distribution and they finally are showing some stock on their 357 Mag 125 grain and 158 grain JHP bullets. I just ordered me a couple thousand of their 158 grain JHP bullets as well as a thousand of their 147 grain JHP 9MM bullets. I've shot their 158 grain JSP bullets before but never their JHP bullets. I found their JSP bullets to be some quality bullets at a decent price for range play. I figured I would give their 9MM 147 grainers a try out too while I was placing the order. BTW, shipping is free too, so that helps make the price decent.

Just a FYI for everyone here looking to stock up on some decent jacketed bullets.

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Old 05-13-2017, 07:07 PM
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Pretty decent pricing. Actually cheaper than Xtreme plated bullets, and free shipping on 1000 or more bullets. I wish I hadn't already spent this month's reloading supplies budget (and then some ).
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Old 05-14-2017, 02:32 AM
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I have had great luck with their products in the past


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Old 05-14-2017, 02:43 AM
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It's surprising that after such a long drought of them not having any 158gr JSP/JHP available that they finally do. I'm glad to see that.

A month ago I saw they had (2) orders available & grabbed (1) of the 158gr JHP. They mic @ .3575" avg diameter & 158.4gr avg from a random sample of (10). Very uniform & shoot great. I like them.

I tried their new 125gr JTC-HP (it's a truncated cone hollow-point that looks like it's more for an auto-pistol but has a cannelure) a while back & even though I'm not a light bullet guy, they shot very well. Just needed to go (10) clicks up on the rear sight from my 158gr setting. They run .3571" & 124.9gr average.

I also like their .40 165gr & 180gr JHPs for my 40s & 10mm as well as there 185gr JHP in my 45ACPs. I use their 230gr JHPs too, even in my 45 Colt loads.

Yeah, I'm a Zero fan.

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Zero bullets are excellent, the owner funds a pistol team at the National Matches every year.
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