Any .38 / .357 Mag Reloaders Here ?

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Any .38 / .357 Mag Reloaders Here ?

Postby Dodgem250 » Sun Oct 18, 2009 6:06 am

I'm interested in knowing if there is anyone in the Southern Maryland area who reloads the 38/357 cartridges. I have a bunch of once fired brass and I would like to have some reloaded for my wife and her revolver. The .38 is impossible to find in the Southern Maryland area.
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Postby Dodgem250 » Tue Nov 03, 2009 2:01 pm

Well, I am happy to say I just ordered 10 boxes of MagTech 38 Special +P for $13.39 50/box. I've used this ammo before and I'm extremely happy with it.

What a beautiful day it has become... and Shipping was free !

The only problem is, they only have 90 boxes left in stock now.
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Postby adaye » Tue Nov 03, 2009 6:37 pm

I may have to start reloading myself. I don't shoot that often but man is some ammo hard to come by and expensive at that.

I've been getting ready for a hunting trip and have been practicing with my 30 30 and ammo for that is hard to find.

I went to three places to look for the leverevolution ammo and no one had any. Even the cheaper 3030 rounds were in very short supply. Some of which was pretty darn pricey.
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Postby Dodgem250 » Wed Nov 04, 2009 5:09 am

I am in the same boat my friend. I am seriously considering buying a progressive press and learning the art of reloading. I know several guys that do their own, so, the learning process will be quick. I found the .38 Special +P at Grafs & Sons www.Grafs.com maybe try them for your 3030.
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