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Does anyone know where to get a good deal of match grade .300wm ammo in bulk(500 rds)?
I've been looking at black hills, but I'm open to other options if the price is right.

I'll need it prior to Nov.25th
 

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The only other 1 I know of is TTI Armory they have 190 hpbt and 178 a-max I believe. There are many many custom loaders out there but I doubt they can meet your time frame.
 

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Jeremy said:
The only other 1 I know of is TTI Armory they have 190 hpbt and 178 a-max I believe. There are many many custom loaders out there but I doubt they can meet your time frame.
Thanks, thats kinda what I thought. I'll probably end up waiting till the spring to take the class.
 

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What type of class and what range is involved? If frangiable ammo is allowed most oremium hunting ammo will work as long as the gu likes it. Win, Rem federal, hornady all make very accurate ammo with top quality bullets.
 

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Mach5 said:
I need some really good .22LR for target shooting. Is there a difference in match grade .22lr?
Eley makes the best. It ain't cheap but it's the most consistant most accurate .22 ammo you'll find.
 

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My FFL and I shoot the EPS. We go to match shoots at the sportsmans clubs and use cheap marlin rifles and 40$ tasco lumina scopes and beat the guys will 1200$ guns with 24x scopes that shoot shitty plain Rem and Win ammo. It really pisses them off lol
 

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Jeremy said:
What type of class and what range is involved? If frangiable ammo is allowed most oremium hunting ammo will work as long as the gu likes it. Win, Rem federal, hornady all make very accurate ammo with top quality bullets.
Its a Precision Rifle class. They focus on ranges up to 600 yards, but he does have a 1000 yard range that we can shoot.

I've always shot hornady and remington ammo and it seems to group well with it.
The instructor recommends match grade, but I'm not sure it would be necessary.
 

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As long as you can use expanding ammo it shouldn't be a big problem. Most factory ammo is high quality and consistant and a sciricco and ballistic tip bullet aren't a whole lot less accurate than an A-max. Granted I load my own but with barnes 140gn xlc hunting type bullets I have no problem hitting what I want out to 1000yds with them in my 7mmstw
 

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Mach5 said:
Thanks, I think I'm going to go with some of this... http://www.remington.com/products/ammunition/rimfire/remington-ELEY_competition.asp ...in the target rifle.
That stuff is a waste of money, you're paying for the REM name.

REM eps match is 10.99/50 Eley is 16.80/ 100

Rem club xtra is 7.99/50 Eley is 9.98/ 100

Rem target rifle is 6.99/50 Eley is 8.40/ 100

The only diff in the ammo is the marking on the rim but remington is making a hugh profit for putting their name on it. They charge almost 2x as much as the Eley made stuff costs because Eley is european and isn't real well known outside od the match community and Rem is an american name, people don't realise their getting raped just because of the R on the rim.
 
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