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 Post subject: Re: My new .357!
Unread postPosted: Mon May 09, 2016 11:34 pm 
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I am not to worried about the accuracy of the 9mm. I have seen reports go both ways. Mostly different point of aim for the different caliber. Regardless, I plan on shooting mostly 357. More fun to shoot a heavier caliber for a revolver like this and as I mentioned recoil is just enough to enjoy a lot of shooting without any harsh recoil. I ordered 600 rounds from Freedommunitions, and set of dies to reload. Freedom is very good ammo and great prices. This last order was free shipping with this promotion very often. The 9mm will be for plinking. I have tons of it and reload the heck out of it, so always available.

One thing I did notice, I really liked the CoCobo grips I ordered for the Heritage. Nice quality for the money. Most Ruger grips cost a lot more. I did order a a wood grip for the Blackhawk, with finger grooves. We will see how they work out. One other thing, I have shot 357 in some smaller revolvers and yes very loud. I did not seem to notice much difference in noise from most 9's with this gun.


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 Post subject: Re: My new .357!
Unread postPosted: Wed May 11, 2016 3:20 am 
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Ulmus wrote:
If I can find .357 rounds for $20-$25 I'll get some, but I'm not paying $45 just to put them through paper.


Freedom Munitions-You can buy 357. NEW for $14.00 a box of 50, and $13.00 for their re-manufactured. It is very clean good shooting ammo. Shipping is cheap and many times have free shipping.


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 Post subject: Re: My new .357!
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Nice! Thanks for the heads up!


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 Post subject: Re: My new .357!
Unread postPosted: Fri Aug 19, 2016 4:32 am 
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Also note, that LAX ammo offers some great deals on 357. I have not used them for 357., but range buddies speak highly of them. I did order 500 rds of 22,cal and shipping was very fast and packed well. Here is the link. Note that you can get it shipped in a can for a good price and their shipping cost is much lower than most companies.
https://www.laxammo.com/lax-factory-new ... 57-mag-new

Also note: To keep up on good deal use this http://www.ammospy.net/ammo/22lr

While using ammo spy, search low cost shipping on different sellers.


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 Post subject: Re: My new .357!
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Thanks for the links. I use gunbot sometimes, but then I have to wade through to compare shipping costs.


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