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I have made many trips to Walmart in the past week and they have bin all out of 40 s&w ammo, so i am looking into ordering on line. Freedom*Munitions have very good prices, has anyone bought ammo from them ?
 

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I've brought 1500 rounds from them.Only had 1 round that was bad.They have some of the best prices around. They also have a brass trade deal working.
 

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That's good news, i like it that they sell 500 round boxes, i don't shoot as much as most on this board. What about their blaster:training ammo, i dont play with my gun and ammo, just shoot it so how it looks does not matter as long as it functions ;)
 

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Freedom Munitions: Good Stuff

I've bought 38 specials .380 ACP, and 45 Colt from them. All good stuff in brand-new Starline brass cases.

Good stuff at a good price with great customer service.
 

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you cannot go wrong with freedommunitions. the blaster is an even better deal and there's nothing wrong with it at all. frankly with the crap coming in the WWB these days your question about reliability ought to be directed to Winchester, not Freedommunitions
 

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No problems

Gone through between 500-1000 rds of their reman product so far and just ordered a total of 750 rds of their new this last time around.
 

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I have had good luck with their .45 re-manufactured. I have shot over a 2,000 rounds with a Glock 21 and Blackhawk with not a single problem. And the price is great, with the brass trade-in program I cannot find it cheaper anywhere.

I ordered both remanuractured and new the first time, and could not visually tell the difference, other than the new was a blazer shells and the reman was many different shells. I talked to the manufacturer and they told me the process for reman and new is the same. Same bullets, same primer, same gunpowder, same machines, same process. The only difference is used shells.

I expect all of my future purchases will be .45 remanufactured unless they change the price.
 

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I just ordered 250 new 44 mag for $141 (including shipping). Can't beat that deal anywhere. The cheapest I was getting it before was at bulkammo.com but freedom is $0.05 / round cheaper.
 

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I haven't bought anything from them yet, but based on their prices & selection I'll definitely be keeping them in mind for future ammo needs.

One odd thing is that they don't offer any discount for buying in bulk, other than the unit cost of shipping is a tad less. Actually, due to their rounding, there are situations where 20 boxes of 50 will cost perhaps 20 cents less than a case of 1,000. I wonder how many neurotic cheapskates like me notice that.
 

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For any of you in the Houston area, their retail store is opening in a week or two.
This is bad news for those of us nowhere near Houston, cause now they charge sales tax to TX residents. :mad:

I'm going to have to check out other vendors to see if Freedom still has best overall cost.
 

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This info would be helpful, i have 20 differant ammo web sites that i check daily and all charge more for ammo than Freedom Munitions.
 

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I usually go to ammoseek.com which lists a lot of dealers and the prices they charge for ammo by the box and per round, so compairing prices is easy at one website.
But Freedom munitions has very good prices.
 

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Nothing but good things being said on the forums about Freedom Munitions, so I ordered some reman in 9mm and .45 ACP. Don’t need either, but wanted to try them out. I’ll shoot it all when it arrives. I really wanted to try their .223/5.56, but they are out of stock in all of it.
 
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