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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark-II View Post
    Magtech is commercial reloads, aren't they? Or I'm confused
    I asked and received the following answer:

    Dear customer,
    We confirm that we use brand new brass for the cases.
    Best regards, …..

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    If you can post the name of the seller, why would you not be able to post the price?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CLW .45 View Post
    If you can post the name of the seller, why would you not be able to post the price?
    Quote Originally Posted by road kill View Post
    Got home from the gun show to find a email from SFRC, for you guys not on the email list I would recommend it. Get first kick at deals, 5.56 62gr FMJ for a heck of a deal. Not sure if i'm allowed to post the price but it is less than 40cents/round before tax. I ordered 1000 rounds.
    Quote Originally Posted by road kill View Post
    It's not on the regular web site, you need to be signed up for their email notification, it's called Mag tech ammo, not sure who makes it.
    SFRC is a banner vendor, so name is fine.

    Courtesy to the seller, as the email notification is rewarding his repeat customers. Based on the frequency of “sold out” in the Canadian retail firearms industry, it helps maintain a client base and reduce the need for “pre-order” situations...

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    Well I have 1000 rounds incoming. My kids wonder why I need more....silly kids I tell them "buy it cheap and pile it deep". May have to move the keys to the ammo lockers so they can't borrow ammo.

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    1000 rounds is nothing. it's like have petty cash.
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    Oh this batch only makes the pile a little higher.

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    Well it has arrived, to the wrong address. UPS drivers can't read numbers on buildings I guess. Off to town to pick up my ammo.

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