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Precision Delta vs Montana Gold bullets ?

Discussion in 'Ammo & Reloading' started by Hangfire, Apr 20, 2019.

  1. SPDguns

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    montana gold.been to there factory.great place,great bullets.10mm,45acp,44 mag,41 mag
     
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    Has anyone compared the MG or PD to Rocky Mountain Reloading bullets? I've had good luck with them, just wondering if there's an accuracy advantage with the others, RMR is quite a bit cheaper.
     
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    I stand to be corrected but I believe Rocky Mountain bullets are plated......MG and PD bullets are jacketed.
     
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    They have both.
    I'm willing to pay the extra if there is a noticeable accuracy difference between the MG or PD and the RMR, but at $79 a thousand, shipped for the 115gr jacketed I'm not sure there'd be that much improvement vs cost, they even have sales regularly for 6-10% off. I didn't notice much difference between Hornady and RMR so I've stuck with the RMR's.
     

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