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    Thumbs up 9 Mak Ammo ???

    I spent most of the afternoon looking for
    some very good or decent 100 count of 9x18 Mak or 9 Mak ammo. Since when do you have to be a Rich Man to shoot very good 9 Mak ammo. I seen good 9 Mak ammo in 100 count boxes for 325.00 to
    over 400.00 plus. I'm not going to spend that much or put that cheesy ammo through my Custom built 9 Mak. and see it go to crap even after very good cleanings. Does anyone know where to buy good decent 9 Mak ammo without having to break the bank ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by imntxs554 View Post
    9 Mak ammo in 100 count boxes for 325.00 to
    over 400.00 plus
    That's worse than our prices...
    Regards, Jim

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    Here's one

    Quote Originally Posted by browningautorifleicon View Post
    That's worse than our prices...
    This is one I use.....Its Crazy
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    So, that's a case of 1000rds...that's what I see here. Here's the company I order .22 RF from, a box of 50 rds times 20 boxes is more than you pay. The cheap one is almost $680CDN...before shipping and taxes.
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    I think that if I had a pistol that chambered the 9 mm Mak, i would reload by trimming 9x19 mm Luger cases, resize the mouth for .364/365 bullets and use Barry's lead plated
    .364 dia bullets. Bullseye powder is also a good choice

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    Quote Originally Posted by RCS View Post
    I think that if I had a pistol that chambered the 9 mm Mak, i would reload by trimming 9x19 mm Luger cases, resize the mouth for .364/365 bullets and use Barry's lead plated
    .364 dia bullets. Bullseye powder is also a good choice

    I really wish I had started to reload when I wanted to, but I never did. I think I will start there is a guy here that took over this older gun shop that will teach you after you get what you need. There's also DVD's that cover only reloading.
    Frank

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    I bought a case of Mesko 9mm Makarov a couple months back for $350-ish for 1000. Think Aim Surplus and Atlantic had it but maybe it was cheaper from Aim? It's kinda high but then again anything but .22lr and 9x19 is high now.

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