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Last Edited by apokalypsis December 5, 2017 at 08:44 AM
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Use code MEG at checkout.

Not valid on ammo, of course...see attached image for other restrictions.

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Both work fine for me.

The second one is only a link to the banner advertising the deal.
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yes, since you added a second link.
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promo code "MDK" gets you free shipping and 10% off. Works on ammo too Wink
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promo code "MDK" gets you free shipping and 10% off. Works on ammo too Wink
So with 10%, free ship, rebate then the 9mm in the link below comes out to about 13.9 cents per round. I'm new to 9mm ammo, so for anyone with knowledge on market prices, is this a good deal? I hope so because I placed an order for 2,000 rounds.

https://www.brownells.com/ammunit...?rrec=true
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Huh, I couldnt get "MDK" to work on some 9mm ammo I just added to cart. Says:

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So with 10%, free ship, rebate then the 9mm in the link below comes out to about 13.9 cents per round. I'm new to 9mm ammo, so for anyone with knowledge on market prices, is this a good deal? I hope so because I placed an order for 2,000 rounds.

https://www.brownells.com/ammunit...?rrec=true
That's a good deal for Federal, but a big commitment to FMJ in a single grain weight without knowledge of how it shoots in your firearm (I'm assuming this since you don't have knowledge of the market) . Normally you would want to shoot a box from a few different manufacturers with different characteristics and see how they perform before stacking it that deep. But great deal none the less.
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That's a good deal for Federal, but a big commitment to FMJ in a single grain weight without knowledge of how it shoots in your firearm (I'm assuming this since you don't have knowledge of the market) . Normally you would want to shoot a box from a few different manufacturers with different characteristics and see how they perform before stacking it that deep. But great deal none the less.
Thanks for the feedback! I just got a Sig P938, so I don't expect there to be any issue especially since it is Sig+Federal. I got a free box of the same when I bought my gun, but only shot about (20) rounds through so far. This is just target ammo. I still need to find bulk defense ammo. I also plan on getting that foldable Keltec 9mm rifle when I can find it in stock. I'm coming from .40 (S&W 40VE & Glock 23). If I venture into a new caliber, I require at least (2) firearms that will shoot that caliber and at least 2,500 rounds on hand, so I can't afford to collect them all (at least yet).
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Thanks for the feedback! I just got a Sig P938, so I don't expect there to be any issue especially since it is Sig+Federal. I got a free box of the same when I bought my gun, but only shot about (20) rounds through so far. This is just target ammo. I still need to find bulk defense ammo. I also plan on getting that foldable Keltec 9mm rifle when I can find it in stock. I'm coming from .40 (S&W 40VE & Glock 23). If I venture into a new caliber, I require at least (2) firearms that will shoot that caliber and at least 2,500 rounds on hand, so I can't afford to collect them all (at least yet).
Issues are just one side of it, overall accuracy is another and sometimes it is just a matter of the firearm/ammo combination with neither being at fault. Anyways, if you like Federal and are looking for "bulk" defense ammo, look at the offering below and look through some of their other offerings (they have the government contract Federal HPs and I like the Magtech bonded for the price). It's a great place to buy from and they stayed consistent on shipping costs during 2013/2014. Enjoy the new Sig.

http://www.sgammo.com/product/fed...-point-9bp
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