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Old March 8th, 2017, 11:20 AM   #1
 
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I hope they keep going, I like their plated bullets(and .223 jacketed)and have been using them for years.



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I use them too, but my last order took a month to get. I was in no hurry, but thought that was a bit much.
I like their bullets and hope it works out.
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I've been real happy with Xtreme. Love the plated DEWC in my 38's. Hope they hang in there !
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I have been getting lots of 5% off and other discount offers lately.
They have been shipping within two days of the order date and the shipping rates
are very reasonable.

Here is my pledge "Let's shoot more" ;-)
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I've had a few orders ship within about 3 days of placing the order. I've also had a few orders that took up to 3 weeks to be shipped.

They always have deals on holidays like free shipping and 5 to 10% off so I never order from them unless it is a holiday.
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I bought a bunch of 165gr 9mm bullets on the 27th. Showing out for delivery today.
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I use Xtreme about 90% of the time. I have no problem with the length of time between order and ship and have never once had any problems. I get what I ordered at a reasonable price and don't think I've had even one bullet that was damaged.
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