There are many options available for most common calibers of ammunition. A shooter on the hunt for the best ammo must first consider what his purpose is for the ammo. Every job requires a proper tool and every shooting situation calls for the proper ammo. Wholesale or what is sometimes referred to as bulk ammo will often be the best ammo for the shooting situation. However there are other situations that call for specialized ammunition. Below are distinctions between wholesale and specialty ammunition.
The primary appeal to wholesale or bulk ammunition is the price savings. There are many options for various calibers of wholesale ammunition. Wholesale ammunition is well suited for most shooters’ needs. Wholesale ammunition will generally meet the expected standards of accuracy and reliability for most shooting applications. Wholesale ammo is sometimes refurbished and reloaded to meet industry standards for quality and marketability. The reloading process and sourcing options wholesalers have for components like powder, primers, and projectiles allows wholesalers to offer a discounted price to their customers.
Wholesale ammo is best bough in bulk quantities of 1000 rounds to realize the best savings available. Bulk ammunition is generally loaded with ball or solid point projectiles as these are best suited for most target, and recreational shooting applications. There are several suppliers that stock and ship orders of wholesale ammunition to your door.
Specialty ammo is better suited for specific applications, there is great flexibility in the composition of a cartridge depending on your selection of components and tolerances. Specialty ammo generally is hand loaded providing higher standards of quality and reliability than wholesale ammo. Specialty ammo may be designed for high accuracy shooting, self-defense, hunting or other specialized applications.
The benefit of specialty ammo allows the shooter to customize his ammunition to not only the task at hand but also to his particular firearm. The attention to detain in specialty ammo results in higher accuracy, repeatability, and confidence in the shooter. Specialty ammo normally costs more than wholesale ammo does , but there are certain situations that demand more than a simple wholesale quality round that is used for target practice. When precision and reliability are a must specialty ammo may be preferred.
There are different firearms for different purposes; similarly, there are different kinds of ammo for different purposes, proper selection of both is important for the savvy shooter. Keeping a sizable supply of wholesale ammo on hand for practice and recreation is a good idea, practice and trigger time at the range have more positive effect on accuracy than any specialty ammo will. Specialty ammo should also be kept on hand for the situation at hand whatever that may be.