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Posted On: 3/27/2023
By: geogge steadham
A: Thanks for reaching out George! We made it easy to learn your order's total price tag before you commit to buying anything. Please follow these three quick steps: https://www.luckygunner.com/get-shipping-costs
Posted On: 3/14/2023
By: Lawrece Robbins
A: Thank you for reaching out Lawrence! Getting your order's total price with tax and shipping before you provide any payment information is easy. Please just follow these three quick steps: https://www.luckygunner.com/get-shipping-costs. At present we are only offering this promotion on the 1,000-round case of Blazer Brass 9mm.
Posted On: 3/12/2023
By: Jesus Leal
A: Thanks for reaching out Jesus! By default we will ship a single case of ammunition in its obvious factory packaging. But if you would prefer, we can also ship your order to you in a plain cardboard box. Please click the "overbox" option during checkout and we'll make it discreet for you!
Posted On: 1/29/2023
A: No sir. We always point out when ammo is overpressure.
Posted On: 12/16/2022
A: Sorry sir! Sorry, Lucky Gunner is not able to ship ammo to Massachusetts due to the state's strict laws.
Posted On: 11/12/2022
A: I'm sorry sir, but we're unable to ship to Chicago. We are able to ship to many other parts of Illinois, however. You can learn more about our service to IL here: https://www.luckygunner.com/illinois-ammo-sales
Posted On: 10/10/2022
By: Fred Ragsdale
A: My apologies sir. Lucky Gunner is no longer able to ship ammunition to California, not even to FFL dealers or Licensed Ammunition Vendors in the state.
Posted On: 9/27/2022
By: Robert Curtis
A: Thanks for reaching out Robert! I cannot tell you exactly how much recoil you will perceive; that is subjective due to the unique structure of your skeleton and nervous system, which I quite naturally cannot measure. But I can give you an objective estimate of the difference in the cartridges' recoil energy. Let us reasonably assume both cartridges have five grains of propellant and we are firing a 23.63 ounce Glock 17. The 115 grain cartridge would generate 5.27 ft lbs of recoil energy; the 124 grain cartridge would generate 5.51 ft lbs of recoil energy. The 115 grain cartridge accordingly generates less recoil energy – but the difference is so small that you may have a difficult time noticing it. I hope that helps!
Posted On: 7/5/2022
By: Thomas Makley
A: Thanks for reaching out Thomas! We're able to ship to anyone's home in Ohio so long as they're 21 or older. You can calculate your order's shipping costs before you commit to the purchase by following these three easy steps: luckygunner.com/get-shipping-costs
Posted On: 4/9/2019
A: Hi Jeb. Manufacturers have very specific methods for determining whether they market a bullet as Jacketed or plated. It add depends on the thickness of the plating and there is no industry standard that would make sure everyone is on the same page, so to speak. If a manufacturer sells the bullet as jacketed, and we change that, we can have issues from having done so. I fully understand your frustration and share the same concerns, but as far as out listings, there isn't much we can do.
Posted On: 3/19/2019
By: Dusty Calvo
A: The rebate is $1 per 50 rounds ($20 per 1000).
The rebate process is fairly simple. You will need a copy of your confirmation email, this serves as your receipt. You will either need a copy of the rebate form, or you can even submit it online here: https://promotions.vistaoutdoor.com/. Depending upon which route you decide to take, the submission process is a little bit different. Physical submissions will require a printed form, receipt and the actual bar codes from the boxes. The online submission, will want a pdf or jpg of your receipt, as well as pictures of the bar codes, and some exterior pictures of the box, as well as completion of the online form. For rebate specific questions I would recommend reaching out to the rebate support line available on the site I linked.
Posted On: 12/26/2018
By: Tim Filbert
A: The brass is 100% new. The ammunition would be marked as remanufactured otherwise.
Posted On: 8/16/2018
A: This price does not include shipping to get a shipping quote as well as a delivery estimate, simply place the product in the cart and on the cart screen enter your zip code.
Posted On: 9/17/2013
A: Hey Michael,
We're sorry, because of the way these rounds are packaged at our warehouse, we're unable to break down the 1,000 round cases into smaller quantities. We're sorry for the inconvenience. Generally, we try to keep a wide variety of quantities on-hand so you can try 50 rounds of a given ammunition before committing to the full case. Thank you for giving us a look and please let us know if you have any other questions!