Re: Midway's Blemished Bullets
I've got a couple of thousand midway blems in my reloading room. They are mostly hornady; I also have a couple of boxes of nosler accubonds in .338 that were cannelured-- probably for factories. My 180 grain 30 cal blems are hornady but don't have the ring just in front of the cannelure like the bullets from the 100 ct. boxes.
The only blems I've had any time getting to shoot well are blems with bent poly tips. You've got to cull the ones with bent tips. Blems are often a good value, but the last time they put them up I didn't see anything worth buying. They had the prices stiff enough you may as well wait for first run pills to go on sale. That will likely start happening in next year after the run on components starts to subside.