|Suck it, Charles Schumer.|
I bought 1,000 rounds of 9mm from Freedom Munitions. They are both a manufacturer and a reloader; they commercially reload cartridges to factory specification for a cheaper price. And if you're willing to accept cosmetic blemishes on your ammunition (seriously, is this even a consideration? Is bullet. Is not pretty. Is meant to be shot) you can get an even cheaper rate with their Blaster line.
I ordered this on July 22, and it took a week to arrive. With shipping (and 1k rounds 9mm weighs about 30 pounds), it cost me $195.68. For the record, that is about $15 less than what it would cost for a spam can of 900 rounds 9mm to be mailed to me.
And if you save your brass, you can mail it back in and get a rebate on your order.
I can't quite call this a review because I haven't shot this ammunition yet. (But I will. Oh, but I will, and very very soon.) Assuming they shoot well enough -- and they should, as this isn't rocket surgery -- this is an exceptional value for the money.
UPDATE #1: I shot some of these side-by-side with store-bought ammo. I couldn't tell any difference between the two. More information may be found here.
Update #2: As of 1/15/2013, I have shot approximately one-quarter of these bullets. So far, not a single one has failed to perform perfectly. I feel completely justified in giving Freedom Arms the Palette Seal of Approval!