Like an idiot, I sold off all my Dillon reloading stuff thinking I was done with reloading in my later years.
Well the cost of ammo has reversed that decision. My local dealer who carried any reloading supplies I needed at great prices is not restocking any more so I'm stuck to mail order.
Going with the Hornady press this time.
Midway a good place?
Looking for a one stop shop on press, dies, bullets and the such. Not looking to shop at 5 different places to save a few pennies.
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May 10, 2008, 07:24 PM
May 10, 2008, 07:26 PM
Welcome back, bummer you sold the Dillon. I buy all of my primers and powder at Graf's and Powder Valley. Graf's also carries presses, I don't know how their price on presses compares to Midway. I know Midway has the highest shipping prices. Midway also seems to have more items on backorder than not. I have a C&R license and you would be surprised how good of a deal you get at Graf's with one. As far as bullets good luck, it's getting hard to find a deal and anybody that has any in stock.
May 10, 2008, 07:27 PM
Midway isn't bad, but shipping can kill ya.
Mid South is usually good.
When it comes to components, there's only one place, Powder Valley. (http://www.powdervalleyinc.com/)
May 10, 2008, 07:28 PM
Natchez Shooter's Supplies is where I buy my reloading hardware.
May 10, 2008, 07:38 PM
There isn't just one place anymore. You kinda have to shop around. :(
I like Graf and Sons, Midway, F &M, Widener's, and Mid South.
May 10, 2008, 07:39 PM
Below are the largest and most reputable of the reloading mail order houses.
You may wish to shop prices before making an order. Also call to make sure the items are in stock before ordering, or you will get piece meal parts of your order over a long time and pay lots extra in individual shipping from some supliers.