Best reloading supply shop in Georgia


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Bobwat
March 2, 2009, 11:44 AM
Where are the best reloading supply shops in Georgia or in the Southeast? I live in Columbus and the only place that sells reloading supplies is Shooters. They have a good selection of powder and primers, but are limited for other components and equipment. I wouldn't mind driving to a shop that had a good selection. Thanks,

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rfwobbly
March 2, 2009, 02:04 PM
• Bass Pro (Duluth) sells powder and primers
• David's Gun Room (Duluth) sells everything, but supply is thin and price varies by salesman
• Franklins (Athens) has a good offering, but the salesmen are shy


I not aware of 1 great reloading shop.

atbarr
March 2, 2009, 05:17 PM
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JimKirk
March 2, 2009, 11:17 PM
Jerry's Sport Shop in Ambrose, GA 912-359-3241 Call to make sure he has what you are looking for .....I've shopped all around GA for guns....always came back here to buy...ask for Jerry tell him ...Jimmy K the mailman from Alma, GA sent you.

Jimmy K

BFE
March 3, 2009, 08:28 AM
We visit Blacksheare which is close to Jesup and I was wondering the same. We come down for a family reuion in May each year and while down that way it would be nice to have a some place new to visit.

JimKirk
March 3, 2009, 10:06 AM
Ambrose, GA is about 60-70 miles west of Blackshear. He had a very good supply of Guns before Obbbamo but may be limited now .....good supply of Reloading stuff there again that was before OB... give him a call before you go ...# above.

Jimmy K

BHFG
March 3, 2009, 12:28 PM
Southeastern Ammo and Components in Dawsonville.
Their phone is (706) 265-8667. Good prices, extremely helpful and good supply. Keith Brookshire is the owner (former Marine). He's always at the National Arms Show down in Jonesboro as well. I buy powder, primers and bullets from him. He also carries brass, but I haven't needed any yet.

Georgia Arms is always at the Eastman shows and also online (www.georgia-arms.com). Ok prices on most stuff at the shows and good info. Selection at the gun show seems to vary, but that may be because I get to them later than everyone else.

I rarely see reloading stuff at the Gun Shows of the South events.

It gets pretty slim after that except BP and Franklin's as noted above.

There is a new Sportman's place in Commerce on the south east side of the road. They didn't have much last time I was in there, so it would be worth a call first. Unless, like me, its a place to browse while the wife hits the outlets.

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