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Best Reloading Supplies Company?

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Triumph, Jan 29, 2013.

  1. Triumph

    Triumph Well-Known Member

    Guys - What are the best Reloading Supplies Companies - Price & Service.

    Thanks Much
  2. rcmodel

    rcmodel Member in memoriam

    Powder Valley would be right up there near the top.


    Unfortunately they are overwhelmed with orders, and out of stock on most everything right now, just like everyone else.

  3. LeonCarr

    LeonCarr Well-Known Member

    The one that can keep stuff in stock :).

    My favorite is www.tjconevera.com

    Just my .02,
  4. 45lcshooter

    45lcshooter Well-Known Member

    Look for people on here to sell components. Support man, not business. Lol.
  5. GT1

    GT1 Well-Known Member

    If you are looking for a LCT(I see in your other thread), I'd say FS reloading is at the top for Lee equipment.

    For components and other various reloading goodies:
    Powder Valley
    Graf And Sons
    Mid South

    To name a few...
  6. Hondo 60

    Hondo 60 Well-Known Member

    Powder Valley - for primers & powder - although at the moment their out of a whole bunch of stuff.

    The Hunting Shack/IQ Metals - for plated bullets (their .357" 125 gr HPs work great in my S&W M10)
    placed an order this morning, & just got an email saying it shipped & will be delivered Friday.

    Berry's - also for plated bullets - lotsa calibers

    Missouri Bullet Co - for lead pills.

    MidwayUSA - for dies, odds & ends and do-dads.
    Last edited: Jan 29, 2013
  7. slowr1der

    slowr1der Well-Known Member

    Powder Valley, Grafs, and Midsouth are probably my favorites that I've used, but Natchez, Midway, and a few others are also good. I normally put everything I want in the cart and see who is the cheapest with shipping and go with that one. Since Grafs has a fixed handling charge and no shipping, they are often the cheapest for small orders, but since their prices are slightly higher I can often save money on large orders somewhere else.
  8. RedAlert

    RedAlert Well-Known Member

    LeonCarr, I checked the site you referenced. They must be almost out of business. Of the dozen items I checked in Handgun components....they were all out of stock.
    Maybe long gun folks will have better luck.
  9. TooManyToys

    TooManyToys Well-Known Member

    F & M RELOADING EQUIPMENT is a good place for LEE equipment.
    Helpfull with questions on the phone, and usually have the best prices to be found.
  10. capreppy

    capreppy Well-Known Member

    I don't use just one. PV definitely is for me top dog for powder and primers. Midsouth Shooters Supply is up there for rifle bullets and reloading equipment. I use others as necessary to save a buck :)
  11. LeonCarr

    LeonCarr Well-Known Member

    IME right now they are all just about out of everything.

    Call/write/email your congresscritters and tell them to vote against gun control or they will get unelected if you want to see instock items again.

    Just my .02,
  12. jack44

    jack44 Well-Known Member

    I like powder valley and midway and beartooth for lead bullets.
  13. heavydluxe

    heavydluxe Well-Known Member

    Great thread!
  14. GT1

    GT1 Well-Known Member

    No, not necessarily.

    Most all get a shipment of something or other in every day darn near. Backordering is taking most of it before it makes it to the website, and when it does make it to the site folks buy it(whatever) up in a day, sometimes in an hour or less.

    The ones that persevere are getting supplied(albeit slowly, and probably not from one place), the ones that throw up their hands and do nothing, well, as you'd expect, they are going to go without.
  15. PJSprog

    PJSprog Well-Known Member

    I've been using MidwayUSA mostly since the late '80s. Never had an issue with them. Natchez has good prices and service as well.

    I'd stay away from Cheaper Than Dirt, as their prices seem to jump around like gas prices, changing every time a politician sneezes.
  16. bodam

    bodam Well-Known Member

    I try to support the local guys first. 10-Ring on Jones Rd is a good shop to deal with.
  17. hueyville

    hueyville Well-Known Member

    My LGS. They get used to what I need and keep it around to keep me in the door. For stuff that is more of a bother to them than profit, mid south and midway.
  18. Hondo 60

    Hondo 60 Well-Known Member

  19. 9w1911

    9w1911 Well-Known Member

    I dont care who I order from as long as its in stock
  20. morrow

    morrow Well-Known Member

    Xtreme and Berry's for plated

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