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Best reloading supply shop in Georgia

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Bobwat, Mar 2, 2009.

  1. Bobwat

    Bobwat Member

    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,
  2. rfwobbly

    rfwobbly Well-Known Member

    • 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.
  3. atbarr

    atbarr Well-Known Member

    The Internet is 'our' friend.

    Stay Safe,

  4. JimKirk

    JimKirk Well-Known Member

    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
  5. BFE

    BFE Well-Known Member

    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.
  6. JimKirk

    JimKirk Well-Known Member

    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
  7. BHFG

    BHFG Active Member

    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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