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Where are there reloading components for sale?

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by bds, Mar 9, 2013.

  1. Krogen

    Krogen Well-Known Member

    Bullseye, eh?

    As of a week ago, I was sweating it too; down to my last dregs. I had entertained foreboding thoughts that Alliant had stopped producing it. Thankfully, I was wrong.

    Not really expecting a hit, I asked the counter guy at a local store if he happened to have some Bullseye. He had four 1 lb jugs left from a shipment earlier that week. I suppose I could have cleaned him out, but at 2.7 gr per round a pound will keep me going for quite some time. Good to share, methinks.

    So it is out there - but on the same shelf as the hen's teeth.
  2. Potatohead

    Potatohead Well-Known Member

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  3. Walkalong

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  4. RussellC

    RussellC Well-Known Member

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  5. Edster12

    Edster12 Well-Known Member

    -Gadsden- Shooters in Hooksett has a mess of rifle powder as of last week. Can't remember if they had 335 or not.
  6. -Gadsden-

    -Gadsden- Well-Known Member

    Edster - thanks! I will be headed up to Hooksett this weekend in that case. Greetings from NH :)
  7. Edster12

    Edster12 Well-Known Member

    -Gadsden- NP If I get rained out this week at work and get up there I'll give you a report. While there don't forget to check out Riley's too. They haven't had as much and still have purchase limits. Also not much has been at the new Bass Pro Shop at exit 10 but it is worth a stop.
  8. Mad Chemist

    Mad Chemist Well-Known Member

    Look what I found today!!!

    Did my usual round of all the warehouse stores and my favorite LGS and I founde these.

    One store had the Power Pistol, the R15, and the Stingers. Another had the Fed Automatch (my Beretta Bobcat eats this stuff like candy). And the last store had 2 cans of Bullseye but they would only let me walk out with one. Hell of a find today. I think I might go buy a lotto ticket.:D

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    ADKWOODSMAN Well-Known Member

    Yup! Lotto ticket!!
  10. anothernewb

    anothernewb Well-Known Member


    lol. great find.
  11. RussellC

    RussellC Well-Known Member

  12. Beanie-Bean

    Beanie-Bean Well-Known Member

    Thank you very much for the heads-up! I was able to get in an order for a jug CFE and a bunch of Winchester primers.
  13. Potatohead

    Potatohead Well-Known Member

    Among others! Nice find.
  14. Beanie-Bean

    Beanie-Bean Well-Known Member

    Well, that sucks

    So happy I could get 8 lbs of CFE to load up a bunch of .223, and then I got this:


    Guess I'll be shooting a lot more pistol :)
  15. iShoot17

    iShoot17 Well-Known Member

    Does "discarded" mean that someone saw that the package was coming from a shooters store and decided that they would find out hat was inside..? Or did the box, as well as the powder cans, break open and spill everywhere and someone have a pretty slick little fire?
  16. Beanie-Bean

    Beanie-Bean Well-Known Member

    I am not sure, but I am disappointed that there were no more 8 lb. jugs of CFE for sale after I bought mine...I had SRP, LPP, and SPP on that order, too, to help offset hazmat.
  17. Edster12

    Edster12 Well-Known Member

    That just plain old sucks---sorry for your loss.
  18. Beanie-Bean

    Beanie-Bean Well-Known Member

    Thanks, Edster...I'll be alright. I just feel bad for Recob's, because at this point, I'm not sure who will be more at a loss--Recob's or me--because of claims paperwork, etc. I'm confident that this will be squared away soon, and that all parties will be good to go. UPS is the one who dropped the ball on this one, and now there are a lot of people who will be inconvenienced due to their negligence.
  19. RussellC

    RussellC Well-Known Member

    I cant imagine what they did to it during shipping that would have destroyed it. I have ordered 8 pounders and they come in a what would appear to be an extremely tough box. Plenty of room, and the plastic bottles are extremely strong. The whole package isnt that heavy, so I dont see how even their famous 20+ foot drops shouldnt have hurt it either.
    Oh well, I guess anything is possible. How depressing.

  20. Potatohead

    Potatohead Well-Known Member

    That's horrible man. Sorry for your loss. A eulogy is clearly in order here.

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