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Best Reloading Supplies Company?

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

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  1. Kachok

    Kachok Member

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    Only used two online suppliers (buy everything I can local). Loved Midway and HATED Cheaper Then Dirt. Midway shipped promptly without any drama, Cheaper Then Dirt took 15 days to get my order in!! UPS only had it for three so it took them 12 days to get it sent out, to make matters worse since they are not centralized I had to pay shipping from two warehouses. Only used them because Midway was sold out, next time I'll just wait out the backorder it is probably faster then the other guys shipping :D
     
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  3. Elkins45

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    I have successfully dealt with Midway, Grafs, Midsouth and Wideners. I was a little cheezed with Grafs about my last order because they sent it signature required, which meant I had to have it held at a FedEx location and drive 50 miles out of my way to pick it up. My order contained brass and bullets, so maybe they have a new policy? I've never had that problem with the others. Although I try to anticipate all my needs and place fewer but larger orders when there's a coupon code, I still find myself ordering from Midway every 2-3 months. It's only been within the last three years that I've began using the others.

    The only reason I started using Grafs is because they support the Cast Boolets site but I have been pleased with their prices and the flat-rate shipping option. Midway is still the standard for the vast number of items they stock, but their shipping charges only become reasonable once you build up a large order and bite the bullet all at once.

    I don't really think of them as a 'reloading' company, but Brownell's is as fine a company as you'll ever deal with. For gun parts and gunsmithing supplies they are top notch.
     
  4. AlliedArmory

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    I try to buy powder and primers at my local gun shows to save on shipping and hazmat.

    Everything else I buy from Grafs or Powder Valley.
     
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