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Bullseye powder

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by 262runner, Nov 19, 2008.

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  1. 262runner

    262runner Member

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    I've checked my internet sites (not the stores yet) But everyone seems to be out of stock. Primers are in short supply also. I know that the election has alot to do with it but, I knew the prices would jump, so should I just buy a Lb. here and there along with 1or 2K of primers and wait it out til prices get back to somewhat normal or bite the BULLET:confused: and get it now while it's there?
     
  2. moxie

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    If you can find what you want at local gunshops or gun shows, get it. Buying powder/primers on line cost quite a bit more, and as you've seen, there seems to be a shortage of Bullseye.
     
  3. Canuck-IL

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    TnT has BE and if you buy 16#s or more, they cut the Hazmat charge. The $20 Hazmat isn't that significant if you're looking at 16+ lbs and 5 or 10k of primers.
    http://www.tntreloading.com/
    /Bryan
     
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  5. cerberus65

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    I scored a pound of Bullseye at the gunshow last weekend. The local store has been out for quite awhile.
     
  6. CSA 357

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    I bought 16# back in the summer, glad i did :d
     
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