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Cheapest place to buy Lapua brass .308 and in stock?

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Envisaged, Nov 5, 2008.

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  1. Envisaged

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    Out of stock everywhere I look.

    Any links to good price and in stock?
     
  2. ar10

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    I saw some today at Cabelas. I almost bought some in .223 but .308 was right beside it and multiple boxes in stock. If the stores have it the internet site almost always has it.
     
  4. USSR

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    Envisaged,

    See my For Sale post for Lake City M118LR Match brass in the Buy, Sell and Trade: Reloading Components and Gear section of this website. It's the next best thing to Lapua if you are unable to find it, and a whole lot cheaper.

    Don
     
  5. ar10

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    Don't you need to ream primer hole :confused:
     
  6. USSR

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    Lake City Match brass DOES NOT have crimped in primers, if thats what you mean. So, you reload it just like any commercial brass.

    Don
     
  7. 3wide

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    Not to change the subject but kinda crazy times, seems eveyone is out of everything.
     
  8. Bear2000

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    PowderValley - no question, by far and away the cheapest.
     
  9. Sunray

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    There's no such thing as cheap Lapua brass. It's double the price of U.S. domestic brass. Not quite as expensive as Norma though. $86.99 per 100 for Norma at Midway. $67.99 per 100 for Lapua. Remington, also out of stock, runs $36.49 per 100.
     
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