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Found primers

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by JLDickmon, Jan 11, 2013.

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  1. JLDickmon

    JLDickmon Member

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    but you can forget it if you're more than say 50 miles from Kalamazoo, MI..

    won't be worth the fuel..

    $40./brick

    (No small pistol either.. everything but)
     
  2. 788Ham

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    I thought $30.00 a brick was a tad high when I found some this past week, SPP. Did the clerk wear a mask?
     
  3. squirrelly1

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    Found tons just 2 miles from the house the other day after scouring the internet. $32 a k
     
  4. kingmt

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    No wonder at that price. He would still have them when I left also.
     
  5. Trad Archer

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    Was it On Target?
     
  6. dickttx

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    Don't know how many you need, but PV has CCI LPP still at $26 per K. 10K of primers and 8# of HP38, after hazmat and shipping always saved me more that $200 over local prices. And that was months ago.
     
  7. mgmorden

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    The closest shop to the house here has SP, LP, and SR (CCI brand) at $5 per 100. I've got enough of everything to last a while though.
     
  8. PCCUSNRET

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    Tried Cabela's in Charleston last night and I was very disappointed. I was looking for H322 powder but none available and I saw nothing I could use for a substitute for 223. Just 3 weeks ago the shelves were full and now there was only about 30 cans of powder (most was black powder substitute) and 3 or 4 boxes of magnum primers. I did manage to find a pound at a LGS plus an 8 lb. jug on line so I should be good for a few months.
     
  9. 45lcshooter

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    Have plenty of primers, so does my local mom and pop shop. Their stock room is about the same size as the show room and even more full. 100x150ft rooms
     
  10. Constrictor

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    Every place around here has been out of primers but i stopped in a local place anyway today and they had gotten in a new shipment and i got the last 1k they had of Winchester small pistol for $29.
     
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