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Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by gahunter12, Mar 21, 2013.

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  1. Otto

    Otto Member

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    With a score like that, maybe we should call you the Tomb Raider.
     
  2. gahunter12

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    LOL! It did hurt a little paying $36/k, but it's better than the $40-$50/k that I have seen recently at the gun shows. Two weeks ago I went to a Gun show, and found cases, and cases of primers, but they were all $40/k on wolf, and $50/k on CCI,Win,Fed. Same price if you bought 1k or 10k. I passed, but figured $36 was about as good as it would get for now.
     
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    What a sad state of affairs when it becomes bragging material for us to score a couple of bricks of primer & a few bullets. Little did we know last year was the good old days.
     
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    Knock on wood, but, so far, I've never paid more than $25 per k for primers. Bought 20k small rifle primers (which I use for 9mm and .223 reloading) @ around $21 per k, shipped, about two weeks ago.
     
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    I did similar but over a longer time period. I'm also glad I did because if I didn't there would be no way I could keep shooting!
     
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