Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by If1HitU, Oct 18, 2018.
Nevertheless, there was one dealer who had brass and other components available. Bought a box of 32acp brass. Not sure how many, but the volume of brass in the box seemed to be slightly more than the volume of a bag of 500 count 380 brass I compared it to. She asked $50, but took $40 so that largely negated the door fee. This was the first 32 brass - new or used - I've been able to find in a year.
Also picked up two well used, but still quite serviceable Pelican cases for ten bucks each. They're dirty, scuffed, and have remnants of old adhesive labels stuck here and there which makes them perfect for water tight storage that no one will (hopefully) think appears valuable.
On the way home we stopped by A.W. Peterson's in Mt. Dora where I scored an RCBS two-die set in 7x57 for $30.
All in all, a good day spent with my shooting partner cruising a show and several gun stores on the way home.
The green thing is the check piece for the thordsen ar stock since I needed one it was nice to find. Some round balls and caps for the 51 colt and a pound of pyrodex.
Little gun shop tour today... five shops in southcentral Pennsylvania.
Bought a soft sided rifle case, a couple of loading blocks and a daily limit of 300 small pistol primers at the only shop that had any primers available. $5.99/100...price is slowly creeping up at this shop which is the last in the area to increase prices on primers.
....and 40 pounds combined of Berry's .38 special 158gr and 9mm 127gr.
Had a Burris Fastfire III I took off of a Glock MOS G19 and installed it on a Henry Big Boy X. Worked well. Decided to get another red dot and saw that the Vortex Venom had a bigger sight picture than the Fastfire, so I put the Fastfire back on the Glock and will install the new Vortex on the Henry. Can't wait to see how it does.
I don't much care for Walmart but I have to say that "when" they do have ammo they Don't charge the Rediculous prices like others do. They stick to their normal price.
And then went home and got a Bear Creek Arsenal upper.
Then supported Midway for a stock, a front sight, tools, and small parts.
And then some smaller Gunbroker sellers for the rear sight, buffer tube kit, foregrip...
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