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I am sad

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Seafarer12, Mar 16, 2009.

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  1. Seafarer12

    Seafarer12 Member

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    The only reloading supply worth a darn in Austin (Sportsmans Warehouse) is shutting their doors. The company that bought them out didn't buy any of their stores in Texas. So now I guess I will be going to online sales only from now on. It ticks me off.
     
  2. Landric

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    That is too bad. I know how you feel though, there are no stores in my town that have a decent selection of handloading equipment. One place has stuff for shotshells (which I don't handload) but not much for metallic cartridges, the other gun stores have nothing.

    I could drive to other towns for stuff, but between the gas to drive there, and still having to pay sales tax, I might as well order online and pay shipping and hazmat (in the case of primers and powder).
     
  3. ForneyRider

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    strange. The reloading stuff is selling like hotcakes.
     
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