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I wasn't expecting much - just a jug of 748!

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by 308win, Jul 29, 2007.

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  1. 308win

    308win Member

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    Spent 3+ hours looking for a jug of 748; nadda. Went to Gander Mountain, Buckeye Outdoors. If I needed pistol powder I would have been in luck. Oh well, if anyone in central Ohio knows where I can get a jug of 748 let me know.
     
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    I fully understand your frustration. It is very much like that here in Wis. If I want to drive 80 miles and take a chance.
    Online has become my powder buying resource. I just save my pennies till I can place a good sized order.

    http://www.powdervalleyinc.com/
     
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    jug =1 or do you guys call jugs what i call kegs? (8lbs) i've had good luck from pats reloading, but i think he does surplus only, not new canister
     
  5. 308win

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    I was hoping to buy local. By the time you pay the hazmat and shipping it adds quite a bit to the price. On the other hand at $2.62 a gallon and my time it might be cheaper to order on line.
     
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