Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by horsey300, Apr 10, 2021.
That was my thought when I seen the title! lol
Bad thing about this time, is all these bill's that have been passed to print more funny money. Everything is going to inflate in price.
yep! mark of the beast via, vax and bitcoins. goal is to kill the dollar and implement the great rest. Hold on to your Bibles and keep your powder dry
I have seen firearms starting to fill to the shelves again so, in reverse order, I expect ammo followed by reloading supplies to follow.
Let’s hope a split Senate keeps things modulated on the legislative front.
Firearms are very available! and at normal prices too. I got a list of things I’m looking for!
Between 2013-16, I acquired maybe 30 or better pounds of powder. That's not hard to do. Even know, though I'm setting healthy on primers, I would need nearly double the primers to match the powders.
My bullets to primers match up better. But now I'm into casting, so that is going to be out of whack now.
As Bugs would say, "Oh, the a-go-ny!"
Why are New Yorkers always depressed? Because the light at the end of the tunnel is New Jersey.........
The light at the end of the tunnel could be a train.
If it isn't the pearly gates, it better be a free state, Jersey is neither a light or free.
Bass Pro was still empty of everything.
Local Shops are like fishing holes. If you find a good one, don’t tell anybody
Eureka! I typed my post without even typing my post! It's deja vu all over again!
I've been buying powders as they have recently become available from Midway, Powder Valley and Midsouth. I maybe have enough powder to last the rest of my shooting days. However, as you say, unless one has the necessary primers (which, I do), powder isn't much use.
That has always been my business model with buying and selling guns, viz. buy high and sell low. Doing my part for the economy.
Small pistol primers confirmed on UPS truck. This beats every Christmas combined!
STOP it! this is a family friendly site
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