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Reloading Equipment/Components on Sale

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by bds, Jan 29, 2011.

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  1. AKPastor

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    I am looking for manuals. But I will be checking the powder sites too.
     
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    Graf & Sons has RCBS hand priming tool (takes standard shell holder) on sale for $36.

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    While on their sales page, I saw Tula .223 55/75 gr HP and 5.45x39 60 gr HP for $3.79-$3.99/box.
     
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    Widener's has Wolf SP primers for $15.50/1K and ($15/1K when 5K case purchased). *** There's been some concern last year about certain lot # of this primer cup being harder and causing ignition issues. Might want to ask if this is a current lot before ordering.
     
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    Powder Valley has Wolf SP, SPM, LP, LPM, SR, LR, .223 primers for $15/1000.
     
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    Widener's has 5.56 tracer bullets for $120/K, says they are new surplus contact overrun, not pulldown, never loaded. Good deal if you want to light up the night sky.:D
     
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    Midways new flyer hit today....too much to list, but especially good deals on thousand lots of remington gold sabers in every caliber, and hornady vmax rifle bullets.
     
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    www.abebooks.com is a great place to find used reloading manuals for real cheap.
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    http://www.pelletsllc.com/ great place to buy stainless steel media. Can be bought for $5.00 per pound. Quick shipping and great service.
    Woody
     
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    Can you give me the item # or a brand name.

    Thanks
     
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    Bought their double drum tumbler last summer for thirty-some dollars but last time I was in there the price was over $80.:confused: Mine was not labeled as being on sale. The 2 belts provided broke within a couple of days but I found that rubber bands work just fine. I set it up and going in the garage overnight and get great looking brass with just walnut shells. I'm happy,but it would not be a good choice for someone that shoots 100s of rounds/week.
     
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    I also have purchased the double drum tumbler from Harbor Freight and really have used it a good bit, paid about $65 for mine a few months ago. You'd be surprised how much you can run through this tumbler in a few days.

    I have a Wally World 24hr lamp timer that I use and just set up the tumbler to run in the morning before I leave for work, another batch when I get home from work and then another batch before I go to bed. 3 runs a day can get you some production.
     
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    Maybe they are, maybe they aren't. They have had the same deal in the past, and I ordered some. I obviously can't speak about anyone else, but I received LC brass, not Federal. I read a thread about that here too.
     
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    I bought most of my supplies for manventureoutpost.com they had the best price on the net and didn't rape you on the shipping to make up for it. they also had a good selection of reloading equipment and some supplies.
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    I found this lanolin based lotion at Dollar Tree store. It smoothly resized .308 cases, including thicker LC military cases. $1 for 2 oz tube.

    BTW, it has a pleasant odor unlike the other "bag balm" and it's even made in the USA! :D

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