Things are looking up at the LGS.

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Captcurt, Jan 7, 2022.

  1. Captcurt

    Captcurt Member

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    Stopped by my friends store yesterday and, believe it or not, he actually had some reloading goodies. Lots of bullets (mostly Hornady), brass, powder and primers. It was gone today. I only bought some 6.5CM brass, but would have grabbed some R-17 or H4350 if he had had any. I also noticed that the ammo was starting to come in too. He even had some 22lr in 3 or 4 flavors.
     
  2. AJC1

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    I'm hunting for speer and sierra stuff not so promising
     
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    Check midway for speer bullets. I got some .311 150 grain from them recently.
     
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    I was at Fin, Feather and Fur yesterday in NE Ohio. They had LOTS of bullets, powder, brass and loaded ammo. Even had 410 shotgun ammo. First time I've seen any of that in 2 years. Cases of 22 long rifle as low as $6.99 per box. All the prices were pretty good (picked up a pound of Titegroup for $27) except primers. They had a bunch, but they were $110 a 1,000.
     
  7. IALoder

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    The couple stores we have close to me have been flush with bullets for a while, and have been pretty decently stocked with powder and primers. I also learned that stock goes quickly on popular stuff. Scheels had 5 or 6 8 lb jugs of AA2230 for either $200 or $210(don't remember) along with a good amount of other popular powders(TAC, 3031, 7977,4831SC, a couple others), I didn't have the $75 worth of Scheels gift cards I have on me, so I didn't buy one. Came back a couple days later with gift cards in hand and the AA2230 was gone along with pretty much all the other powders.
     
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  8. GeoDudeFlorida

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    Lots of loaded ammo, mostly 9mm and.223Rem, but plenty of shotgun shells too. It’s looking like ammo supplies are back! :D
    No reloading supplies but that’s because none of the locals are stocking reloading supplies anymore, not worth it. I did check BP and they are getting a brick a month now. Comes in during the work week and is gone in minutes according to the counter guy I talked to. Basically, it’s for the retirement crowd and the neck beards. But at least the supplies are getting through.
     
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    :rofl:
     
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