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When the supply chains return to normal what's the first thing youre going to get?

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by JSmith, Mar 2, 2013.

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  1. JSmith

    JSmith Member

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    I want a second set of Lee .38spl/.357 magnum dies. I'd like to adjust a set for each one and leave them alone instead of switching one set back and forth between the two.
     
  2. Texan Scott

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    A case of fiocchi 125gr JSP 357mag
     
  3. bluetopper

    bluetopper Member

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    .22LR ammo.
     
  4. GT1

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    .224 bullets, maybe.

    I'm not close to out of anything I can think of.
     
  5. Kachok

    Kachok Member

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    Without a doubt 4350, 4064 and 165gr SP Gamekings.
     
  6. subman47

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    .22LR ammo also
     
  7. Lost Sheep

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    I went to my local Sportsmen's Warehouse the other day. I think they had less than 1,000 22 Long Rifle cartridges, sum total. Probably less than 500 of any given caliber of ANY centerfire. Less than 100 lbs total of gunpowder. No primers for any metallic cartridges and maybe a dozen bricks of shotgun primers. No cast lead bullets at all.

    Where do I start?

    Lost Sheep
     
  8. uncooldude

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    Primers.

    Primers.

    Primers.
     
  9. FROGO207

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    Replacements for all the stock that I am dipping into now that are below my comfortable to use levels. Then double my .22 stock for the next rainy day event.:D Unfortunately the prices will be a good bit higher I am afraid.
     
  10. Hartebreak

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    Im going to buy 1000 PMAGS. It seems like you can get anything you want in trade if you have a couple PMAGS you can part with.
     
  11. A Pause for the Coz

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    Small Pistol primers. Well any primers but Small Pistol were never super easy to find any way.
    I suspect I will get down to may last brick of a 1000 before any of the others. When I do I will stop shooting them.

    I think I can make it a year before I run out, maybe a little longer if I ration my pistol shooting.
     
  12. NeuseRvrRat

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    i need some .308 bullets for a CMP Garand i'm waiting for. i stumbled upon a whole bucket of HXP 73 brass and i'm good on primers for it. even have 2 lbs of IMR 4064, but i lack bullets.
     
  13. ATLDave

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    Primers. Large and small pistol, non-magnum. Lots of them, but slowly, so I don't deprive other guys looking for their first resupply.
     
  14. James2

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    Small pistol primers.
    22LR

    I am not hurting, so will not be in a big hurry to buy until prices get sensible again.
     
  15. grubbylabs

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    Powder
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  16. Gallstones

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    .22LR and everything I need for reloading.
     
  17. jb27

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    primers and a few 8# jugs of my favorite powders.
     
  18. Jesse Heywood

    Jesse Heywood Member

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    Beer. And primers
     
  19. jack44

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    Alot of 22lr small and large primers 40S%W die 234 dies.
     
  20. joeschmoe

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    Nothing. I'm good.
     
  21. Centurian22

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    One word answer: Yes! Lol
     
  22. rondog

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    Primers and powders.
     
  23. beatledog7

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    I have been ok through the crunch, and I am still. I don't anticipate being out of anything a few months from now either.

    Do I have to name something? OK, 22LR. I don't reload that, (and neither do you).
     
  24. tbob38

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    Not a thing. Planned ahead this time.
     
  25. Eb1

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    16 lbs. Ramshot. Both TAC and True Blue
     
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