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Who has the best prices for Reloading tools?

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by JohnMcD348, Jul 22, 2007.

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  1. JohnMcD348

    JohnMcD348 Member

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    I've looked around the main sites like Midway and such and I'm in the process of shopping around for reloading equipment. I'm leaning more toward Hornady now more than before but I need to keep the prices down as low as possible right now. I'd want a single stage press for now and eventually move up to a progressive. I was originally looking at getting a Lee Anniversary kit so I could get the tools in one shot but I think I'd be better off now getting the tools seperatly.

    Thnx
     
  2. ArmedBear

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    For me, Cabela's has the best prices, though that doesn't always mean the numbers are the lowest, though they're not bad.

    We got a Cabela's credit card. We pay if off at the end of each month, but we pass as many of our household expenses as possible through it. We get 1% of all we spend in credit to use for Cabela's orders. That makes a lot of stuff free.

    I highly recommend it.
     
  3. Quickdraw McGraw

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    Midsouth Shooters Supply

    They seem to be a little cheaper than Midway and if you ship to a busines address they give you a little break on shipping.
    http://www.midsouthshooterssupply.com/

    They don't have the selection of Midway but not many do.
     
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    when I started comparison shopping this spring,

    I found Graf & Sons to be the cheapest overall if you order carefully. Midway is not bad--and Kempf Gun Shop is good on packages. I haven't bought from Midsouth, but I'll look them over, too.
     
  5. Hawk

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    I learned of MidSouth from a recent "Color Jihad" thread and have been very pleased.

    Since batfe lost my '03 renewal a year or so ago, I've always been under the impression I'm getting it in the shorts, even if a little bit, from Midway. MidSouth keeps me believing I'm getting their best prices regardless.
     
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    The man to talk to is John Walton. www.gunstop.com
    He is the man, and his prices are just as good as most other dealers.
     
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    Ebay, sometimes. :rolleyes:
     
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