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Author Topic: Guns, ammo, reloading - fair market prices thread  (Read 3441 times)

Offline M_ray

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Re: Guns, ammo, reloading - fair market prices thread
« Reply #45 on: February 27, 2021, 08:47:06 AM »
I hear ya.  I got a little excited to find primers yesterday.  Itís nice walking out with something you were actually looking for.   I think things will change for the better in a few months.  Iíve noticed a slight change lately (for the better).

BTW I have found primers recently but they both limited purchase of only 200 or 500. No one is getting a brick of 1k.
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Re: Guns, ammo, reloading - fair market prices thread
« Reply #46 on: March 07, 2021, 02:00:40 AM »
Been looking for h1000 powder for months now.. im down to my last pound. Have checked all the stores.. the one that pissed me off though was sportco in fife. Worker there told me that he just bought a couple bricks of 9mm because the guy who works in their safe selling area had stashed some for a friend and the friend decided not to buy it. I did find some cheap 12 gauge buckshot at least. Also a good thing i bought a couple thousand federal match lrp before this all hit and a bunch of 220 gr .308 cal berger bullets.

 


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