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Comparing primer prices

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by Dakota Carpenter, Oct 7, 2012.

  1. Dakota Carpenter

    Dakota Carpenter

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    I've been searching online and comparing prices for reload g supplies the last couple of days. I've found Seller and Bellet and Tula small pistol primers are very cheap compared to many other brands. I've purchased thousands of rounds of loaded bullets from each with no problem. Any opinions on their primers? Oh one more question, can I have some money? Getting into reloading is expensive...
     
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    The Czech Republic is an ally, Russia is our enemy. That may help you in your decision making.
     

  3. Dakota Carpenter

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    I have run the S&B LP & SR, 100% cuccess rate. I am a fan, not so much Tula/Wolf.
     
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    I am using Tula SR primers for .223. I'm not a fan and next time around I will be buying CCI. I just don't care that much about the $13 difference in cost.

    I assume you are checking the prices at Powder Valley. To save any money, you need to absorb that HazMat fee over a lot of primers or a mix of primers and powder.

    Richard