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I need primers ...

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by C6vetter, Feb 26, 2013.

  1. byf43

    byf43 NRA Life Member

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    Natchez had Win LP primers for less than 2 hours, yesterday.

    I got a text message from a friend that found them. By the time I got home. . . . gone.

    $39.99/1000 + s/h/hazmat.

    Gets real expensive buying a couple of thousand.
    (Didn't need 'em, anyway.)
     
  2. fredj338

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    Yiu have to be really desperate to buy 2K for that price + SH & HM.:faint:
     

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  3. Glock 1

    Glock 1

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    My LGS has SPP 100 for $10.00. I bought 10k off GB and should have filed rape charges but they were less than the LGS.
     
  4. wolfy692005

    wolfy692005 pro tinkerer

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    high price or not at least you guys can get em.. there are no SPP to be had here in the Orlando area..
     
  5. njl

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    There's lots of SPPin the Orlando area. It's just a question of where to look and how much you'll pay.


    Posted using Outdoor Hub Campfire
     
  6. Beanie-Bean

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    Just got the tracking info for the 10,000 CCI LPP from Cabela's. A little (actually, a lot!) more than I wanted to pay, but now I'm pretty deep for both SPP & LPP now, and have enough to make it to 2014. This was the component I really overpaid for during this cycle. brass, bullets, and even rimfire were all good when then panic started, but I almost got in a jam for primers. Luckily, I adopted Ron or Fred's 5K rule (sorry, I can't recall who kept stating that in their posts...) and I am good to go now, and will be good going forward from now on.


    Once components are more widely available, I'll be sure that I don't let the stash run down again!
     
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  7. byf43

    byf43 NRA Life Member

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    I don't need them. Took inventory last night.
    I won't need primers till October, or later.
    A good friend of mine sent the text. He's ordering 2 or 3 boxes.

    One LGS has primers.
    $55.00/thousand.


    He has plenty onhand.:rofl::rofl:
     
  8. fredj338

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    If he has primers, I don't see paying that kind of money for them. Things will ease up later this year, then place a big order like 10K of each size. Put them away for reserve.
     
  9. crnama

    crnama CLM

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    Our LGS has some when I stopped in the other day for $45/1000. A few weeks ago the same boxes were $35/1000. A few months ago when I bought a bunch he had them for $25/1000. Sure glad I decided to get some then.
     
  10. if you were paying attention ... this shortage was "advertised" last fall... i bit the bullet and ordered a years supply of all components... and i have MORE primers, powder & bullets on back order now.. for JUST IN CASE !!!!
     
  11. byf43

    byf43 NRA Life Member

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    That's the thing.
    This one guy at my sportsman's club, he only buys when he 'needs' them. He never plans ahead.

    I've tried to tell these guys - when you see a good price, forego the lunch or dinner 'out', and buy a few bricks of components, instead.



    This guy's tried to 'hit me up' for 2k primers.
    (He's 'borrowed' from others, and never repaid.)
    I've learned my lesson. . . . I got to watch out for ME. There's no tellin' when I'll get the primers returned.

    (Granted, there are a few of us that have a 'co-op' and we look out for one-another, including buying/picking up supplies.
    The 'one-way guys' are usually on-their-own.)
     
  12. Beanie-Bean

    Beanie-Bean

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    Touché

    [​IMG]
     
  13. AZson

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    If you lived in Tucson I could point you in a direction that I know has them.
     
  14. gforester

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    I found a reloading shop that had primers, a few powders and some bullets. I drove 75 miles each way and spent $1500 of my mad money and stocked up. I was buying for myself and several of my shooting friends. I did pay a heavy premium on both the powder and primers, but I manged to get them. The primers were $200+tax a case. :wow: The 8# jug of IMR was also $200, but what are you going to to do in a situation like this?
     
  15. PatinAz

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    Do tell! I've looked all over Tucson and haven't had any luck with primers or powders. Murphy's was supposed to get a shipment of powder this past weekend, but when I called today, they didn't have anything.
     
  16. cysoto

    cysoto Gone Shooting!

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