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Prices going up.

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by I Shooter, Nov 12, 2012.

  1. I Shooter

    I Shooter

    Dec 22, 2011
    I was going to place an order for some stuff from Midway before the election and most of the stuff I was going to buy was discounted.

    I put placing the order off because my Son is coming in and I know we will be using some stuff. Mostly bullets. So I was going to place my order after he went off to Afghanistan.

    Today I went to add some stuff to the order to find that every thing that was discounted was no longer discounted. The bullets I ordered went up by seven dolors, other stuff went up by a dolor or two. I took the bullets off the order and placed it before the stuff went up even higher. Have any of you ran into this yet?
    Last edited: Nov 12, 2012
  2. Kwesi


    Sep 23, 2006
    I ran into it at Grafs this past weekend. I was going to order a 12K brick of Fiocchi SPP's and an hour later they went up $30!

  3. seed


    Aug 3, 2004
    It will pass. After all the people who are scared run out of money due to high prices while fulfilling their needs prematurely and or out of pace compared to normal times, the demand will slow to a crawl and the prices will fall again...for a time, even below pre-election prices.
  4. I don't think bullets from Midway are the way to go anyway - but my Montana Golds, direct from them, went up $10/3000 last week.
  5. fredj338


    Dec 22, 2004
    Oh sure they will. Just like 08??? No, prices never came back down, they actually went up. Right after the 08 election, I was able to buy CCI primers for $106/5K from Graf's. The US weak $$ is part of the problem, not just re electing the idiot&chief, & that is NOT getting better going forward. So expect higher prices on anything commodity based. Buy now if you can IMO, prices will not get better, availabiltiy maybe, but cost, nope. Gas, food, ammo, everything goes up when the $$ goes down.
    Last edited: Nov 12, 2012
  6. cfec2008


    May 2, 2010
    I hate reading stuff like this. Its so depressing. Shooting, reloading, and hunting are my favorite hobbies. And all three of these things just keep getting higher and higher. I cant believe America put Obama back in office. It all just makes me sick.
  7. I Shooter

    I Shooter

    Dec 22, 2011
    SARDG I don't keep more than 500 bullets extra on hand for each rifle. I try and keep 500 live rounds for each rifle.

    When I shoot one of my rifles I put may be fifty or sixty rounds through it. Then when I place an order I will order one hundred rounds to replace them. I place an order about every two to three months. That is how I have been doing it for years and it works for me. That makes it a lot of little hits instead of one big one every year. That's how I keep up my stock.

    I don't have enough space to store thousands of rounds in my house. I have enough trouble finding places to store what I do stock.
  8. gunowner1


    Jul 11, 2011
    Jensen Beach
    I'm taking the hour and a half ride up to Space Coast Bullets in Melbourne,Florida tomorrow to stock up. I really hope they have everything I want.
  9. Things like toilet paper and food take up a lot of room - get rid of space-wasting commodities like those and you'll gain some valuable storage space. :)
  10. njl


    Sep 28, 2000
    That's what the dead space inside the roll of TP is for. I wonder how many rounds can be stuffed into an 18 pack of Charmin?
  11. DeLo


    Nov 10, 2011
    Keep us posted on them, I live within an 1 hour too; thinking about making the trip.
  12. dkf


    Aug 6, 2010
    You just got to cut down on TP use altogether. Come on man save the trees.

    Last edited: Nov 12, 2012
  13. jmorris


    Apr 13, 2006
    History shows us that unless it's a tech product prices generally always go up.

    History also shows us, when your dollar looses its value prices skyrocket. I remember paying $4500 pesos for a bag of chips.

    If your Government borrows trillions of dollars from China they have an interest in having it worth nothing when they have to pay it back.
  14. fredj338


    Dec 22, 2004
    A wise old soldier once told me all he needed was ammo, water & TP. I stock accordingly.:supergrin: