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Raleigh NC Gun Show Primer/Powder Availability?

Discussion in 'Carolina Glockers' started by glock30sfuser, Apr 25, 2009.

  1. glock30sfuser

    glock30sfuser

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    I was wondering if I am the first person in this show next saturday what do yall think the chances of me picking up any small/large pistol primers or small rifle primer will be? I have never been to the dixie show and have no idea how plentiful reloading supplies are there. Thanks for all of your help
     
  2. BadAndy

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    I bet you'll find some even if you aren't first in the door...they'll be way over priced though.
     


  3. glock30sfuser

    glock30sfuser

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    I hear ya I got there about 7:30 in line and ran to the back to the ammo reloading. Did find a 8lb jug of Hodgon H 335 for 155 which wasnt bad but the man behind the counter said he bought his primers off gunbroker.com so I didnt even bother asking for prices
     
  4. GMT

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    Hey Perry's in Zebulon had Federal large pistol primers for $37.00 a thousand last week.
     
  5. RUReady

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    37 a K?? Wow..what a deal. We all ought to remember these "friends" when things calm down and never spend a cent with them again.
     
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    Yep. I just don't see prices going down again.
     
  7. BadAndy

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    As much as that price sucks, if someone was able to get a few thousand primers online, the added cost for shipping and hazmat would add a bit to the price.

    I placed an order with Cabelas a little while ago for 3k large pistol primers....$29 a box plus $13 for shipping and $20 hazmat fee. It was nice being able to pick up as many primers as I needed from Sportsmans Warehouse for $27 a box and only pay tax.