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Is anyone reloading these days ?

Postby m1able » Fri Feb 22, 2013 6:46 am

My son in law and I have been considering looking into getting a reloader and at least have the capability to reload at some point in the future. So if anybody sees any deals on brass, bullets, powder, etc. please post up. Plus this section didn't have any comments and I thought it needed to be opened up.
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Re: Is anyone reloading these days ?

Postby medicmike » Fri Feb 22, 2013 8:41 am

Not much in my AO for components right now. Everyone is sold out of primers and powder. I haven't done any reloading in years but still watch what is on the shelves.
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Re: Is anyone reloading these days ?

Postby Muleskinner » Fri Feb 22, 2013 7:12 pm

m1able wrote:My son in law and I have been considering looking into getting a reloader and at least have the capability to reload at some point in the future. So if anybody sees any deals on brass, bullets, powder, etc. please post up. Plus this section didn't have any comments and I thought it needed to be opened up.


M1ABLE - There is a gun show this weekend at the Trademart at the Fairgrounds. There is usually at least one vendor that specializes in reloading supplies that is there almost every show. Sorry I don't know his name but it might be worth the trip if he shows up. I would suggest going Saturday and showing up VERY early. Last show the word was that when they opened the doors, most everyone either went straight for the AR-15's or reloading supplies. Good luck!
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Re: Is anyone reloading these days ?

Postby Treehugger » Fri Feb 22, 2013 8:44 pm

The last time I bought off the shelf ammo ( except shotgun shells) was about 6 or 7 years ago. Since primers went into hiding I just reload less. I haven't stopped, just slowed down. I used to load 2,000 at a time, now I do it 200 at a time.
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Re: Is anyone reloading these days ?

Postby m1able » Wed Mar 06, 2013 6:25 am

Does any one have any insight or feedback on tumblers? Not a cheap one and not the very best, just a good one all around.
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Re: Is anyone reloading these days ?

Postby fastback65 » Wed Mar 06, 2013 9:34 am

I have used Lyman, RCBS, and I am now using this one.. http://www.midwayusa.com/product/414369/frankford-arsenal-quick-n-ez-case-tumbler-master-kit-with-quick-n-ez-rotary-media-separator-110-volt. They have all worked pretty good for me. I have been tempted to try the one at Harbor Freight. I is huge and seems to be well built. There is a great deal on MS Gu Owners right now on a Dillon and a case separator for 90.00.
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