Can It Be........

Discussion in 'The Ammo & Reloading Forum' started by gandog56, Sep 27, 2009.

  1. gandog56

    gandog56 Member

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    ...that the drought might be over? I walked into the gun store, and the usually empty primer shelves were almost full.:eek:
  2. army mp

    army mp Member

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    It seems to be hit and miss. PA is still in an extreme Ammo/ Component Drought.
  3. olehippy

    olehippy New Member

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    We’re still on rationing here in S Texas, the only reliable local reloading source is still limiting sales – i.e. 100 primers/day/customer. The hoarders are still lurking here – I saw an ad on Craigs list this morning, some dude claiming $ hard times and ‘selling off’ his reloading supplies, but his prices were about 175% of GUN SHOP retail (poor bastard, but I bet some sucker jumped on top of his ripoff).

    Hopefully things are loosening up, maybe the pipeline will fill down here soon!

    Miles
  4. LurpyGeek

    LurpyGeek Active Member

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    Also depends what you're looking for. I went to a gun show yesterday and found that the crowds have relaxed a bit and some prices have dropped. Others are the same, or climbing. I haven't been able to find .380 ammo for ages. I found a very small amount of FMJ at the show and paid as much for it as I usually pay for quality defensive ammo.

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