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Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by winselect, Dec 24, 2012.

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  1. winselect

    winselect TS Member

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    Where is the best place to buy reloading supplies
     
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    Recob's Target Shop
     
  3. rhett1977

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    Where do you live?
    www.powdervalleyinc.com
    www.gamaliel.com
    www.conniescomponents.com
    www.genesears.com

    These all have great prices
     
  4. arend003

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    I'll second Recobs great folks to do business with.
     
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    It all depends on where you live. Sportsman's warehouse was good when they were here, however they closed this store after the buyout.

    Our best are Recob's and Midwest Shooter's Supply.

    HM
     
  6. MNGuns

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    If you live in the upper MidWest, Recobs Target shop is hard to beat. Good pricing, great service, and with SpeeDee shipping the hazmat and shipping costs are usually half of what UPS will ding you for. I like that they know me by name.
     
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    Sportsmen's Den in Shelby,Ohio. Guns and everything related.
    Clyde
     
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    Southwest - Gene Sears
     
  9. Bob_K

    Bob_K Well-Known Member

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    I order my supplies from the same place my club orders their claybirds, and they all arrive on the same truck.
     
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    Does Gene Sears sells to retail customers ?

    ~JB
     
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    Here in S.E. PA I use Richland Shooter Supply in Richland, PA. (North of Reading, PA) Jim is great to deal with and has always had very fair prices. Our Club also purchases our White Flyer targets from him.
     
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    Yes Gene sells to anyone. Just call ahead and make sure he's got it in stock.
     
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    In NJ, the one and only Gene Salomon, Farmingdale, NJ..
     
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    In the West Connie's Components is hard to beat. Good prices and fast service.
     
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    Recobs - without a doubt the best source of comprehensive loading supplies at reasonable prices, and incredibly decent folks to do business with.
     
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    We find our best service/price at Gamaleil in KY.
     
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    Just bought powder from Graf & Sons. Good price and low shipping.
     
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    If you buy in larger quantities Connie's has great sale prices on some items and quick delivery. But, every time I purchase components I check out all the Internet vendors mentioned above. The prices and delivery charges will vary.
     
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    Isn't there some kind of major hazmat charge to ship powder or primers? Bill
     
  20. winselect

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    Yes there is Bill, A 1000ct of primers is $26.00, haz mat charge $27.00 bucks, shipping $14.00. Only way to make it work is to order several Kegs of powder and several boxes of primers.
     
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