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Reloading Supplies

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by dolphin77, Dec 3, 2009.

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  1. dolphin77

    dolphin77 Member

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    I'm just getting ready to start shooting and reloading after being out for a couple of years. I was reloading Rem Gun Clubs with 1 oz shot, Chedette (sp?) primers, Hog. Clays powder (I think) and Claybuster wads (I think), does that sound about right? Our club got the supplies from Gamaliel. I just checked Gamaliel and they seem to be out of stock on everything...is this a short term problem or am I picking a bad time to start back shooting and reloading? Thanks WC
     
  2. fssberson

    fssberson Active Member

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    Try Powder Valley out of Kansas. They are nice to work with and seem to have everything that you are looking for. Fred
     
  3. wolfram

    wolfram Well-Known Member

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    There has been a run on all types of reloading components since November 2008. Supplies seem to be catching up with demand a little bit but the net result is higher prices.

    CLAY and International Clays are still hard to find but you can get Alliant powders in several places. Red Dot/Promo and Green Dot will do what ever you need in the way of target loads.

    Wads don't seem to be a problem at most supply houses.

    Primers are also becoming available again but Cheddites sell for quite a bit more than they did a year ago. Check conniescomponents.com for another source.
     
  4. Hoosier Daddy

    Hoosier Daddy TS Member

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    Cheddites are $118 for 5000, Winchesters are about $150, Remingtons around $180, that is around Southern Indiana.
     
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