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Wats going on?

 
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Old 04-06-2013, 05:09 PM
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yep went to the store[Cabela"s] in Saskatoon 5lbs IMR 4350 ,300 rounds 30cal.my choice ,brick of Mag.primers,bullets for 223,25-06 all in stock small rifle primers,231,Win.no problem getting every thing I wanted, but I ran out of cash before they show me the TRG.Wife still with Me
Wow I wish my wife would still be with me after all that.
Yeah hope and change are a mother for the rednecks and hunters of America, I cant find any reloading stuff in town and online is a waiting game when you do get to place an order.
Im still all for Letting them keep their hope and change, Ill keep my guns." I havent got anything from hOpe and change in the last 5years.
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Old 04-06-2013, 07:58 PM
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Keep a bit on hand and you don't have to worry about the hiccups so much. I keep a rather large "bit" on hand myself.
I've been in the lgs lately and they were mumbling about how they couldn't find 5.56 ammo for their new toys; I smirked and said I had enough. I got the "you're the first one I've heard say that" comment.
I feel for the guys who are trying to get their rifles ready and not hoarding (especially stuff they can't even use in hopes of price gauging), but the idiots who bought blindly and are now scrambling can reap what they've sewn.
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Old 04-06-2013, 08:11 PM
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Keep a bit on hand and you don't have to worry about the hiccups so much. I keep a rather large "bit" on hand myself.
I've been in the lgs lately and they were mumbling about how they couldn't find 5.56 ammo for their new toys; I smirked and said I had enough. I got the "you're the first one I've heard say that" comment.
I feel for the guys who are trying to get their rifles ready and not hoarding (especially stuff they can't even use in hopes of price gauging), but the idiots who bought blindly and are now scrambling can reap what they've sewn.
Runnings here in Dickinson had 223, 22lr, 9mm, and 45 acp in but had a limit of 1 box of 22lr per customer and a 2 box limit on everything else. I am doing alright I managed to find 1800 fed 215 gms, 16 lbs of h4350, 10 lbs of varget, and about 700 7mm 162 grain amaxs from 3 different people, one from Texas, Arizona, and Alaska. I should be set until things start to come back to the shelves. Still need to get some RL33 since it is a known fact that whitetails hit the ground faster when shot using RL powders..

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Old 04-07-2013, 03:29 AM
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. Still need to get some RL33 since it is a known fact that whitetails hit the ground faster when shot using RL powders..

Riley

rl33 is available in Bismarck Riley... If you don't know where p.m. me and I'll tell ya....
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