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Where do you buy reloading equipment ?

 
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Old 03-31-2012, 11:50 PM
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Re: Where do you buy reloading equipment ?

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Get your Curio & Relic license (a type of FFL license) and most of the companies listed above will give you dealer price.

Yes, you have to wait a couple of months for it to arrive but it's $35 that pays itself back many times over.

http://www.cruffler.com/becomingcruffler.html

The Box O' Truth - Curio and Relic (C&R) Federal Firearms License (FLL)

No, I'll probably never buy a C&R weapon and use the license in that fashion, but that wasn't why I got it.
You got it so you can go to Bunker Hill to the machine gun shoot and whoopass on all the grass down there..............

I know the reason......



Additionally, Widners in Jihnson City, Tennesee (www.widners.com) is a great place for bullets and reloading supplies plus nice C&R guns too. Widners is the Hornady Distributor for east of the old muddy.... They sell Hornady in bulk, like 5000 bullets at a time. I hate 100 boxes of anything. Much cheaper in bulk lots.

I have one too........

I like to play with full auto's........
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Old 04-01-2012, 06:33 PM
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Re: Where do you buy reloading equipment ?

Before finding a local wholesaler who hooks up military folks, I was going to order form some places online. I ended up getting my Rock Chucker Supreme Kit at Cabela's when it was on sale. The price was only $3 over the wholesaler's price (and they didn't have it in stock) and I had a $20 store coupon, so I got it for a steal.

Just keep your eyes open for sales and used stuff can be a great deal if you can avoid shipping on the heavy stuff.
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Old 04-02-2012, 12:00 AM
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Re: Where do you buy reloading equipment ?

Hey I have to agree with Zep, the tech guys at Sinclair are great and the customer service is fantastic at Redding, they are also my favorite dies. Some of my stuff I search around and buy the cheapest, but some of the important stuff I stick with Sinclair.

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