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Why the mad dash on reloading supplies?

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Re: Why the mad dash on reloading supplies?

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Better than 22's and they fit in a small shoebox.....
No doubt
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    Re: Why the mad dash on reloading supplies?

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    So i go to my local reloading supply place today to look for a couple boxes of 162 grain A-Max's, they had 1700 of them, i bought 200 for $30 a box.
    Can't believe you left 1,500. You could buy them today at $30 and sell them at college time for $60 to $100 per box and pay for the first year of college.
    It's an investment.

    That might be a life time supply......

    They will never be this cheap again and IF~N THE (D)s get the house in 2014 the jig will be up and them 1,500 will pay for all your college. $300/ box after BO FREE CELL PHONE TAXES!
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    Can't believe you left 1,500. You could buy them today at $30 and sell them at college time for $60 to $100 per box and pay for the first year of college.
    It's an investment.

    That might be a life time supply......

    They will never be this cheap again and IF~N THE (D)s get the house in 2014 the jig will be up and them 1,500 will pay for all your college. $300/ box after BO FREE CELL PHONE TAXES!
    We will start the bidding at $45/box.......

    I was thinking of buying them and selling them on here for $40 a box +shipping, but man that would be a hassle for $150 .
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    Riley, you got to start thinking outside the box. Way down the road. 5 years from now they COULD be $50 or $300, or just a lifetime supply. I'd rather own them than stocks. Think about them VOR-TX TTSXs ......
    I know when I like something they stop making it! Remington might write off Barnes Bullets and there you would be.
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    True but in 5 years they could be $10/box because something 100x better came out and they are now obsolete. Think the original x bullet, now the LRX. You never know. If i had $510 i would buy them but i spent most of my money on a 6.5x284 last year. But i do agree with you on the lifetime supply part.
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    Good deal. Thats:

    1 for Riley
    0 for (D)s


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    Re: Why the mad dash on reloading supplies?

    Riley...

    I know you always say you are a young whippersnapper...

    I just want to know, how can we tell if it's your dad posting or you posting?

    I have this feeling that you both post under the same name??

    Come clean, true or false?

    The reason I say that is some things you post sound as though they are coming from an adult and I assume you are a young boy...assume, but I can't look at you so it's only an assumption.
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