I never leave my local gun store empty-handed https://www.longrangehunting.com/th...the-local-gun-store-empty-handed-rule.255740/ and do NOT care what others think.
The beauty of reloading is the ability to work with what you have - adapt and overcome. I have purchased powders that I do not usually use but know others who trade them for what suits my needs. There are lots of members that are doing the same.
It is funny that those that prepare for the worst are all labeled hoarders.
My post was not intended to criticize how anyone buys their reloading components. It merely answered the posters question as I see it. If you took it any other way you have my apologies.