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cholmsten

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Probably the best for that would be your local reloading store. Base pro shops/Cabelas used to. The problem with ordering such a small number of primers is the HAZMAT charge. Not worth it for only a couple hundred primers.
 
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Every store I have ever been in since the 1970s sells primers by the 100 rd count package when they have primers to sell. I guess your wanting to mail order? If you can't go to a sporting goods or gun shop, have a friend buy a 100 rd package next time they visit a store. I am seeing the 180 bucks per 1000 down to 119 or so.
 

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XUSNORDIE has made a generous offer.

If I had known you needed some,, I too could have taken care of that when you were here.
 

HumphreyDaBear

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Is it what you need now or down the road? With the ongoing status of today's social behavior, I say buy for the future. What's here today may not be here tomorrow… and it isn't going to be cheaper later. I don't need anything to reload for quite awhile, but I still buy when a decent deal comes along.
 

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Sometimes it's the brass,, not the primers.

I've been helping my DIL with her .300 Blackout. We sorted the brass by brands. Then, during loading,, we had some,, that required a trip through the Dillon Super Swage. Some was expected.
But when we got to the Hornady brass,, thinking; "American made,, both brass & primers, no problems would arise." WRONG!!!!
The Hornady brass required a trip through the Dillon was required.

Sometimes,, it's the brass,, not the primers.
 
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