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  • smdub

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    MDS Supporter
    Nov 14, 2012
    3,723
    MoCo
    I just got an email from KRArmory.com (I think I've bought ammo from them before. Edit: Yes, I bought a couple thousand Barnul 7.62x39 from them earlier this year. They were legit and no problems.)
    $470 delivered for 5000 SPP (Ginex brand). That $94/1k.
     

    guzma393

    Member
    Jan 15, 2020
    495
    Columbia, MD
    As of this post, SRMP CCI 450s for 8.5 cents per primer, shipped at KYgunco

     

    guzma393

    Member
    Jan 15, 2020
    495
    Columbia, MD
    I'm longing for a case of 5k LRP's for less than 10 cents per primer. I'm pretty much ahead on stocking SRP's when they dropped cases for 5-5.5 cents per primer two years ago. Glad to help bend wallets if you need them.
     

    jef955

    Member
    MDS Supporter
    Feb 26, 2011
    431
    Maryland

    Brownells 84.99 per thousand Large pistol primers limit 2.
     

    chilipeppermaniac

    Active Member
    MDS Supporter
    Man o Man, I never thought when I got started in shooting 40 years ago that primers would be more expensive than full factory ammo used to be.

    I finally got my reloader maybe 12 years ago, and sadly lost my shooting/reloading buddy to apparent suicide 1.25 years ago.

    Having dies ,powder,brass, and lead for most of my rifle calibers and most pistol components, I seem to remember acquiring a supply of rifle primers ( old military stock) but think I am lacking in pistol primers.

    Kills me to think I may be financially unable to reload for my .38/357, .44, 45 and 40.
    Freaking hundreds of dollars for primers seems intolerable. Heck, my last car cost me $200 and my last truck was $1.
     
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    cotman68

    Member
    Feb 21, 2010
    780
    Stewartstown, Pa
    Man o Man, I never thought when I got started in shooting 40 years ago that primers would be more expensive than full factory ammo used to be.

    I finally got my reloader maybe 12 years ago, and sadly lost my shooting/reloading buddy to apparent suicide 1.25 years ago.

    Having dies ,powder,brass, and lead for most of my rifle calibers and most pistol components, I seem to remember acquiring a supply of rifle primers ( old military stock) but think I am lacking in pistol primers.

    Kills me to think I may be financially unable to reload for my .38/357, .44, 45 and 40.
    Freaking hundreds of dollars for primers seems intolerable. Heck, my last car cost me $200 and my last truck was $1.

    Ok, Thanks. Been a week for me
     

    Melnic

    Active Member
    MDS Supporter
    Dec 27, 2012
    13,143
    HoCo
    $95 plus shipping & Hazmat 5 max
    CCI SRP
    In stock (for now long, who knows)
     

    410scotts

    Junior Member
    Mar 2, 2021
    62
    Columbia, MD
    $95 plus shipping & Hazmat 5 max
    CCI SRP
    In stock (for now long, who knows)
    I drove to Ohio last week and stopped at a Sportsman's Warehouse in WV. Was able to pick up CCI #400 for $5.06 per 100, limit 2 . Grabbed 200 on the way there and 200 on the way home. It was nice to see some stores are still selling at reasonable prices.
     

    Sticky

    Beware of Dog
    Mar 16, 2013
    3,931
    AA Co
    Natchos has BR-2 primers in stock, if you want them that bad to pay $170/k....
     

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