Charleston going to affect ammo/loading supplies?

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  1. RVTECH

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    Anyone planning on 'bumping up' on reloading supplies? Think this will have an effect or is that a thing of the past?
     
  2. Greenbug

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    Probably not a bad idea if you are even remotely low. Politicians will start spouting off about how we need more gun control and that will start the feeding frenzy all over again.
     
  3. Mark W.

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    Republican controlled House and Senate.

    not to mention where would one find these mythical supplies to stock up on anyway.
     
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  4. misterarman

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    Everything political has an effect and everything is political.
    if what happened in SC isn't bad enough, don't forget we have an election coming.
     
  5. TOVO

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    Executive Order?
     
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  6. RVTECH

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    Bend Sportsman's for one - it's in pretty good shape right now.
     
  7. John Gault

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    YES
     
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  8. Just Jim

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    Not worried about it, I reload but keep an eye out for deals in components. Ammo is the key though, gun is just a club without ammo.
     
  9. RVTECH

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    I may score another K of SP mag primers but otherwise I have stocked up when and where I could so I am pretty well set, for a poor boy!
     
  10. Steve M

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    I've decided to never again get caught by a panicked market and to put away ammo and reloading supplies just as I do food and water. So yes, I am still slowly bumping up from where I was a year or two ago, but this is hardly a Sandy Hook level of event.

    Hillsboro Sportman's Warehouse is doing well also, even had Bullseye and Red Dot on the shelves today not to mention more than enough rifle powder to satisfy most buyers. Strangely the primers are starting to get hard to find when they were the first supply that I saw starting to come back in stock regularly about a year ago.
     
  11. Certaindeaf

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    Even during and after the badness before this one happened, you could get 8lbs of Promo for $80 and primers for $18/1000.. shooters (not re-selling speculators) should already be "stocked up" with da kine.
     
  12. evltwn

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    I buy powder whenever I see it. Just added 3 more pounds. I am good for 30,000 rounds. I also cast my own boolits. Never know when the next shortage will occur.
     
  13. Benchrest

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    I'm pretty well stocked.
     
  14. P7id10T

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    My motto: stock up when you can. Who wants to get forked again like the shortages of 2013?
     
  15. Certaindeaf

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    That's good for 2/3 of a year for some.. but I hear you.
     
  16. Certaindeaf

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    Forked like what is still going on? lol. I think Bi-Mart etc. has made selling dust a business model for a very long time. That's code for one must be a bit more proactive in their sourcing.. for a very long time.
     
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  17. P7id10T

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    Proactive is right! At least now I can find pills, primers and powder for all the calibers I load. When the budget allows, I pick up more, even though I have a few years' worth.

    I don't even bother going to Bi-Mart for anything but bird shot. Still, every time I am there, I check the gun counter. Dust is in high demand.
     
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  18. Martini_Up

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    my bi-mart has a ton of ammo... and very little reloading components and zero 22lr
     

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