Decent shipment of powder at Sportsman Warehouse

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  1. Otter

    Otter
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    Stopped by the Salem Sportsman Warehouse tonight and they had a really good list of powders in stock that they got in today. I would assume the other stores got a similar shipment. I can't recall what all they had, but the list was fairly long. If you are looking for something specific, would be worth calling.

    I bought 2 of the 5 lbs of N135 they got in and can't be happier. Only wish they had some H4198.
     
  2. DieselScout

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    I was there yesterday and myself and another guy were surprised at what they had. I picked up a pound and the other guy got an 8 pound jug. I had been there a week before and got some primers and they still had some yesterday. Nice to see some stuff lasting on the shelf.
     
  3. jluck

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    Yep, Stuff is coming back and should continue to get better (if we let it).
     
  4. RVTECH

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    I hate to 'Beat a dead horse' but .22 might be the last thing to get better. Sportsman's Warehouse in Bend got in 250 bricks last week and it was gone in a couple house according to reports from the personnel who were working at the time.
     
  5. Otter

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    Were they limiting the number of brick a person could buy? One a-hole could buy the entire lot. I dislike limits as much as the next guy, but have to admit they need to be used with some items until this passes.
     
  6. spectra

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    My local Sportsmans limits .22 to one brick when in stock. Powder is a 2lb limit also.
     

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