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Lee Reloading Dies

Discussion in 'Ammunition & Reloading' started by mrbook, Mar 2, 2012.

  1. mrbook

    mrbook Battle Ground, Washington Member

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    Does anyone know of a store that sells Lee reloading dies in the Portland/Vancouver area?

    Thank you.
     
  2. datguy

    datguy Vancouver, WA Member

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    Not that I know of. Fisherman's and Wholesale Sports have RCBS and Hornady. I order online.
     
  3. mrbook

    mrbook Battle Ground, Washington Member

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    Yeah I usually do order online but with all the shipping costs going up I figured I would try local and see if there was still savings to buy online.
     
  4. Silver02ex

    Silver02ex Hillsboro, OR Member

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    I dont' know of any place, I usually buy from Midway USA.
     
  5. rrojohnso

    rrojohnso Vancouver, WA Member

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    Cabela's in lacy for sure - make it a road trip :)

    They also have the Lee factory crimp dies.
     
  6. rrojohnso

    rrojohnso Vancouver, WA Member

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    One thing on Cabela's, they never seem to have in stock specifically what I need... could be just my luck, too. So online becomes a great resource for me these days, and from the sounds of it, I am not alone.
     
  7. Throckmorton

    Throckmorton Florence,Ore ah gone Well-Known Member

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    I think I hve seen a few sets /small selection at Wholesale Sports in Orchards. NOt positive so I"d call before going down there.
     
  8. mrbook

    mrbook Battle Ground, Washington Member

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    Thanks all for the feedback it looks like my best bet is still online.
     
  9. datguy

    datguy Vancouver, WA Member

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    When I specify UPSS priority mail when I checkout at MidwayUSA or Sinclair Intl. my order gets here in 2 or 3 days vs a full week for UPS..
     
  10. Puddin99

    Puddin99 Scappoose, OR Member

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  11. deadshot2

    deadshot2 NW Quadrant WA State Well-Known Member

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    Absolutely the best, especially if your order is fairly large. There's a built in savings of around 8.5% on average (wink, wink) if you live in WA State.
     
  12. rrojohnso

    rrojohnso Vancouver, WA Member

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    I know you've decided to go online, which is always a safe bet. But an FYI, I was at Warehouse Sports in Orchards last night, and all they have is 'room' for a few factory crimp dies from Lee. None were in stock, and no tags were there for other reloading dies.
     
  13. mrbook

    mrbook Battle Ground, Washington Member

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    Thanks for the heads up and yeah I have been in their quite a few times and noticed they a carry a few lee items just no reloading dies.
     
  14. dustoffmedic

    dustoffmedic Willsonville Member

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    Go to the factory sales at lee... lots of good prices there.. I buy all my lee reloading items from them... hope that helps
     
  15. Gunner3456

    Gunner3456 Salem Well-Known Member

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    I've done fine on ebay. There are sellers there who must be dealers or wholesalers because they have lots of them.

    Is this a fair price? I haven't bought any in a long time.

    Link .40 SW 3 die set
     
  16. mrbook

    mrbook Battle Ground, Washington Member

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    I have made quite a few purchases from Reloading Die and Die Sets, Case Cleaning and Preperation items in The 4 Sportsmen store on eBay! really good prices on dies and fair shipping charges

    Graf & Sons - The Reloading Authority - Your Source for Shooting Supplies is another good place but the ebay store above seems to be a little bit cheaper.
     
  17. mrbook

    mrbook Battle Ground, Washington Member

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    I used them a few times and the have good prices just charge alot for shipping.
     
  18. Gunner3456

    Gunner3456 Salem Well-Known Member

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