Discussion in 'Reloading Classifieds' started by Nurv1717, Feb 4, 2015.
I can't math - what is that per lb?
Oh, c'mon it's a steal compared to $300 plus shipping on GunBroker . It maybe amounts to an extra penny per round over retail if the stuff was ever in stock anywhere.
It says or best offer so please message me if you're a serious buyer.
Here's some math for you. Say you find it locally for $37/lb, which is assuming no extra mark up from the dealer, no shipping, no haz mat fees etc.
Say you load about 3.7gr for 9mm, one pound will net you about 1900 rounds. At $37/lb that's 1.95 cents per round, at $60/lb that is 3.15 cents per round. A whopping extra 60 cents per box .
Now in reverse Slow Mo.... ..0315 -.0195 =.012 x 1900 = $22.80 x 4 lb = $91.20 GLWS Math is fun.
Well, if $91.20 is a material difference to you over 7600 rounds, maybe representing 6 months of shooting depending on your volume then that's your deal. This is still all based on the assumption that you can get it for $37/lb, which I really doubt.
If it's not for you, no problem, move along.
I don't usually do this, but this stuff is in stock at a retailer right now and the shipped price is $80 lower.
Damn, let him sell his powder, will ya?
I'll believe it when I see it.
Interested in powder trades?
I have most everything I need, but my friend is looking for Winchester Autocomp, CFE pistol or Vit 3N37 or 3N38 so maybe trade for those.
Got a 1 lb of autocomp & cfe pistol. Also got titegroup, bullseye, h110 and a bunch of rifle powders
Ask your friend if he's interested in some of the holy grail of open gun powders,
Snapple - Sent you a message
BilLM - He may be interested in some Vectan powder, what is your offer?
Straight pound for pound trade for the N320. Not interested in selling any at this time.
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