Powder

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  1. BroncoFan

    BroncoFan
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    Hey all,
    Where is everybody getting their pistol and rifle powders? Or are you? All the usual online suspects see to be out of stock and what is there seems to be a pretty penny. I'm not talking a pound at a time but rather 8# or so.
    Any go to stores in Bend, Portland or thereabouts?
     
  2. coyoteman5

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    Sportsmens warehouse or Fishermans Marine portland area
     
  3. Guilty

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    I have been buying powder online. It is out there but you have to search diligently and be ready to buy as soon as it shows up.
     
  4. BroncoFan

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    Actually just snatched up some Alliant at Natchez, but everything else was out of stock. Crazy.
     
  5. Grunwald

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    It's my fault. I have been buying it all to fuel my new rocket to get off this cursed rock.
     
  6. BroncoFan

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    Lol...I was hoping that I could pick some up cheap from all those guys that are losing their firearms in all the boating accidents off the coast.
     
  7. Kimber Custom

    Kimber Custom
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    Cabelas in union gap wa has been a great source during this drought
     
  8. Nickb

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    They have been good on primers, not so much on powder. I usually make my rounds around Yakima 2 times a week looking for Varget and WST.
     

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