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Hi. I need two last pieces of equipment to start reloading. I went out to Sportsmans Waehouse on 82nd to buy a Lee hand primer and a Lee scale. I had seen them before a few time but they did not have either. The reloading area looked like a marauding army went through it. Anyone know who else carries these items locally. Thanks
 
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Hi. I need two last pieces of equipment to start reloading. I went out to Sportsmans Waehouse on 82nd to buy a Lee hand primer and a Lee scale. I had seen them before a few time but they did not have either. The reloading area looked like a marauding army went through it. Anyone know who else carries these items locally. Thanks


Yeah I would be interested to know also.
I was there tonight and the shelves were looking kinda bare.
 
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Not too much local stock of lee equipment.You might have to do online ordering or get your favorite store to bring it in for you.If you buy online look around ALOT as prices vary greatly...Robin
 
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Only place I've found is Cabela's in Lacy, WA. But if you did that, add another 30 dollars for gas, heh. It's 131 miles from Hillsboro. But they have all lee stuff in stock.
 
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lee online is the mosr expensive...Midway is much better on price and still reliable...F&M reloading is about the cheapest...BUT...can be kinda slow sometimes...Robin
 
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