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cowboy1964
10-12-2010, 08:17
I want to get a small quantity to start with and I don't want to pay the $24 Hazmat fee by ordering online. Who has powder/primers in stock in NE Ohio?

sig2009
10-12-2010, 08:56
I want to get a small quantity to start with and I don't want to pay the $24 Hazmat fee by ordering online. Who has powder/primers in stock in NE Ohio?

Any weekend gun show in your area.

XDRoX
10-12-2010, 08:58
I want to get a small quantity to start with and I don't want to pay the $24 Hazmat fee by ordering online. Who has powder/primers in stock in NE Ohio?

Have you considered buy 5K primers and a pound or two or different powders online? You'll only pay one hazmat fee from powdervalley or grafs.

Having 8lbs of a powder you don't like would suck, but the primers you'll use.

Just a suggestion.

DoctaGlockta
10-12-2010, 09:40
Hang on and let me make some calls. What city do you live in so I can narrow it down?

garander
10-13-2010, 06:25
fin fur feather outdoor store on route 250 and 71 would be worth the 45 minute drive. they have a really well stocked reloading section. plus guns, bows, fishin, clothes, safes, ect

billy b
10-13-2010, 07:30
dawsons near canton. kames north canton.

dbarry
10-13-2010, 16:33
fin fur feather outdoor store on route 250 and 71 would be worth the 45 minute drive. they have a really well stocked reloading section. plus guns, bows, fishin, clothes, safes, ect

+1 fin fur feather is worth the drive no matter where you live in ohio. Nearly the whole basement of this huge store is reloading stuff. They have got primers and powder out the waa-zoo! Their powder prices are awesome. It is a couple hour drive for me but well worth it.

Quack
10-13-2010, 17:45
Was just at Fin Feather & Fur yesterday. the lower level is now all reloading stuff.
Give them a call ans see if they have what you are looking for.

it's Exit 186 off of I-71, right next to Grandpa's Cheesebarn.

FiremanMike
10-13-2010, 19:37
fin fur feather outdoor store on route 250 and 71 would be worth the 45 minute drive. they have a really well stocked reloading section. plus guns, bows, fishin, clothes, safes, ect

That's exactly what I was going to suggest.

I've been known to make the 2 hour trip from my house to get stuff there, IMHO the most complete reloading retail shop around..

bug
10-13-2010, 19:46
http://www.patsreloading.com/patsrel/prices.aspx?category=AllNever