CCI Small Pistol Primers #500

I got notified that Midway had some on Sunday I was able to load one in my cart went to order more and there was a limit of 1 so it would of cost 34.00 plus 12.00 hazmat plus 12.00 shipping for total of 58.00 to get 1000 primers to my door. I said no thanks. I understand the limits but would only work for me if I was buying other items to combine the shipping.
 

Critter9a

Load Data Eligible Henry steel 357 Magnum
Staff member
I got notified that Midway had some on Sunday I was able to load one in my cart went to order more and there was a limit of 1 so it would of cost 34.00 plus 12.00 hazmat plus 12.00 shipping for total of 58.00 to get 1000 primers to my door. I said no thanks. I understand the limits but would only work for me if I was buying other items to combine the shipping.
That's where I am, not willing to spend extra money for parts to reload. Once this WUFLU is history and the election is over then I will spend for extra stock supply. ie: 10k small pistol/rifle and small magnum primers and 8 lb containers of specific powders
 

Reb Tyree

Load Data Elibible CZ75B SA
I'm just about out of small pistol primers,. Real low on CCI 41. Large pistol, is getting low since I've been shooting my 1911's more. I bought 10,000 of each just before the last election.

I try to keep a minimum of 5,000 of each primers in reserve. But not being able to get anymore right now, I'm having to dip into my reserves.
 

walterbunning

Load Data Eligible Ruger Blackhawk
Staff member
I'm just about out of small pistol primers,. Real low on CCI 41. Large pistol, is getting low since I've been shooting my 1911's more. I bought 10,000 of each just before the last election.

I try to keep a minimum of 5,000 of each primers in reserve. But not being able to get anymore right now, I'm having to dip into my reserves.
I have been keeping 10k of each, but just dipped into my spp reserve.
 

Reb Tyree

Load Data Elibible CZ75B SA
I have been keeping 10k of each, but just dipped into my spp reserve.
Good Morning Walter,

Keep an out for Estate Sales. I was able to pick up 7K of large pistol and small & large rifle GM match primers, 900 bullets, 30-30 170 gr Sierra, 44 mag 240 gr Speer, .224 in 52 gr Barnes Match burners, 70 gr Nosler, assorted Berger VLD bullets, 300 243 Win cases, 500 Nickel plated 357 mag once fired cases (Federal), 500 5.56 LC brass. I also picked up 5 books, 3 on the Ruger Blackhawks, and 2 Reloading manuals, one was a brand new Berger Manual. Plus 5 lbs of IMR assorted powders, that I normally use all were sealed and new production.

My buddy was at the same "Estate Sale" about 30 minutes before me and scored 25K primers, 10K assorted .30 cal for 300 Win mag, .338 Lapua bullets, Brass in .300 Win mag and .338 Lapua, assorted Reloading Equipment (Dillion 550 press and assorted tool heads with dies and stands etc, Redding Big Boss single stage, Redding dies, a Harrell Powder measure) and assorted brass, and 20 pounds of IMR assorted powders.

The gentleman who had past away was an avid hunter, Long Range Target shooter, also did Cowboy Action Shooting, and was a avid Reloader. He has a very nice Reloading Room attached to his garage.

So it pays to watch for Estate Sales, you never know what you may find in Reloading equipment or supplies!!!

Reb and my Merry band of fur buddies
🤠🐩🐶🐕🐶🐕
 

76Highboy

Load Data Eligible Ruger SR1911
Staff member
That's where I am, not willing to spend extra money for parts to reload. Once this WUFLU is history and the election is over then I will spend for extra stock supply. ie: 10k small pistol/rifle and small magnum primers and 8 lb containers of specific powders
I agree. I am finding components in local stores. I am averaging 1 box of bullets and 2k primers per month. Slowly but surely.

Highboy
 
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