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Might have to take the cans in for recycling.

I see a place here with H4350 showing in stock!

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Reply #1
You'd better run to the recycling center quick.
Powder doesn't last long anywhere..  ;)
You have 2 kidneys right. One is a spare for when powder or primers
come available.  lol

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Reply #2
I did a count, I can load 700 Berger's and 500 Hornadys, so I am even with components up to 1200 rounds. I don't compete, so should be ok for a bit. I still need some more .22 and .17HMR still.
lol Ranger 188
Maybe donate plasma, I think they pay for that.

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Reply #3
I still have 5 unopened 8# kegs that were purchased at $180 sitting safely in an undisclosed location from here. I cannot imagine having to find primers and powder during this shortage.
Chris
Yup! That is a 6.5 in my saddle scabbard

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Reply #4
Very nice Chris!  I was at that store with the H4350 and it was gone lol.

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Reply #5
My brother left me 2 kegs of H4350 and RE16 when he passed away. I feel very fortunate to have such a reserve. I have been doing a bit of loading for a couple of close friends. This shit has got to come to a halt pretty soon. I have cut way back on my shooting practices with the use of ammo since moving to Idaho. The 22lr has been taking a beating though.
Chris
Yup! That is a 6.5 in my saddle scabbard