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Re: Where to get reloading boxes cheap? [Re: kragman1] #15221371 09/14/20
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Sign up for sales at Dvor.com. You have to wait for them to go on sale, but I've gotten them for about $2 per.


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Re: Where to get reloading boxes cheap? [Re: kragman1] #15223241 09/14/20
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MTM with the mechanical hinge are the best !

Re: Where to get reloading boxes cheap? [Re: HuntnShoot] #15237167 09/19/20
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Originally Posted by HuntnShoot
The National Metallic boxes in bulk at Midway are the cheapest I've found in general. I have dozens of them. I prefer the MTM with the actual hinges, rather than just a flexible strip, but I'm a sucker for bargains. I'll use the NM boxes until the cheaper hinge fails.



I've bought the cheap boxes. I'll only buy the boxes with hinges now. They are worth the extra $'s


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Re: Where to get reloading boxes cheap? [Re: kragman1] #15238673 09/19/20
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If you buy MTM boxes in bulk at Midway they can be had for around $2 a box. That's what I did with several sizes some years ago, when they were even chaper, and still generally have some of the right size on hand for a new project.

These threads always kind of remind me of one where a guy mentioned how much he'd paid for his brand-new pre-'64 Model 70 Winchester in 1950-something. Whereupon several other guys (not just one) said they would buy a LOT of pre-'64s at that price. Of course, the guy that bought the rifle was making less than $400 a month back then...


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Re: Where to get reloading boxes cheap? [Re: kragman1] #15239554 09/19/20
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These look usefull:

https://www.repackbox.com/


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Re: Where to get reloading boxes cheap? [Re: kragman1] #15239613 09/20/20
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