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Re: Buddy looking for IMR4350 [Re: earlybrd] #15654150 01/14/21
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Originally Posted by earlybrd
Yes long mountain on 60 in Amherst


Not finding a location called Long Mountain

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Re: Buddy looking for IMR4350 [Re: CFVA] #15654465 01/14/21
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I have an 8 lb jug partially full, maybe 6 lb. I'm trying to convert to IMR 4451 or even H4350. To bad you're not closer.


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Re: Buddy looking for IMR4350 [Re: CFVA] #15654862 01/14/21
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this is the worst I have seen. In the 90s, VV could be found and substituted for IMR, H, etc. Today, nothing. Not even presses are out there. Never thought I would see used rock chuckers scalping at $400+


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I have an extra rock chucker and I'd sell it for less than that. ha ha


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Re: Buddy looking for IMR4350 [Re: longbarrel] #15654931 01/14/21
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Originally Posted by longbarrel
this is the worst I have seen. In the 90s, VV could be found and substituted for IMR, H, etc. Today, nothing. Not even presses are out there. Never thought I would see used rock chuckers scalping at $400+


I don't care what anyone says, there's no end in sight. How can there be? The pandemic is bad enough, couple that with the riots this past spring and summer, Biden/Harris and the storming of the Capitol. No way there's an end in sight sooner than 4-10 years. Someone make me feel better and convince me other wise.

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Re: Buddy looking for IMR4350 [Re: StudDuck] #15654943 01/14/21
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Originally Posted by StudDuck
Originally Posted by longbarrel
this is the worst I have seen. In the 90s, VV could be found and substituted for IMR, H, etc. Today, nothing. Not even presses are out there. Never thought I would see used rock chuckers scalping at $400+


I don't care what anyone says, there's no end in sight. How can there be? The pandemic is bad enough, couple that with the riots this past spring and summer, Biden/Harris and the storming of the Capitol. No way there's an end in sight. Someone make me feel better and convince me other wise.


Do not give up hope, until after the 20th. Things are happening. Just hide and watch. Plenty of time to give up hope later. Listen to simonparkes.org. Good info from a great man.


You did not "seen" anything, you "saw" it.
A "creek" has water in it, a "crick" is what you get in your neck.
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Re: Buddy looking for IMR4350 [Re: Bugger] #15654964 01/14/21
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Originally Posted by Bugger
I have an 8 lb jug partially full, maybe 6 lb. I'm trying to convert to IMR 4451 or even H4350. To bad you're not closer.


I like 4451 real well. I use it in my -06 under 150 Interlocks. It works well in the Creed etc., too. Don't discount that IMR4350. Under the 129 Interlock, it is great in my .260s.


You did not "seen" anything, you "saw" it.
A "creek" has water in it, a "crick" is what you get in your neck.
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Re: Buddy looking for IMR4350 [Re: StudDuck] #15655000 01/14/21
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Originally Posted by StudDuck
Originally Posted by longbarrel
this is the worst I have seen. In the 90s, VV could be found and substituted for IMR, H, etc. Today, nothing. Not even presses are out there. Never thought I would see used rock chuckers scalping at $400+


I don't care what anyone says, there's no end in sight. How can there be? The pandemic is bad enough, couple that with the riots this past spring and summer, Biden/Harris and the storming of the Capitol. No way there's an end in sight sooner than 4-10 years. Someone make me feel better and convince me other wise.



Used Chuckers @ 400 bucks? Yikes.

Wish I could Duck, wish I could. All I can say is that the 40K of 22 is getting a lot more looks and use. The 25k primers are escalating in value at an untold rate, not to mention the powder and bullets. Hot Damn I could be rich!



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Re: Buddy looking for IMR4350 [Re: CFVA] #15678266 01/19/21
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Somebody found the 4831 it’s gone

Re: Buddy looking for IMR4350 [Re: Swifty52] #15678689 01/19/21
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Originally Posted by Swifty52
So to put this into perspective. Through the Clinton shortage and the Obama shortage there was one constant, I could always find H380 because nobody likes it, and the fact it’s made at St. Mark’s in Florida. This time there isn’t even H380 to be found so this is deeper and much worse. I wouldn’t expect to see much of anything until this Covid sh*t goes away and whatever new restrictions are put into place 1-21-2021.


I completely agree with this, I have a Mom and Pop LGS that kept at least some stock through the Clinton and Obummer shortages even H380, and yes I HATE THAT POWDER !!!!!!!!!!

This store had almost nothing but had some bullet's I have been looking for for some time..........the price tag said they were from 2016. I asked the manager where they came from, he said we are cleaning out the closet's so we have something on the shelves. They had not one grain of powder or one single primer and Biden is not even in office yet !!!!!!!!!!

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I’ve got a few pounds where are you located? I would try RL16 if you can find it.

Re: Buddy looking for IMR4350 [Re: CFVA] #15679573 01/19/21
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There's a big gun show in Sioux Falls, SD on Feb 13 & 14. If you're within driving distance, you'll probably be able to pick up guns and ammo at a reasonable price there.
Another show in Aberdeen, SD on 2/6 & 2/7 but I've never gone to that one.

If someone needs a rock chucker and going to the Sioux Falls, show, I'll bring one.

My guess is show up at shows to get a good deal now.


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