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Old September 7, 2014, 12:49 PM   #1
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gun show

My son went to a gun show in La. Yesterday,one of his friends had a booth an told him that I would have everything I would need.Well he there when the doors opened,with list in hand.3lbs of 231win. Or 2400 or unique,1,000 large pistol primers.Ok next 3lbs of imr 4895 1,000 small rifle primers, 1,000 69gr.btbp,70gr.bthp1,000 , powder,500 rounds cast lead 45 250 gr.swc.Well to make this story short,he checked all the vendors no of them had any of the above.They were pushing marketed bullets 300 gr. In 45 cal.,an no bullets for reloading ,they were selling jacket factory loads ,and he said the prices was in real a 20 box of long colt 300 gr. Jhp was $ 48.67 he said no one was buying anything.There was no 223 anything accept already loaded Russian an they were 55gr.An they were $ 650.00 per 500 rinds.Talk about a rip off,the most used stuff an don't have it.
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Old September 8, 2014, 10:49 PM   #2
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Well, can't argue with that.
--Only accurate rifles are interesting, and only *really* accurate rifles are *really* interesting.
--Life is *way* too short to shoot or hunt with ugly plain plastic stocked guns.
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