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My local gun shop just got in a ton of reloading components. It seems a lot of backorders just got filled. They have Winchester primers for the first time in a year. I swapped out all my CCI primers for Winchester brand. They have a full line of IMR powders. Life is good. Take care...
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The shop is Trop's in Elizabethtown, PA. I got Winchester large rifle, large pistol, small pistol and shotgun primers (the did not have any small rifle). Take care...
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Thanks Oberndorf, that's not too far for a drive.
 

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It's just a little too far for me to drive. But my local Mom and Pops seem to be able to get stuff these days, they even cut me a break on prices.

Plus there is a Cabela an hour east of me and across the parking lot is a Wally World that stocks reloading supplies.

Life is good,

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I've seen them mixed, but they are still in high demand, as soon as they come in, they are back out. We got some Win primers, then some Rem primers, and a few times we've had some CCI primers. It seems that the CCI's stick around longer on the shelves. Federals are the shortest supply and they are gone very quickly. A lot of competition shooters like the soft cups and low temperature/pressure of the priming compound in them.
 
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