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    Default 209 Primers

    Just a FYI, 209's are somewhat hard to find now. Only place that had bricks that I could find was Dogsafield.
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    very true . everyone sold out around here .
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    What about Bass Pro Shop?

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    No probs here at Sportsman's Warehouse by my house.
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    Guess I need to start shopping again.... the guy I bought my .38 from will source them for me if need be though.

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    The 2 Gander Mountains I was in don't even have a reloading section anymore. Try finding .22lr's in bulk packs too. Crazy finding ammo now.
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    Order online at Natchez shooting supplies.

    http://www.natchezss.com/ammo.cfm?ca...09%2520primers
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    www.ballisticproducts.com. They charge a $27 hazmat handling fee but if you buy them by the thousand or so it all works out and you save some money
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    Dogsafield is a better deal for 209's until they run out. Thanks for Natchez they may have the .22lr's that I want soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Peters-labguy23 View Post
    Dogsafield is a better deal for 209's until they run out. Thanks for Natchez they may have the .22lr's that I want soon.
    I got 1000 Fiocchi 209's at SW for $28 with tax.
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