Discussion in 'Reloading Forum (All Calibers)' started by miles13, Sep 6, 2019.
I forgot, yours fell out of the boat when in Alaska.
Rose bushes love it!
Lost quite a few that day, me and brett. Damn shame is what it was we lost some nice stuff. Moonshine is a helluva drug.
If my insurance company ever finds out how much powder I have, I am toast.
Check your local cabelas. Ours had several jugs hiding on the bottom shelf last week.
I've got mine stored near my property line close to my neighbors house that I don't get along with.
Everglades Ammo has it in stock. 8 pounds for $192.00
Find a dealer with an account with Williams Shooters Supply Quincy,IL, there showing 6 ,8 pounders at $178.00 each. This is a wholesale business only, must have an account.
Thanks Ned - Its been a long time since I have been a YOUNG Man!
I suggest trying IMR4166... about the same speed as Varget. Everyone needs to have a secondary powder in case crap like this happens. It would be best if it were made in the good ol' USA...
Out of Stock this morning
And I'm selling this stuff in my shop for $20.00 a pound right now.
I hear you---a victor no. 1 buried in your cooler will keep your buddies out of your beer too!!
Blue collar has 1lb containers.
Luckily I have a new 8 pounder and another 2 in a open jug. I picked up a pound of BL-C (2) to try in my AR 10 though to conserve the Varget for the .223. If I can get a good load worked up I will get some of the military pull down stuff. While I was out and about I also picked up a pound of RL 15 to play with. Having backup loads is always a good idea anyway
SUpply is going to be slim for IMR8133, H1000, Retumbo, IMR8208,4895, Varget , & IMR4227 for a little while.
Varget, will be out of stock for at least 9 months to a year. Bad run in the powder, so do not waste it.
Divorce is expensive, but worth it.
way I look at it I would not have met my second wife if I hadn't divorced my first. Sometimes change can be good for you
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