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Cliffy found plenty of primers locally here in Jackson, MI today. Not the norm but they are available now.
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THANK You, I shall drive to Jackson tomorrow, but where? Cliffy
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So the majority decided that because my usual trusted sources have been out of primers for Many Moons, I must slither within the dark corners of places where I'm not known, to obtain primer brands I don't normally use. Will I need to recalibrate my loads? I've never heard of some of the suggested primers. I'm a CCI PRIMER SHOOTER, and I'm quite unfamiliar with these other offerings. I've gone dry, as of lately, of the primers that serve me well. Of course, I've fired thousands of MAGTECH 7 1/2 and 9 1/2 primers with great success with my loads. I'd try Remington Primers if I could find them, but I'm old and not extremely open TO too many radical ideas. Love what I use: Cannot find what I use. To me that's a dilemma. Cliffy
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When you do find them, buy all that they have, then keep buying till you have at least five thousand of each primer that you use. Then keep buying as you use them rotating your stock. You will never have to worry about it again! Same goes for powder and bullets. In these times that's the only way of assuring that you won't run dry.
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Found them at Schupbacks downtown Jackson. 141 West Pearl 517 782 8416. They had Federal, Wolfs and some CCI stuff.
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i saw bruno had primers, fed 205m no limit on amount, costly at $50 a box. the local gun shop is gettin them in like cazy now, all brands. i picked up 5000 fed 205 cause everyone i knew was out at the range, kept 1000 for myself, 2 days later 10000 more on self at store. they have been hard to come by but have been able to find them.
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Thanks Guys, I may have located a really local source today, three miles from my house. He's a friend of my son's, since the work together, so I'll let you know how this works out. Cliffy