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    Any powder and primers?

    Can anyone comment in if there are CFE 223, H355, Benchmark, or BL-C(2) powered and if so this price . Looking for 1lb bottles under $24.

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    No CFE 223 ( want some myself ) really did not check the price the other powders that were there. Did buy some small rifle CCI primers $32/1000 ( I know still high )

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    Quote Originally Posted by DougO View Post
    No CFE 223 ( want some myself ) Did buy some small rifle CCI primers $32/1000 ( I know still high )
    Not really if that was the cash & carry price, no tax added on that...
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    what were .223 projectiles hitting for???
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    I got 1 lb. of CFE223 for $24 at a table in the middle of the room on the left of the main room. At the very back of the small room on the right is a vendor from Tennessee, she had 1 lb and 8 lb bottles of CFE223 but the price was $27 or $27.99 per lb. This vendor also had H335 (don't remember seeing H355 or BL-C(2)), she did not have Benchmark. This vendor had CCI #41 are $50/per 1000 (ouch). Her prices were the highest but she had a good selection of powders.

    I bought a lb of Benchmark at the Atterbury range last week for $23. They didn't have CFE223 or H335.

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    The only place with CFE223 when we left tonight was the place in the back for $27.99. All of their powder was over priced. They were asking $29.99 for a pound of Varget. Plenty of primer deals - several places had Winchesters in the $32 - $34 range. Projectile prices are going to take some getting used to. .224 are running in the $12 to $14 range per 100. Brass prices seem to have settled down a bit. Saw a couple places selling for $.10/case, and one place between the two big rooms had a bag of 500 5.56 for $35. If I hadn't just bought a couple thousand, I would've jumped on that.

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    benchmark: $25 no tax, ET Brass @ the very last row of second big hall, close to the exit end.

    CFE223: $30/lb or $189(8lb jug) =tax at the reloading guy between the 2 small rooms(in the smaller one).

    CCI SPP: $30 no tax, midde of the (bigger) small room. they are out of SRP though.

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    I scored CFE 223, H355, and accurate 7 for $24/lb. from the guy who had some Dillon Reloading components. He was the only one with Dillon stuff that I saw. Found BL-C(2) and Benchmark, but passes as it was $30/lb. got CCI small rifle primers for $29/1000 from another both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoctorThunder View Post
    The only place with CFE223 when we left tonight was the place in the back for $27.99. All of their powder was over priced. They were asking $29.99 for a pound of Varget. Plenty of primer deals - several places had Winchesters in the $32 - $34 range. Projectile prices are going to take some getting used to. .224 are running in the $12 to $14 range per 100. Brass prices seem to have settled down a bit. Saw a couple places selling for $.10/case, and one place between the two big rooms had a bag of 500 5.56 for $35. If I hadn't just bought a couple thousand, I would've jumped on that.
    Overpriced perhaps but seemed to have the best prices of the vendors at the show and they had a good selection at least on Friday. TiteGroup at $20.00/lb+tax in 8lb jugs. They had AutoComp that I picked up for anyone that might need it. I hadn't seen AutoComp on the shelves anywhere for quite a while. Their primers were stupid expensive at something like $49.00/1000 CCI.
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