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 Best place to get reloading supplies 
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 01, 2008 9:30 am 
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I am up in st. Cloud, and i am wondering what is the best place to find the cheapest realoading equptment and supplies.

Up in cloud we have Sportsman Warehouse and Scheels. Gander has barly any supplies and is more expensive then the rest of the stores.

For in the cities there is Gunstop and the normal Sportsman Warehouse, but is there any others???

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There is also Ammocraft in Hopkins (Actually I think it is technically Minnetonka, but it is right off Main Street & Shady Oak).

Ron has a pretty good selection of powders. And if you want to talk turkey hunting, he is your man.

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Of course Cabela's is in Rogers. Better than Gander, not as good as the specialty shops in the Cities.

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Ron has a pretty goof selection of powders. And if you want to talk turkey hunting, he is your man.

Reloading is serious business. I don't like to goof around with powder. :wink:


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Sorry Mac - I was thinking of you when I typed that.

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