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Are there any recommended reloading supply stores around the Atlanta area?
 

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I buy everything in bulk online to save big $$$. The only time I buy locally is when I am testing a new powder and just want to buy a pound.

Georgia Range and Guns in Forest Park has some supplies.
Moss Pawn on Jonesboro Rd just south of Forest Park also has supplies.

I know a few others on the northside of ATL also have supplies.
 

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Thanks TAP, I'll check out those two places. Bullets & brass I'll likely buy online, unless I find a good deal locally around the area. However I see that buying powder and primers online generally includes a haz mat fee. If you buy from Midway, there's a $25. haz mat fee + $10. handling fee on top of the cost of the powder. Do you still end up saving when buying powder/primers online with these extra charges, or is it cheaper to buy them locally?
 

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Do you still end up saving when buying powder/primers online with these extra charges, or is it cheaper to buy them locally?
You gotta buy in BULK. Last group purchase I made, there was like 35 lbs of powder & 80,000 primers (give or take a handful).

Just "do the math".... PV is selling Winchester (I think) for $26/1000 with free shipping (pay Haz). Gotta order enough to amortize the Haz fee.
 

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You can also get powder at decent to good prices as gun shows if you don't want to buy 35 lbs at once. Last time I bought primers online I bought about 10k with free shipping b/c I spent over $100. In that case the hazmat fee only added a few bucks per box. Still ended up cheaper than buying locally with taxes and all.
 
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