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Inventory is available. Plenty out there.

32 cents is still WAY high, IMO. OK... 25 cents / round for no-name reloads.

It's sure taking a while for ammo prices to come back to "normal." Seems to have it a bit of a plateau at 50% over "normal."

They're not there, yet. And therefore I'm still holding out.
 
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Inventory is available. Plenty out there.

32 cents is still WAY high, IMO. OK... 25 cents / round for no-name reloads.

It's sure taking a while for ammo prices to come back to "normal." Seems to have it a bit of a plateau at 50% over "normal."

They're not there, yet. And therefore I'm still holding out.
Yes, and pistol primers have been at $599.99 per 5000 for a while now…

If I didn't have reloading components and a bit of ammo stashed; I’d be all over .25-.30 per round for 9mm shipped!
 

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Yes, and pistol primers have been at $599.99 per 5000 for a while now…

If I didn't have reloading components and a bit of ammo stashed; I’d be all over .25-.30 per round for 9mm shipped!
I don't reload, but from what I've seen on the forums, the components are sky-high now... and they say it's not worth reloading now with the component pricing where it is now.

As it stands, my recreational shooting has come to a standstill.

Instead, I'm stocking up on gun building components.
 

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I'm just short of sixty if I have enough to shoot all I want for the next 20 years what is the point in counting it. I have been reloading for the last 20 years and still do when I'm bored.
 
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