Hi there .. I just went to Bass Pro shops in Fl . They are selling  box of 100 primers for about $5-6 dollars each ..the maximum currently allowed is None yet. Just for planning purposes. I know when Bass Pro has them in the warehouse they can be sent to the store for no fee.
Clarification from Joe Carry , as above , none of the stores have any in stock . From what i could gather they all are locked in to the prices above . Again, no primers in stock at those prices in all stores right now ..[ Bass Pro Shops ] Fl.Hi there .. I just went to Bass Pro shops in Fl . They are selling  box of 100 primers for about $5-6 dollars each ..the maximum currently allowed is 
No shipping cost to the store(s) . None available in any B.P.S. right now .. All inclusive from the 'east coast to the west' . I hope this answers your question(s) my friend ... 'Gunner'
Hi Mr. Joe Carry-You're more than welcome my friend . I knows it sounded a little confusing , and it was . Actually i had to read it several times . I originally went to google and just typed it into the search as always . Hopefully things will pick up soon , and even the small amount above will help . I did some quick figuring & at a possible $50-60. per thousand  boxes , & not charging any s&h to the store(s) , really not too bad . If so It surely beats the prices on *gunbroker below . Now all we need is to get the full load of primers back into stock .Thank you.
A very good thought my friend , & you are absolutely correct ! .. Metaphorically a great example & man do i ever have a load of these 'paperweights' & some primers. I don't have that many on hand right now , ball parking around @#$% . I had more but have loaded up many different calibers in pursuit of matching my collection pieces ..With prices like that most people would be tempted to sell their stash but that would possibly leave you with a safe full of over priced paper weights. Dark days
Nice loads to be getting done , especially match grade .. I have some factory match grade in .308 , but not loaded up by me . Other than close weight(s) & an aerodynamic ogive , anything special to know about the powder type or burn rate etc ? ..What are your expectations for the chrono' results ?I'm going to load a run of 500 match grade 168g BTHP in .308 I have the test rounds ready to cronograph at my next range trip.
It absolutely will especially with your vast reloading experience . That's a pretty hefty round for an Ar type rifle . I have on hand Cfe Blk . I think i bought those for my re formed .300 B/o brass , with 123 grn heads . I used my wilson cannelure tool for some and others not .. my chop saw is all set up to start running them. With my wife's condition , i have no time to finish them up .Well I'm using CFE 223 and hoping to see 2800 to 2828 FPS Nosler BTHP 's . The rounds are for my AR10 not a bolt gun or I would be using ELDM instead . I'm sure it will do better than some surplus nato stuff.