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Grafs has RE17 in stock in both 1 & 5 lb containers.  They also have Supreme 780 and Hybrid 100V.
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not for long!
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I already have mine on order - hope everyone else who wants some places their order in time.  Forget adding primers, they don't have much to choose from at this time and the distributors are starting to run low and are beginning to allocate.
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i wont pay the outrageous hazmat fee's to ship primers or powder, i have 4 stores within an hours drive of my house  i will pick them up and save the money for a couple more pounds of powder.
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If you buy 32 lbs they pay the hazmat fee and shipping I believe.  That is what I usually do.
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i have no use for 32lbs of powder, you gotta have a fire proof cabinet and a permit to keep that much in a building dont you? anything over 5lbs?
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That is why you get together with friends and all buy a jug or two.  Saves a ton of money in the end.

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And I believe it is over 20lbs you gotta have a special container for it.
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X = 180 Y = 90 (X+Pyro)+(Y-Pyro) = ?

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I hope it's not over 5 lbs. I keep 10 lbs in my bedroom "just in case." And I don't even have a press!
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M****y will have some in on or about the 6th of Jan...........I`ll get 3 to 5 lbs.
 
Who knows when my dealer will have some! I won`t mind paying the extra $20 haz mat fee. 
 
Time to dust off the chrony!!!!!!!!!!..........Flame Thrower
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its up to each state, most city's say 5-10lbs in a building and anything after that you need a flame proof cabinet. if you live in the country its up to the states to decide. some state have 50-100lbs some have 20-50lbs.
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This is what I have always gone by - I believe it is from the NFPA
 
Smokeless propellants intended for personal use in quantities not exceeding 20 lbs shall be permitted to be stored in original containers in residences.
 
Quantities exceeding 20 lbs, but not exceeding 50 lbs, shall be permitted to be stored in residences where kept in a wooden box or cabinet having walls of at least 1 inch nominal thickness.
 
I guess I should check on state/local regulations.
 
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That is what I have read as well.  I guess one could just bury it in the back yard and be good. ;)
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im in the process of getting an answer for you guys so stay tuned!
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Originally posted by rifle looney rifle looney wrote:

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 I don't know. It sounded funny. I have 8 pounds for my wsm, and 2 pounds for a 25-06 sitting there. I will use my coworkers press to load them.
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it is so much more gratifying when you take an animal or even shoot a target knowing that you put that ammo together your self.
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no doubt!! the only thing that sucks about that for me is the anticipation of that animal showing up for me to take that shot, and when i dont see anything the whole season its a huge let down!
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you put in hours upon hours reloading and shooting to perfect that load and then nothing comes out you feel screwed, like if you would have went and bought a box of factory ammo you would have seen all kinds of game!
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kinda like murphy's law sorta
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Stopped by a local store hoping they'd have it but not yet. Too bad since everything was 10% off. At least that made what I bought less painful. I noticed CCI large rifle BR primers that I bought last year @ $32/1000 are now $42/1000.

I'd like to hear how well RE17 performs with a 180 gr. bullet in a .308.
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Originally posted by jonoMT jonoMT wrote:

Stopped by a local store hoping they'd have it but not yet. Too bad since everything was 10% off. At least that made what I bought less painful. I noticed CCI large rifle BR primers that I bought last year @ $32/1000 are now $42/1000.

I'd like to hear how well RE17 performs with a 180 gr. bullet in a .308.
................I think that maybe for now the major distributors will get the majority of the Rel 17 that is available with some gradually hitting the dealers later on.
 
To get some quicker, I won`t mind paying the extra $20 haz-mat fee + shipping.
 
I`m very anxious too, to load some 150`s & 180`s up for my 300 WSM and then chrony them.
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im going to buy some retumbo and some r-25 and maybe a pound of 100v i think next weekend
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