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#614387 04/30/2022 1:27 AM
by ksauers1
Has anyone tried to get on their website lately ? I just tried and its gone
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#614453 May 3rd a 12:23 PM
by SKB
Originally Posted by Buzz
I’m glad to see they are sorta up and going again, but prices for their shells seems pretty high and especially when you add on shipping.

The prices of components have gone up dramatically and not many other options exist for shooters of old guns. I have been buying shells in the UK and by the time they get here I am not saving a thing over RST shells. I am able to get the loads I like this way at a price that is comparable to RST shells. I just ordered 6 more flats this morning, not that I will run out anytime soon but I do not see prices dropping or supply increasing in the near future. Those of us shooting old doubles and short shells are a niche market and we end up paying for it.
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#614412 Apr 30th a 04:37 PM
by AGS
Anybody try a phone call? I was going to try, and realized without their web site, I don't have their number.
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#614482 May 4th a 01:15 PM
by KY Jon
KY Jon
Reloading is the only way I can feed all my guns. 10-.410, five different ammo sizes with about the same number of different combinations makes for a lot of inventory of powder, wads, primers and shot. On the plus side I had fully stocked up on everything in 2020 so I am set for several more years. I still buy things at even todays crazy prices to try and keep my options open.

I always get asked do I save money? The short answer is yes but not as much as I want. The shells I load for $6.00/ box would cost $12.00/ box or more if I could find them, which I can not. The problem is with increasing component prices replacement cost when I restock will drive the cost per box to $8-9.00. Around here promo shells are running $11.00 and name brand shells $13.00 plus taxes. I save the most on smallbore shells and have no local source for 2 1/2” loads in 12 & 20 at all. Once you get a loader setup for them they are easy to crank out. With about 75,000 empties it will be a long time before I need to worry about what shells to load, only what to put into them and increasingly where to find the stuff.
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