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Not SPC specific- I have come to really like American Reloading. They sell out of items often and quickly but they seem to have new inventory weekly, they carry premium type bullets for a very good price. I seldom get to particular item before it sells out but when I do I get a really good deal. Case in point- I purchased 1k, 9mm 124 gr hydra shocks for about 12 cents each.

I haven’t seen any .270 at a grain weight less than 130. Currently have 130gr jsp, 500 ct. $99.

+1 for American Reloading.
 

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No. I’ve been wanting to pull the trigger and haven’t. Unfortunately 170 is far to much for primers and 1lb of powder was going for $64 at the local shop today. I won’t pay for either but all I really need is primers so I’m going to buy some tomorrow.
buy prime all that is
 

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Surely not relevant for most on this forum, but for any fellow 6.8 reloaders in (communist) south SF Bay Area, The Gun Exchange in San Jose has AA2200 for $45, about 6-8 (no pun intended) one pounders on the shelf in the back.
They also have a few AA5744 ($50) and several LT-30 (unknown price).
Edit to add: they also have a few boxes of S&B 110grn loaded ammo.
 

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Not really "in stock components" per se, but a heads-up that Lee has resumed making custom collet die sets. They had halted at some point, and the last time I checked, perhaps around February, they were still a no-go.

I am not looking to spend more money on dies right now, but will likely go this route some time later this year (I like/use Lee collet die + Redding body die for .223 rem).
 
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