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Old 11-15-2018, 04:33 AM
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Default Hole In The Wall for Reloading Supplies

Thought I'd share my hot spot. In the back of Little's Hardware (which itself is a candy store for guys) in Charlotte, they have reloading supplies. You can get powder in eight pound kegs and Magnus or Zero bullets in large quantities. You have to ask for Chuck up front because the stuff is not out in the open.
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Old 11-15-2018, 07:49 PM
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Good to know... Thanks...
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Old 11-20-2020, 11:11 AM
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Originally Posted by engarto View Post
Thought I'd share my hot spot. ...
Ed, it’s been a year almost to the day since you graciously posted up the info you did and I just have say a big and sincere thank you, Thank You, THANK YOU!

Getting back into reloading 28ga I was in desperate need of a 8-lb jug of a particular powder and in early Nov, 2020 it seemed NO ONE I was able to reach East of the Mississippi had ANY 8-lb’ers on-hand.

It was then I remembered this post of yours, called, spoke with Chuck who went and checked and found he had one last 8-lb jug of Alliant Green Dot that had got pushed to the back of a bottom shelf. Needless to say I raced down that day and purchased it.

Thank you again; there’s no way I’d have ever known about that resource had you not shared it. (And you aren’t kidding about needing an escort back to where they keep the stuff - that is a BIG building and that store room was wayyyyy in the very back! (I’d have never found my way outta there if the employee had left me back there!

Also, fwiw, while they were down to 1-lb bottles of most powders (w exception of 800x iirc) they had spare parts for a lot of different reloading presses incl Dillon, Hornady, RCBS, etc.

Thanks much!
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