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alfred

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im gest geting started in reloadeing

can some one shouw me a good web sit to get primer wades an othe stoffe i will need
 

Bullseye Shooter

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From your other post, it appears you want to load for your 20 gauge shotgun. Your best bet is to get a copy of Lyman's Shotshell reloading book and go from there. As High-Cap posted, you can get that and a good MEC press from Midway. You might be able to find a local source for powder, primers, wads and shot. Shot is expensive to ship because of the weight. If you order primers and powder, you also have to pay a hazmat fee on top of the shipping charges.
 

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shotshells primers are one of the few things that are avalable in stores.

I'd also look at graf and Sons. Their prices seems to be cheaper, though I don't think they ship things as nicely or as quickly. Their website isn't as nice, either (you won't know when things are going to be avalable.)
 

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