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Primers and .22 LR ammo available in Lebanon
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I know, it's becoming more available everywhere but I stopped in at Shyda's this evening to look at something else and noticed a display of primers, (Remington brand, all varieties for rifle and pistol). The price is $19.99/1000, and they have plenty in stock. Other brands of primers are also available but for a bit more money, IIRC about $25.00 - $30.00/1000. (Not earth shattering prices, but better than the $35.00 - $40.00 we were seeing a little while ago).They also have .22 LR for a price that's more reasonable than I've been seeing lately. Blazer .22 LR for $29.99/500, that's about $10.00 lower than it's been lately. They have other brands for slightly more, I think it was in the range of $35.00/500 - $39.00/500, and they look to be pretty well stocked on that as well. This week is their Anniversary Sale so they have reduced prices on most things in the store through Saturday. (Typically 10% off new and used guns but no discount on consignments).
The limit on .22LR is 3 bricks per person per day, I didn't ask if there is a limit on primers. They also have powders, bullets, brass and reloading tools and I believe the 10% is store wide with the exception of consignments. There were a lot of customers in the store but they were pretty well staffed. I had a salesman waiting on me within a few short minutes and got checked out and on my way in short order. (When I saw the crowd I was afraid I'd be there a lot longer than I wanted to be but that wasn't the case at all).
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mauser;169483 Wrote:I know, it's becoming more available everywhere but I stopped in at Shyda's this evening to look at something else and noticed a display of primers, (Remington brand, all varieties for rifle and pistol). The price is $19.99/1000, and they have plenty in stock. Other brands of primers are also available but for a bit more money, IIRC about $25.00 - $30.00/1000. (Not earth shattering prices, but better than the $35.00 - $40.00 we were seeing a little while ago).They also have .22 LR for a price that's more reasonable than I've been seeing lately. Blazer .22 LR for $29.99/500, that's about $10.00 lower than it's been lately. They have other brands for slightly more, I think it was in the range of $35.00/500 - $39.00/500, and they look to be pretty well stocked on that as well. This week is their Anniversary Sale so they have reduced prices on most things in the store through Saturday. (Typically 10% off new and used guns but no discount on consignments).
The limit on .22LR is 3 bricks per person per day, I didn't ask if there is a limit on primers. They also have powders, bullets, brass and reloading tools and I believe the 10% is store wide with the exception of consignments. There were a lot of customers in the store but they were pretty well staffed. I had a salesman waiting on me within a few short minutes and got checked out and on my way in short order. (When I saw the crowd I was afraid I'd be there a lot longer than I wanted to be but that wasn't the case at all).
Facebook page, (with phone number), here:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Shydas-Gu...73?fref=ts


$20 per 1000 is an awesome price. Wish I could get up there to take advantage of that. (can't have too many Lg pistol primers) I was up there a few weeks back and spend all my dough on a big bottle of HP-38 and couple bags of lead shot.

Shyda's rocks. Hard.
Ammunition, it's the new lead bullion. Buy it cheap and stack it deep.
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Rik Bitter;169486 Wrote:
mauser;169483 Wrote:I know, it's becoming more available everywhere but I stopped in at Shyda's this evening to look at something else and noticed a display of primers, (Remington brand, all varieties for rifle and pistol). The price is $19.99/1000, and they have plenty in stock. Other brands of primers are also available but for a bit more money, IIRC about $25.00 - $30.00/1000. (Not earth shattering prices, but better than the $35.00 - $40.00 we were seeing a little while ago).They also have .22 LR for a price that's more reasonable than I've been seeing lately. Blazer .22 LR for $29.99/500, that's about $10.00 lower than it's been lately. They have other brands for slightly more, I think it was in the range of $35.00/500 - $39.00/500, and they look to be pretty well stocked on that as well. This week is their Anniversary Sale so they have reduced prices on most things in the store through Saturday. (Typically 10% off new and used guns but no discount on consignments).
The limit on .22LR is 3 bricks per person per day, I didn't ask if there is a limit on primers. They also have powders, bullets, brass and reloading tools and I believe the 10% is store wide with the exception of consignments. There were a lot of customers in the store but they were pretty well staffed. I had a salesman waiting on me within a few short minutes and got checked out and on my way in short order. (When I saw the crowd I was afraid I'd be there a lot longer than I wanted to be but that wasn't the case at all).
Facebook page, (with phone number), here:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Shydas-Gu...73?fref=ts


$20 per 1000 is an awesome price. Wish I could get up there to take advantage of that. (can't have too many Lg pistol primers) I was up there a few weeks back and spend all my dough on a big bottle of HP-38 and couple bags of lead shot.

Shyda's rocks. Hard.

That's what I thought too, that's a great price. It's close to what I was paying 10 - 15 years ago. I prefer CCI primers and haven't shot many Remington but for that price I could be persuaded to alter my preference a little bit.I don't know what the price was before the sale or what it will be after the sale is over but I'm tempted to pick up a few more even though I don't really need them and it it isn't my regular brand. I picked up the #7½ Small Rifle Bench Rest Primers this time, I may get another brick of those or a brick of Small Pistol Primers if I go back tomorrow.
What I went out for was just to look at a Henty AR7. I've seen a few good reviews on them and wanted to handle one. They seem like a pretty nice little .22 but the stock was fatter than I like. (I know it has to be like that to hold everything when in take down mode) but the L.O.P. was longer than I expected. I want something for my grandchildren to shoot and I'm afraid it's just a little bit too long for them. I saw the Cricket and the little Savage too but I want something that they won't outgrow too quickly and those look pretty small. (I know, I expect a lot, I'm a tough customer with high expectations).
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mauser;169487 Wrote:That's what I thought too, that's a great price. It's close to what I was paying 10 - 15 years ago. I prefer CCI primers and haven't shot many Remington but for that price I could be persuaded to alter my preference a little bit.I don't know what the price was before the sale or what it will be after the sale is over but I'm tempted to pick up a few more even though I don't really need them and it it isn't my regular brand. I picked up the #7½ Small Rifle Bench Rest Primers this time, I may get another brick of those or a brick of Small Pistol Primers if I go back tomorrow.
What I went out for was just to look at a Henty AR7. I've seen a few good reviews on them and wanted to handle one. They seem like a pretty nice little .22 but the stock was fatter than I like. (I know it has to be like that to hold everything when in take down mode) but the L.O.P. was longer than I expected. I want something for my grandchildren to shoot and I'm afraid it's just a little bit too long for them. I saw the Cricket and the little Savage too but I want something that they won't outgrow too quickly and those look pretty small. (I know, I expect a lot, I'm a tough customer with high expectations).

I picked up a few boxes of large pistol Remington primers when we were in the depth of the last panic. (just because they were there) I've shot a few thousand of them by now and they seem nearly identical to the CCI's as far as hardness goes. If the CCI stuff works well in your guns then you won't have any problems. If you have a firearm that likes a softer primer then the Winchester or Federals are the way to go.
Ammunition, it's the new lead bullion. Buy it cheap and stack it deep.
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I've been buying small pistol and small pistol magnum primers, in both Federal and CCI at both X-Ring Supply, in Newark, DE, and Mallins, at the Buck.
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DeadEye;169509 Wrote:I've been buying small pistol and small pistol magnum primers, in both Federal and CCI at both X-Ring Supply, in Newark, DE, and Mallins, at the Buck.

I've been seeing a steady supply all through this "crisis" with the exception of the very beginning when everyone was in panic mode, but this was the lowest price I'd seen for a few years so I thought I'd share with my friends. The sale is over and prices are back up to the "new normal".
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Those who watch things happen,
And those who wonder what happened.
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