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My buddy just told me that on "Gun Broker .com" that .223 reloading dies were going for $75.00. Has anyone else seen this happe

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  • My buddy just told me that on "Gun Broker .com" that .223 reloading dies were going for $75.00. Has anyone else seen this happe

    My buddy just told me that on "Gun Broker .com" that .223 reloading dies were going for $75.00. Has anyone else seen this happening ?

  • #2
    Yes every thing is going crazy on gun broker last couple of weeks,now is not the time to buy!

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    • #3
      There are currently no .223 reloading dies listed for sale on gunbroker.com.
      They must have all been snapped up.

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      • #4
        Check eBay, same thing.

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        • #5
          Amazon.com has several of them (Hornady, Lee, RCBS and Lyman)listed at prices in the $40 range.

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          • #6
            Are we getting ready for an armed insurrection or somthing?

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            • #7
              WAM~from your mouth to GOD's ears...+1

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              • #8
                All the stores withn 200 miles of me are sold out. Ebay has some going for over $100 and Gunbroker is climping just as fast. Brass is now going for $75 per hundred and up. Rediculous what is going on. I refuse to pay those kind of prices. Cartridges that seel for $5.33 per box are going for $15 to $20 a box on gunbroker. You'd think they were lined with gold or heatseekers. All the more reason I'm glad I have 2000 rounds stashed away

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                • #9
                  I marvel at the bare shelves of shops in my area, yet the staff tell me they're receiving supplies but everything is selling immediately. I had a few pounds of smokeless powder to replace but haven't been able to do so for weeks.

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