Primers and Powder Pricing

Osage1978

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I've used this stuff, it's garbage, if you was standing 50 yards away from an elephant you might be able to hit it a couple times with a 30 round mag, BUT, if you haven't got ANYTHING, it's better than nothing.
It's Tula primers NOT AMMO & thier primers are excellent both types boxer & berdan actually. The cups are a little hard but they're great other than that
 

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Scammers, spammers, and whore hounds on both sides. Along with MOSTLY honest members.

As I posted, a new members joins and within 2 minutes a post of "what's it worth".

Beware and don't feed the insanity.
The market of supply and demand is in full effect, if you have a supply to dump; do your own research. List it for sale with your price.
If you get a legitimate offer, accept or decline, that is your right. There are lowballers, just ask there are gougers.

I reply to a post that gave an opinion on ligimate pricing. I had made an offer based on those prices (before he posted).
My post was a warning to him and they board. I did not call out OP, but his response was "our prices are far apart".

FYI: Murph's had some primers for $56
The new primer plant gets to full capacity and prices will normalize.
I truly hope the gougers choke on what they have.
 

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Yes they would.

I think you are mistaken - not for Berdan cases - just cheaper primers - priced just like Tul ammo - I would be happy to buy them/some

also for the seller -- sell them - or at least some of them - at the estate sale and advertise them -- it will draw a crowd

Those are marked Berdan, which means they don't have an anvil in the cup. I assume you (@sherrick13) meant 7.62 russian/7.62x39. Berdan primers site low in a primer pocket as well (to avoid slam fires). I don't think they are dual use and the best way to find out is look in the cup for an anvil. They would fit a LR pocket but I doubt they would function without the anvil.
 
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About $30 per pound for the powder, about $70 per 1000 for the primers, in the current market gor reasonably easy sale, except the berdan primers which are a bit of an odd duck for most reloaders in the US. The berdans might be packaged with the matching firearm for sale.
 

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