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  1. Bumping - still have this sitting on a shelf. I have added some brass to this but haven't weighed it recently so stick with the 8# 600+ pieces.
  2. Bump - I was able to catch some Starline 6.8 in stock recently but could use some more to load up. I missed pre-primed 6.8 brass at American Reloading the other day unfortunately.
  3. Want to trade for True Blue or Sport Pistol powder. I have sealed CFE Pistol, Ramshot Silhouette, and Titegroup along with some various rifle powders (possibly, prefer to trade pistol powders). I am not looking to sell this, trade only. Located in Columbia but willing to meet within an hour or so depending on trade quantity.
  4. Online stores keep getting stock without that huge markup. It can be difficult and frustrating to try and find what is in stock and check out before they are gone, but that's the route I would go if I were in your position. Or keep checking locally - Academy and some other places occasionally get stock and prices are pretty normal. Brownells had CCI SRP and SPP in stock the other day for $63/k I believe, 5k case was like $293. Remember that most places now require you to be logged into your account to see accurate stock levels. Email notifications aren't going to work properly so do
  5. @Beltfed PV has a bunch of powder showing in stock as of 2:39PM. However you have to be logged into your account to see it. Most places are this way now to try and keep some of the bots down.
  6. Powder Valley had a large drop a bit ago. Thanks to them and Midway last week, I have a good amount on the way. It's not all exactly what I would normally pick (example grabbed a bunch of AA2300 to try out) but it will keep me set for a while.
  7. FYI, American Reloading has several in-stock .338 options listed if you are looking to buy. They are a good vendor to deal with. https://americanreloading.com/en/155-338-caliber-338-339
  8. The Zilla desert blend, and other lizard litter brands were very dusty in my experience. I switched to the HF walnut media above and am happier with it. And a 25# bag means it is going to last quite a while even with more frequent media swaps if it does break down and get dusty.
  9. Springfield isn't the issue here, it is Holosun. The Hellcat uses the standard JP Enterprise / Shield RMSc footprint. The Holosun 407/507K uses a modified version of this footprint, and is not drilled for the two rear lugs. The slide modification is to completely remove the two rear lugs and slightly file down the front two. Quoted from another site: "Because these are smaller than 407C, 507C, and 508T, Holosun had to use a different footprint. The sights mentioned use a Trijicon RMR platform whereas the new ‘K’ models have a modification of the Shield footprint instead. The
  10. Or look at the new Hex Wasp that Springfield announced recently. I'm waiting on some reviews to drop before I make a decision on finally adding an optic to my Hellcat. https://www.hexoptics.com/wasp-micro-red-dot-sight/ If you don't want to mess with modifying the Hellcat slide for a Holosun, there is an adapter plate available. https://chpws.com/product/springfield-hellcat-to-holosun-407k-507k-adapter-plate I just picked up a G45 MOS I have been waiting on, and trying to find an optic for it now. I have the Vortex Venom on my G34 and it has been great, but going with a
  11. I have had my Hellcat for over a year now, it replaced a G19 for EDC. I originally intended to buy the P365 but wanted to compare both. Either one is a solid option but definitely check both out. I went with the Hellcat for a couple of very minor details - I liked the sights better, and the mag release position. On the P365, the mag release was in an awkward position for me. The Hellcat is a bit snappy depending on ammo but very controllable. Not really any different than shooting a G43 or Shield IMO. Reliability wise - I believe I had one fail to feed in the first 100 ro
  12. LaRue MBT is the best value out there. A couple of years ago I removed my SSA-E and replaced it with a LaRue....I have two of their 2 stage and one single stage now I believe, extremely happy with all. As for the install, it is painless. Only part that can really go wrong is the springs, so pay attention to the spring orientation. https://www.shootingillustrated.com/articles/2015/10/15/ar-lower-receiver-build-trigger-group-installation/
  13. I need to list some primers..... $4000 for 10k CCI small pistol and I will cover shipping (no, not seriously...)
  14. 5 x 200 count boxes (1000 rounds) Winchester white box 55gr FMJ, 5.56 ammo. SOLD
  15. I realized I am "short" on 6.8 brass and need more. I thought I saw some brass listed recently but a search didn't turn up anything, so posting a WTB or WTT ad. Ideally looking for at least 500 pieces, all small primer. Cash or figure out some trade offers. In Columbia, can meet around the area or pay shipping.

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