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Thread: Sportsman Warehouse has Alliant Powders 20% off this weekend

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    Sportsman Warehouse has Alliant Powders 20% off this weekend

    Just picked up a pound of Bullseye for $19. They seem to have everything in stock too, 2400, Rx16 etc. at the Spokane store.

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    Too bad we don’t have one in Louisiana.
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    CRUD, I stopped Tuesday and picked up a 8 pounder of Unq at the Kelso/Longview store.

    Just may have to make a trip back down there Sunday.
    They had gotten a powder shipment in on Monday.

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    Haven't bought any powder locally for a while but $20/lb ,AFTER the so-called "sale," for pistol powder is absurd.

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    Don't know why you would say absurd? It's the same price as Powder Valley and there is no hazmat or shipping. The last pound I bought of Bullseye was 10 years ago at the cheapest place in town and it was $20.

    Sure I have cans of pistol powder that the price tag says $3.75, but they say Dupont and Hercules on them.

    Also it looks like the sale is still on and good for a few more days.
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    I bought a pound of cfe blackout from vendor at the Tulsa gunshot last month for $20..... That is below wholesale price without shipping and hazmat (assuming largest quantity that is Shipp able ups) and 2yrs ago found bullseye and unique at $25 a pound on sale with no shipping...... That is excellent price right now.....

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    Here is the flyer. Looks like the sale goes till Christmas.
    http://storelocator.sportsmanswareho...st%20Final.pdf

    They appear to have a store in Louisiana.

    Also an 8 lb jug would make it $16 a pound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atakawow View Post
    Haven't bought any powder locally for a while but $20/lb ,AFTER the so-called "sale," for pistol powder is absurd.
    You clearly haven't bought any powder in a while if you are shocked that $20 would be considered a deal.

    Most places these days a single pound canister of common powders is closer to $30 than $20. An 8 lb jug is typically not found lower than around $160, and that's for something like Red Dot. Many of the Hodgdon or WW powders are closer to $180. To even touch $20/lb you have to buy in bulk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Atakawow View Post
    Haven't bought any powder locally for a while but $20/lb ,AFTER the so-called "sale," for pistol powder is absurd.
    Obviously

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    My local gun store has a huge selection of powders in now. Nearly every one I could think of, and more. And priced between $28.99 and $36.99 per pound, before taxes (9%).
    Yikes!! I'm sure glad that I'm still shooting old stock. It's going to physically cause me pain to pay that price later, but for now I'm good.
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    Sportsman in Denver had 2400 @ $24.95/# about 2 hours ago.
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    Bass Pro's powder is still $40

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    Sportsmans Warehouse is the place that saved me when I needed to restock on Alliant powder a few years ago, they were the only store that had the line.

    And despite arguing about price per pound, IMO smokeless powder is a bargain no matter what the list price is; the flexibility we get as handloaders really is a wonderful thing - I find price considerations secondary compared to that.

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    I won't stop reloading even if it DOES go to $40/lb.... but I can still complain about it.
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