I just recently got into reloading at the worst possible time. There is no such thing as "in stock" when it comes to primers. I've been looking for large pistol and large rifle primers for about a month now and I haven't seen any. The only place I've seen them is on gunbroker, but getting a deal is hard. A lot of the auctions get to over $70 for a box of 1000 when most places list them for $30-35.
I had the same problem getting powder but I recently found a site that has some so that's not a problem. Most other places were out of stock on that too. Brass is hard to come by too, so I found a place with once-fired brass.
My reloading experience has been less than ideal. It's neat and everything but I feel more like a mad scientist taking what I can get and mix-matching ingredients than a shooter trying to fine tune my ammunition.
Freakin' morons created a run on the stuff when Obama was elected and the market still hasn't caught up, although I hear it's getting there. That and the price never really dropped from the increase in the price of copper. Shooting definitely isn't for the poor.