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    I'm trying to find a place to buy some basic reloading tools, specifically a tumbler and maybe a hand press kit.

    anyone know where i can get it?

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    kchau wrote:
    I'm trying to find a place to buy some basic reloading tools, specifically a tumbler and maybe a hand press kit.

    anyone know where i can get it?
    Best place I know of is here: http://www.kesselrings.com/ but they are way up north on Old Hwy 99 just past Skagit Raceway.

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    kchau wrote:
    I'm trying to find a place to buy some basic reloading tools, specifically a tumbler and maybe a hand press kit.

    anyone know where i can get it?
    I updated to a progressive press last week. I have an old Lyman 6 station turret press that has served me well for over 20 years. If you make a paypal donation to OCDO gunshow table ( contact M1Gunner for details) I will give you the press. You can pick up the press at one of the Seattle area get togethers.

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    kchau wrote:
    I'm trying to find a place to buy some basic reloading tools, specifically a tumbler and maybe a hand press kit.

    anyone know where i can get it?
    That's a good deal on Trigger Dr's press. As for other supplies in the south end, I was asking about this not too long ago myself. Your best bet is probably Cabela's down in Lacey. Their reloading area is bigger that some gun stores. Not much else available down that way. Adventure Sports in Lynnwood has an OK stock of stuff. Other than those, Kesselrings & Wholesale sports are pretty darn good, but they're up in Burlington and that's a schlep.
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    Trigger Dr wrote:
    kchau wrote:
    I'm trying to find a place to buy some basic reloading tools, specifically a tumbler and maybe a hand press kit.

    anyone know where i can get it?
    I updated to a progressive press last week. I have an old Lyman 6 station turret press that has served me well for over 20 years. If you make a paypal donation to OCDO gunshow table ( contact M1Gunner for details) I will give you the press. You can pick up the press at one of the Seattle area get togethers.
    This deal goes for anyone who wants it. Just be certain to PM me so I don't promise it to more than one person. Even though that donation would be good to help support the table. I did it by my self for 3 years.

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    someone else go for it, i only want a few certain things right now and a hand press to play around with. not looking for anything big yet.

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    Hi I wad wondering if you still have the press and what kind of donation mud like to be made if you can let me know thanks

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    jgross85 wrote:
    Hi I wad wondering if you still have the press and what kind of donation mud like to be made if you can let me know thanks
    The press is gone, Sorry. Another member of OC bought it directly from me for $30.that I will donate to OCDO table fund.

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    im trying to find bullets for reloading

    sportco in fife is out of what i am looking for
    and the riflesmith in renton doesnt have the right grain.

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    Depending on the caliber your looking for Cabelas in Oly is pretty well stocked up . They tend to be out of 45 , 40 and 9mm bullets about 3 days after they get a shipment in .

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