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for sure, have plenty of components except for the brass. New caliber for me.I was going to mention the brass catcher, but Mr. Chitlin beat me to the punch. We haven’t hit the Fall rush yet, and still everything that hits the shelf is “..gone in 60 seconds.” 200 brass will get anybody who loads for the caliber excited. A set of dies cost well less than that $60 you paid for one box. I may be wrong, and we may see full shelves of ammo with no limits by October....and clearance prices. But I would give winning the lottery better odds myself.
New brass was running 75 cents a piece and up before the crazy.... 6.5 bullets are a bit hard to find, but not impossible. Midway has some today, speer gold dot bonded, for $20 per 50....would be bad medicine on hogs. Just a little incentive for holding on to brass if you can.