Another big shipment of Ammo and powder

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We just got a couple more pallets of ammunition, gunpowder and reloading equipment.

The powder shelves are currently fairly well stocked. Prices on powder are pretty much the same as last year since my cost has stayed pretty much the same. Hodgdon powders (Hodgdon, Winchester and IMR) had a 6% price increase over the summer but nothing to be too concerned about, all things considered. We have been getting hit hard from people travelling long distances to get reloading supplies. Call before you stop by and we can let you know price and availability and we can hold it for you until you get there. I have a feeling that I may have a more difficult time getting powder in the coming months. I've been placing large quantities on back order, but that is no guarantee that I will be able to get it any time soon. The distributors are sold out of pretty much everything right now.

We do have primers available but they are EXPENSIVE. I've been paying crazy prices to be able to keep a few on the shelves and the retail price reflects that.

I've still been getting projectiles coming in. Not the best selection but the prices have remained mostly the same for the time being. I'm getting what I can and still have more on back order.

As you all know, most ammunition is still hard to find and expensive. I still have a few good deals left and some sales that will still be going on through December 24th (on ammo and other items). We still have Federal .22 magnum for $11.22 + tax per box of 50. 12 gauge 7 1/2 or 8 shot is $56.08 + tax per case of 250. Of course, all the common stuff is expensive. I occasionally get some good deals but they usually sell out in a couple hours (or sometimes a few minutes) after I put them on the shelf. I try to keep at least a little of everything in stock if I can, but that means I have to pay more for it and the price reflects that.

We still have thousands of magazines (several of them still on sale until December 24th). They have been selling fast, but they are still coming in every day and the prices have remained mostly the same as last year.

If you message me, please keep in mind that we are getting slammed every day at the store. Between that, spending late nights and early mornings pricing and restocking shelves at the store, gun shows and spending hours every day on the phone and the computer trying to find deals and anticipate what I'll need a year from now to put on back order, I can't always respond to messages as quickly as I would like to. It's usually quicker to send me an email instead of a message on INGO, I can respond faster that way. That said, please feel free to call or message me if you have questions or are looking for something specific. I'll get back to you as soon as possible.

I'd like to thank all of our customers for your patience and continued support through these crazy times.
 

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Reloading supplies are selling fast, but we still have a good selection of powders (it helps that I still have close to 2,000# of powder in storage in addition to what is on the shelf). We even still have a little bit of Varget left for $33.65# + tax.
 

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The next shipment from the distributor is scheduled for next week!

I'm not sure yet what day it is coming (typically Tuesday or Wednesday) or exactly what will be on it, but there will be several pallets of ammunition, gunpowder, reloading dies and equipment, etc. I'm hoping it will arrive on December 12th or 13th.

Keep in mind that it will take a couple days to unpack, inventory and price most items items. We will get these items on the shelf as fast as possible (and we try to prioritize high demand items), but it's difficult to do this and still help customers at the same time. We also stock the shelves at night, but there are only so many hours in a day.

Feel free to call the store during business hours to find out what we have in stock. 765-628-3196. This is the best way to get real-time info about what we have in stock. We can also hold items for you for a day or 2 until you can make it to the store.

We are currently not shipping ANY items. We can't even keep up at the store right now so unfortunately, we simply don't have time to ship anything at this time. All items must be purchased in person (at the store or at a gun show). We apologize for the inconvenience.
 

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Bad news: The truck from the distributor won't be in until Friday, meaning most items won't be on the shelf until next week. We will be at the gun show in Greenfield over the weekend so it will be Monday until we can unpack and price everything.

Good news: The extra time means more products in the delivery when it gets here.
 

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Bad news: The truck from the distributor won't be in until Friday, meaning most items won't be on the shelf until next week. We will be at the gun show in Greenfield over the weekend so it will be Monday until we can unpack and price everything.

Good news: The extra time means more products in the delivery when it gets here.
I'm planning to be out at the gun show this weekend in Greenfield. Will stop by to say hello.
 

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We just got a couple more pallets of ammunition, gunpowder and reloading equipment.

The powder shelves are currently fairly well stocked. Prices on powder are pretty much the same as last year since my cost has stayed pretty much the same. Hodgdon powders (Hodgdon, Winchester and IMR) had a 6% price increase over the summer but nothing to be too concerned about, all things considered. We have been getting hit hard from people travelling long distances to get reloading supplies. Call before you stop by and we can let you know price and availability and we can hold it for you until you get there. I have a feeling that I may have a more difficult time getting powder in the coming months. I've been placing large quantities on back order, but that is no guarantee that I will be able to get it any time soon. The distributors are sold out of pretty much everything right now.

We do have primers available but they are EXPENSIVE. I've been paying crazy prices to be able to keep a few on the shelves and the retail price reflects that.

I've still been getting projectiles coming in. Not the best selection but the prices have remained mostly the same for the time being. I'm getting what I can and still have more on back order.

As you all know, most ammunition is still hard to find and expensive. I still have a few good deals left and some sales that will still be going on through December 24th (on ammo and other items). We still have Federal .22 magnum for $11.22 + tax per box of 50. 12 gauge 7 1/2 or 8 shot is $56.08 + tax per case of 250. Of course, all the common stuff is expensive. I occasionally get some good deals but they usually sell out in a couple hours (or sometimes a few minutes) after I put them on the shelf. I try to keep at least a little of everything in stock if I can, but that means I have to pay more for it and the price reflects that.

We still have thousands of magazines (several of them still on sale until December 24th). They have been selling fast, but they are still coming in every day and the prices have remained mostly the same as last year.

If you message me, please keep in mind that we are getting slammed every day at the store. Between that, spending late nights and early mornings pricing and restocking shelves at the store, gun shows and spending hours every day on the phone and the computer trying to find deals and anticipate what I'll need a year from now to put on back order, I can't always respond to messages as quickly as I would like to. It's usually quicker to send me an email instead of a message on INGO, I can respond faster that way. That said, please feel free to call or message me if you have questions or are looking for something specific. I'll get back to you as soon as possible.

I'd like to thank all of our customers for your patience and continued support through these crazy times.
Where are u guys located at ?
 

Brian's Surplus

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The truck from the distributor has arrived!

Our workforce has been stretched to the limit keeping the store going as well as our booth at the Greenfield Gun and Knife show this weekend. We have started unpacking the pallets, but most items will not be on the shelves until Monday or Tuesday. The last few days have been crazy but we are doing everything we can to get these new products priced and on the shelves as quickly as possible.

There is one pallet with over 1,000# of powder,
Lots of new types of ammunition (over 3,000#),
Over 800# of bullets,
Lots of presses, dies, scales, etc.

We also have a limited supply of primers we acquired from other sources.

We won't have room for everything on the shelves, so new items will be put out as we sell out of other products. If you don't see what you are looking for just ask, we may have it in the back room.

If you would like to know about specific products and prices, the best way to get this information is to call the store during business hours. I respond to messages from the office, so I can't tell what we have in stock from here since our inventory changes so rapidly. If you call the store, we can look at the shelf and tell you exactly what we have and how much it will cost. We can also hold items for you until you can pick them up (within a day or 2).
 

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Well, it got a little crazy today. We got the powder restocked this morning but ended up selling nearly 400# today. It was so busy that I haven't been able to price the projectiles yet (I plan to work on that in the morning before we open). We still have a lot of powder, but it's selling faster than ever and the selection is rapidly diminishing. We actually still have some primers left, but not many. I was able to restock the dies tonight after we closed, so we have some popular calibers that we have been sold out of for a while. Surprisingly, the price on the dies has not gone up at all, so I'm sure they will sell out rapidly.
 
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