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    Does anyone know if any stores in the Ottawa area has Large Rifle Primers? I'm down to 1 pack of 100, not looking for many 3 or 4 would be good.

    Also has anyone used H4064 Powder for reloading? Was thinking of using it for my 270 Winchester.
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    Now idea thankfully I got a bunch. A lot of good they do me though cuz I can’t find any powder for 30-06.
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    hunter06- PM sent ,but unsure if You can read it....i can not read Your reply (Forum issue again)

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    I did thanks, tried to reply but that didn’t work
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    Great hunter06-glad You were able to read it.

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    Cabelas has IMR 4064 which is used for 3006
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    I've used IMR 4064 in a few calibres. I didn't like it - I found it left a lot of burn residue and I was not able to optimize a load for any of the calibres. My favorite in 30-06 is H4350. It might also work in a 270 since it is based on the 30-06, but I am not sure. It's a popular powder, so maybe the stores have some in stock.
    For primers, did you try Higginson? It is sort of out your way, and they often have a good stock of powder - though it might come from the bulk storage, in which case you will need a container to store the powder in once you get it home.

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    Very tough to find primers. If you do, buy a thousand at least. If you try the ďusedĒ market, guys are gouging asking $400 per 1K. Best bet is find a local retailer that has an online site and check it daily. Then run in and get some when they restock. Itís tough sledding. I recommend keeping several K in stock at all times. I learned my lesson when Obama got into office. As for H4350 itís close to unobtanium at the moment.

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    If I am really stuck for components I use a contact out in Albert , his e-mail is : reloading@bilozir.net . He is a distributor for Ballistics Product here in Canada. He appears to be able to get components from the USA and can ship them throughout Canada.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hunter06 View Post
    I did thanks, tried to reply but that didnít work
    I got your reply-TODAY!
    Dated as sent on 28-th of November.


    How did You ended up with the powder anyway........?

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