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Old 02-27-2013, 04:12 AM   #1
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Default Back on market!!! FS: Vihtavouri N110, 8 lbs. and 5 lbs. of Vihtavouri N120

I have new, unopened cans of Vihtavouri reloading powder. I have 8 1/2 lbs. of N110 and 6 lbs. of N120. The cans are sealed, have been in gallon ziplocks in a sealed ammo can in the house.

I paid about $32.00 a can for the N110 and $34.00 a can for the N120. I will take $15.00 per can (pound).



Powder is back up for sale... guy backed out.
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No!! But wanted to lol!!!

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I'm glad you sold it! Keeps me from temptation . I've never bought any VV powders due to a lack of local suppliers, I'm scared I'd like it and wouldn't be able to replenish stocks when needed . Both of those powders are supposed to be excellent .22 Hornet powders, and good in some of the other small case cartridges, to which I'm addicted.

I did that once, tried some powder that worked very well indeed, then I couldn't get any more without doubling the price due to Hazmat fees. Learnt my lesson well. Now I stick to stuff I can get locally. Easier on the wallet thataway, and there are NO powders that are irreplaceable by something or other.

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I'm glad you sold it! Keeps me from temptation . I've never bought any VV powders due to a lack of local suppliers, I'm scared I'd like it and wouldn't be able to replenish stocks when needed . Both of those powders are supposed to be excellent .22 Hornet powders, and good in some of the other small case cartridges, to which I'm addicted.

I did that once, tried some powder that worked very well indeed, then I couldn't get any more without doubling the price due to Hazmat fees. Learnt my lesson well. Now I stick to stuff I can get locally. Easier on the wallet thataway, and there are NO powders that are irreplaceable by something or other.
glenn, i just stocked up on varget,rl7,10,15and 19.


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