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Posted: 7/25/2018 4:05:49 AM EDT
Where is the best place in the Palm Springs area to buy reloading hardware, looking for a complete setup.

Or do I buy mail order, if so where from.
Link Posted: 7/25/2018 9:25:01 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 7/25/2018 9:26:36 AM EDT by endermend]
Mail Order?

Just go online and browse the various sites for reloading components.

Brownells has always been good to me so I buy from them a lot. Just search the various sites and find the best deal.

https://www.brownells.com/reloading/reloading-kits/4-hole-turret-press-deluxe-kit-prod56289.aspx

This kit was recommended to me when I wanted to start reloading.
Link Posted: 7/25/2018 9:32:41 AM EDT
Link Posted: 8/11/2018 4:43:57 AM EDT
You can get good deals on kits at Amazon. I saved $75 on a RCBS kit with free shipping (Prime) in addition to the RCBS promotion they were running at the time.

I’m not too familiar with Palm Springs but can offer some suggestions elsewhere in SB County, LA County, and Orange County if you don’t mind the drive (I live in SB County, too).

If you want an actual store you have a couple of options. The most obvious would be Bass Pro in Rancho Cucamonga.

The best prices are probably Phillips Wholesale Reloading Supplies in Covina. Prices are comparable to buying online. He sells everything you need and even gets in blocks of used lead if you want to make your own bullets. I think $1/pound or something along those lines. Large selection of powder, primers, casings, bullets, and tools. phillipswholesale.com

The largest selection I’ve seen, and access to a vast amount of knowledge, can be found at Reload OC in Anaheim. He has EVERYTHING. Prices are a little high but I’ve pent money there just to support a local reloading store. You can get everything cheaper at Phillips or online but he has everything and will help you learn if you have any questions. I think they occasionally host reloading workshops too. reloadoc.com
Link Posted: 8/12/2018 3:48:55 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By SnowboundinNH:
You can get good deals on kits at Amazon. I saved $75 on a RCBS kit with free shipping (Prime) in addition to the RCBS promotion they were running at the time.

I’m not too familiar with Palm Springs but can offer some suggestions elsewhere in SB County, LA County, and Orange County if you don’t mind the drive (I live in SB County, too).

If you want an actual store you have a couple of options. The most obvious would be Bass Pro in Rancho Cucamonga.

The best prices are probably Phillips Wholesale Reloading Supplies in Covina. Prices are comparable to buying online. He sells everything you need and even gets in blocks of used lead if you want to make your own bullets. I think $1/pound or something along those lines. Large selection of powder, primers, casings, bullets, and tools. phillipswholesale.com

The largest selection I’ve seen, and access to a vast amount of knowledge, can be found at Reload OC in Anaheim. He has EVERYTHING. Prices are a little high but I’ve pent money there just to support a local reloading store. You can get everything cheaper at Phillips or online but he has everything and will help you learn if you have any questions. I think they occasionally host reloading workshops too. reloadoc.com
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Great post. Thanks. I want to get into the reloading game.
Link Posted: 8/12/2018 1:53:33 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 8/12/2018 1:53:56 PM EDT by Trollslayer]
Originally Posted By SnowboundinNH:
The best prices are probably Phillips Wholesale Reloading Supplies in Covina. Prices are comparable to buying online. He sells everything you need and even gets in blocks of used lead if you want to make your own bullets. I think $1/pound or something along those lines. Large selection of powder, primers, casings, bullets, and tools. phillipswholesale.com

1222 E. Edna Place , Covina CA 91724
Phone: (626) 331-3022
Open Thursday - Saturday 9:00am to 6:00pm

What can I say? It's in Covina.


The largest selection I’ve seen, and access to a vast amount of knowledge, can be found at Reload OC in Anaheim. He has EVERYTHING. Prices are a little high but I’ve pent money there just to support a local reloading store. You can get everything cheaper at Phillips or online but he has everything and will help you learn if you have any questions. I think they occasionally host reloading workshops too. reloadoc.com

This shop is a couple hundred yards NE of Angels Stadium (easy walking distance).
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