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Old 07-03-2013, 11:03 AM   #1
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Camp Perry matches start July 7 thru August 14.

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Yes they do! I am going to go this year.

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Went to Camp Perry today,surprised by Camp Perry and dissapointed by 'Commercial Row'.
Surprised by the expanse of Camp Perry.
Vendors said the 'frenzy' had hit Camp Perry,something never seen there before.
Rock River Arms had its' own building. Good to see all those RRA ARs' and parts on the walls.
Fin Fur Feather had its' own building and 'frenzy'. One wall was primers(75%) and bullets(25%). Bullets were geared for what was being shot there. 223 and 308 match bullets and 45 cal bullets. Primers were readily available,by the 100 pack,1000 brick,or 5000 box.Many buyers had many 5000 boxes in their arms. Seen one with a pull-wagon of primers. Evidently no limit. I bought 5000 Rem 7 1/2 SR BR and 5000 Rem 1 1/2 SP. Also another 500 box of Rem 22 thunder bolt. The other wall was powders geared towards what was applicable to the matches.
Springfield also had thier own building.
Picked up a DPMS 308 mag for $27.
I had no interest in the matches but I did go over and look at the ranges/fields.

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How much did you pay for the Thunderbolts?

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34.95 + tax for a brick of 500. The day before that I picked up a same brick at the Fin Fur Feather Berea store for same price,but there it was a limit of 1 brick(all the customers in the store were carrying a brick). There was no sign at Camp Perry limiting to 1 brick.

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