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So I was headed up to western Pa for some trail riding and camping on my motorcycle this weekend, not thinking that I would pass by cabellas as it was not on my mind. It was about 90 degrees out and I saw the sign at exit 28 in Hamburg. I was at exit 20. I needed some ac a cold drink and a snack so why not? I mean they would have the same old picked through low supply of powder so I wouldn't find much right?

Well let me say, I do wish I was in my truck because they were well stocked. I wound up getting all I could carry (the hs6 was from powder valley and was Just on my box but cabellas did have it) it was interesting fitting 8 lbs of powder on my already loaded bike.

They also had tons of 22 lr.

Just goes to show when you legitimately least expect it........
 

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Limit on the 22 ammo was 1200 rounds per person. It still is not as cheap as we would like. The bricks of cci hp were around $62. The Winchester super x truncated hp was $50. The super x is reduced noise if that matters to anyone. They also had the small 100 round boxes of cci for around $4 per box. I just bought my limit 1 of cci and 1 of Winchester and 2 boxes of 100 cci. All I could fit.

While you are there go in the reserve room and look at the $12000 dollar beretta it must be the Escobar edition LOL
 

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So I was headed up to western Pa for some trail riding and camping on my motorcycle this weekend, not thinking that I would pass by cabellas as it was not on my mind. It was about 90 degrees out and I saw the sign at exit 28 in Hamburg. I was at exit 20. I needed some ac a cold drink and a snack so why not? I mean they would have the same old picked through low supply of powder so I wouldn't find much right?

Well let me say, I do wish I was in my truck because they were well stocked. I wound up getting all I could carry (the hs6 was from powder valley and was Just on my box but cabellas did have it) it was interesting fitting 8 lbs of powder on my already loaded bike.

They also had tons of 22 lr.

Just goes to show when you legitimately least expect it........
I didn't know Cabelas was selling WW1 Bavarian helmets. Good find!
 

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So I was headed up to western Pa for some trail riding and camping on my motorcycle this weekend, not thinking that I would pass by cabellas as it was not on my mind. It was about 90 degrees out and I saw the sign at exit 28 in Hamburg. I was at exit 20. I needed some ac a cold drink and a snack so why not? I mean they would have the same old picked through low supply of powder so I wouldn't find much right?

Well let me say, I do wish I was in my truck because they were well stocked. I wound up getting all I could carry (the hs6 was from powder valley and was Just on my box but cabellas did have it) it was interesting fitting 8 lbs of powder on my already loaded bike.

They also had tons of 22 lr.

Just goes to show when you legitimately least expect it........
Ity is amazing what you can load onto a motorcycle... You DO get some strange looks though, but who cares?
 
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