Most people would be better off buying molds to make their own bullets with and investing the savings in caps and powder.The Scheels store is in Johnstown, Colorado. On March 22nd, Monday there were 86 packages of CCI size #11 (100 caps per package) for $5.99 per 100 and a half dozen Winchester Magnum percusssion caps, size 11 for $7.99. Sportsman Warehouse in Loveland and Thornton, Co had .530 Hornady swaged round ball for $17.99 per 100 round balls/package. Saw somewhere in the ML Forum chat line $14.99 for 100 but not a specific brand, weight or diameter (.530 or .535)
Now why do you need 2300 caps? That’s why none of the rest of us can get any....I scored 2300 caps in a week's time at an ACE hardware in a big town in Utah. Also, check your farm and ranch stores. A lot of them have a firearms section and usually a few boxes of balls, subs and caps.
Ultimately..... they are where you find them. Make a lot of phone calls.
I have nearly 2000 now myself. I’ve tried to be decent and buy a tin or three here and there, never cleaning a place out and sharing with others where I got them. I have a family of 5 and we all shoot. There’s four rifles, two pistols, and two revolvers to feed. No one wants to give up our shooting.Now why do you need 2300 caps? That’s why none of the rest of us can get any....