Graf has a 4 pound minimum order.I'm located in Central Kentucky. I just went to Graf and Sons site and they only have one, one pound can, of Schutzen 3f in stock. With shipping and hazardous materials fee, that one pound would cost almost $55.00. If I could order more than one pound and reduce the cost per pound, I would, but $55.00 for one pound is a little too steep! Any other site that y'all know of that might have 3F BP?
@starman, I would definitely go to the link leadhoarder provided. They have Goex for $20/lb. In stock. Doesn't look like there's a minimum order, but I would do at least 5 to cut the hazmat fee per pound down a little. I added 5 to my cart and it came out to $138 after shipping and hazmat, which is $27.60/lb. Better than I paid online recently with Buffalo Arms.Powdervalley has GOEX and Schuetzen in stock.
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We are fortunate here in Eastern PA to have access. I never really stocked up because I didn't know their was a shortage. Now I am starting to keep a bit more around, but still have had no issues getting it from Dixons, which is only a 15 minute ride.The Maine Powder House is a good one but I think they have a 25 lb min order. Our gun shops here in SE PA seem to have a steady supply but 2 of the 3 shops within an hour of me are dedicated BP Muzzleloader gun shops so I'm sure that helps. Its running $22-$26 a lb on average. I was hoping to direct you to them if you were closer to my area.
Sorry I couldn't help & the best of luck
Thanks for the information. I live in Cumming. As soon as I get a chance , I'll check out Deer Creek Gun Shop. Google Maps shows the shop is only 46 minutes from me.Heck of a coincidence because Deer Creek Gun Shop in Marietta, GA does too. Tiny little shope, but the only place in Georgia that really specializes in muzzleloading.
Yeah, you should definitely go see them. It's an old school shop, parts bins everywhere, but they have flints and powder and accessories and a bunch of cool muzzleloaders. Someone tried to rob them a few years ago and swat was there super fast. Anyway, I used to live about 30 minutes away, but even now I will make the 1.5 hour trip up there.Thanks, y'all, for your replies. I ordered powder from Powder Valley. For todays prices, it was a good deal!
Thanks for the information. I live in Cumming. As soon as I get a chance , I'll check out Deer Creek Gun Shop. Google Maps shows the shop is only 46 minutes from me.