I live out here in Moskowfornia and we have every nut law and regulation ever devised with more on the way but I got a big gripe. There are about 5 outlets for reloading supplies in my area...2 are big "chain" operations (no, not WW) and the others are "local"...We got a Crossroads show this weekend and with admission and parking at the $20 mark and not needing much stuff I figured to check around on some prices. Small pistol primers (500 CCI's)...2 of the stores all out...1 has only one thousand of them at $39/M and both of the other 2 are selling primers "by the hundred" at $4.90 per hundred ($49/M)...I checked on the web at 3 of the good suppliers...all had plenty of the 500's and the prices (on sale at a couple of places) were about $28-29/M...yes, hazmat and freight but I'll get to that. I wanted 4 jugs of either HP38 or W231....of the 5 locals, 4 had none and the fifth had 2 jugs at $32.00 per 1# bottle. Again, back to the web......all you want for about $17-18 per 1# jug.... So 5000 primers at a difference of (49-29) is $100....4 jugs of powder if I could even buy it would have been (32-17) $60....so that is about $160 on the very small order I wanted....Haz mat was $25 at one place and $20 at the other and freight was about $20...so figure $160 difference in prices and $45 ship and haz mat saves me $115 by sitting at my "puter" and waiting for the UPS guy in a few days. The Moskowfornia gun dealers are counting on the new laws taking effect in February of 11 for a reason to try and scare, jab and screw the ammo and reloading buyers now. I hate to buy on the net but I also hate to get screwed on pricing...I, like most have really stockpiled ammo and are stockpiling reloading supplies right now...the locals can sit and cry about how unfair things are when nobody comes to shop. You just can't do that to us boys!