If you are looking to grow them this year, you may need to find plants instead of seeds. I'm in zone 6, IN should be similar, which means it's pretty late to start seeds now. I start them in mid-March for a Memorial Day weekend (or later) planting.
I will have fresh seed of most of those I listed later this year if you can wait. Many of my pepper varieties the seed stock is older, some 3-5 years old, so your success may not be that great and wouldn't want you to try starting those seeds and waiting a week or two to find out that the germination may be just poor to fair and lose all that time. I have over 100 pepper varieties and over 500 tomato varieties and I have to regularly rotate what I'm growing each year to keep the seed supply up to date.
If you'd be interested in plants, I have a friend from some tomato forums that has a greenhouse in AL that ships live plants. He has both
Alma Paprika and Hungarian Paprika listed this year.http://www.selectedplants.com/varieties.htm
Shipping plants isn't very cheap but if you order enough you get a lower per plant cost.
Shipping/mailing seeds requires bubble pack mailers to be safe they don't get crushed in the post office. Tomato seeds aren't as fragile. I don't think I have any bubble mailers left. If you still can't find any of these varieties anywhere, if you want to take a chance on my older seeds, you can send me a bubble mailer with postage inside to stick back on the envelope to mail it back.
Another place that sells plants and has a large selection is chileplants.com. I did a search for paprika and here are the results:http://www.chileplants.com/search.as...e&SearchButton
They sell at least 5 or 6 of the ones I listed, including Alma Paprika, Boldog Hungarian Spice, Feherozon, Antohi Romanian, Joe E. Parker, Giant Szegedi, etc. You must order 12 or more plants but can mix & match between varieties as well as tomatoes & eggplants too. Shipping to IN is $10 for 12.
I bought mine in various places over the last 10 years, so know what you mean about shipping costs adding up! Another place to check for seeds is http://www.chilepepperinstitute.org/cart/seeds/
Hope this helps!