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Old 06-09-2012, 08:28 PM   #81
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I have a bunch of 9mm, .40S&W, and .223.... How much x39, x54, and .32 Win do you have?
what will you trade me for 250 once fired brass 45acp's police range pickup
7.62x39 and 303
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Old 06-15-2012, 05:38 AM   #82
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I have:
28 Once fired .32 Auto
143 Once fired .40 S&W
33 Once fired 5.7
36 .32 Win Spl. 16 are used, once shot; 20 are vintage Winchester Western primed cases in the original box
234 Once shot commercial .223
??? Once shot 9mm Luger
I have some .270, but it better be something good for me to trade (Read I can make it into 6.5x50)

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7.62x39, 7.62x54r, 6.5x50 Jap, 7.7x58 Jap, Military .30-06, .30-40 Krag (.30 US), .44 Mag, uncommon .38, .357, 9mm calibers...

Really need the 6.5 Jap!!
I have 200+ 303 British I heard you can make into 30/40 Krag
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I have 400 plus 40SW, how many 380 acp you have
Sorry got rid of it
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Looking for some 45/70, have a ton of 9mm, and 45, including a few hundred LEO nickel brass. Some 40 , 223, 30-06 also.

Preferring Starline or Winchester brass. That Remington stuff splits to easy.

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Sorry guys.. I want "real" .30-40 Brass... I dont really need it - Im just keeping a eye out for it...

Right now Im really looking for 7.62x54, 6.5 Jap, & Military .30-06 (To make into Jap rounds)

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Sorry guys.. I want "real" .30-40 Brass... I dont really need it - Im just keeping a eye out for it...

Right now Im really looking for 7.62x54, 6.5 Jap, & Military .30-06 (To make into Jap rounds)
I got 10 or so 30-06 if your in the south austin area....not really worry it to ship it.
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What do you all look for when collecting brass. When I go to the range there is all kinds of brass just lying around. I guess many people around here don't reload much? I tend to pick up varying calibers and all. I do not really know how to tell the difference in what "good" brass is and what "bad" brass is. I figure there is quite the difference and I do not know what certain people look for when reloading. I figure I could always just pick up whatever is there or ask people for their brass and give it to people like you all who actually use it rather than have the range just trash it.

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Corey, I do the same thing at the shooting range. I pick up whatever brass I can get my hands on. I don't reload but I am going to give this brass away some day and I'll just leave it up to the reloader to decide what brass is good for reloading and what isn't.

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Ok, well from now on I will be picking up brass for anyone who may need certain calibers and whatnot. I will thread it when I get enough to ship. If someone wants to pay for shipping costs then by all means I will send it out for you all.

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Ok, well from now on I will be picking up brass for anyone who may need certain calibers and whatnot. I will thread it when I get enough to ship. If someone wants to pay for shipping costs then by all means I will send it out for you all.
Since brass is so heavy I think the cheapest way to ship it would be to get one of the "Flat Rate" USPS boxes. No matter how much they weigh, they will go for a flat rate. Rate depends on the size of the box. I know you can't send ammo through USPS but since it is just spent brass I think it's okay.

http://postcalc.usps.com/
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