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Old October 20th, 2020, 10:09 PM #61
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Fantastic offer.
I'm in Sir.
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Someone sent me $10.00 cash in an envelope.. Should I return this hefty sum or should I wait for the drawing, I mean he could be on a streak of luck.
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Someone sent me $10.00 cash in an envelope.. Should I return this hefty sum or should I wait for the drawing, I mean he could be on a streak of luck.
That was probably me for the 3030 brass we PM'd about.
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I apologize for that temporary glitch. Glad you could use the 3030 brass.
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Does anyone really has a use for 25 ACP and 32 Auto? I do come across these when I am sorting brass. I only have a small smattering but the collection grows.
I pm'd you about 25 acp on Oct 11 (and .38 S&W, 38Super, 9 Largo)...I feel similarly about 32 even though I'm not set up to load that one yet.

Wouldn't mind getting ahead on brass for any of those.
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Does anyone really has a use for 25 ACP and 32 Auto? I do come across these when I am sorting brass. I only have a small smattering but the collection grows.
I made a suggestion in the Brass Trade thread a while ago, that there's a business plan out there somewhere for a Brass Co-Op. Somewhere that un-needed brass could be sent in for "credit" towards brass that is needed. I'm sure many folks like me have small quantities of range pickup calibers that just sit on the shelf. I give brass away as much as possible, but it would be cool to get credit towards something I could use more.

Just a thought if you're looking to distinguish your business from the other once-fired brass sites.
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Drawing coming on the 25th.

I have a smattering of 357 Sig, a small smattering of 32 ACP, 25ACP. 357 Magnum that I am gradually growing a small pile. And of course all of the common calibers.
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