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Old October 14th, 2020, 08:05 PM #51
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You are welcome. I am in the process of posting in the Market Place with more calibers to come.
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Whatever caliber you choose... so here are the numbers that I have accumulated thus far to fit a USPS Small Flat Rate Shipping Box.

Small Flat Rate Box is (SFRB).
9mm-----------------------550 per SFRB.
40 Smith and Wesson-----400 per SFRB.
38 Special-----------------340 per SFRB.
45 ACP---------------------300 per SFRB.

Reloaded that equates anywhere from 6 to 11 goes of shells.

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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.
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I'm waiting for 357 magnum.
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I'm waiting for 357 magnum.
Very low quantity but if you win I will throw "All In" 357 Magnum along with another caliber to fill a small flat rate shipping box. This goes for any of the other harder to acquire caliber of 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.
Sure. Set both aside.

Also revolver brass. Less main stream examples here as well.

While certainly far less demand with some items than with others, three thoughts. One, specific cartridges are reloaded by folks for all sorts of different reasons. And given a reason, some cases are harder for avid reloaders to scrounge. Which means they need to source them. Two, cases can and do wear out. And three, some brass availability tends to be somewhat (or sometimes seemingly entirely) seasonal.

Remember, what you will have in abundance, like 9 and 40, others are much more likely to have as well.
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