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Old November 24th, 2021, 10:56 AM #21
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Gotcha SG. At the moment there are several grendel but not 200 yet. Will let you know when finished sorting.
Well if you don't hit over 200 grendel cases, let me know as I'd probably be willing to drive to meet up with you (I am in north western Howard) somewhere in between. I mean, if it is like 14 cases, probably not...

Also 7.62x25 (Tokarev), 9x18 (Makarov) and 32acp I'd be interested in.

Just kind of depends on quantities for all of it of course
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Old November 24th, 2021, 10:57 AM #22
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Honestly if you do decide to really sort it all out I would post a breakdown of what it all is and at least rough quantities.


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Old November 24th, 2021, 10:59 AM #23
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Range pickings are quite a mixed bag for the reloader. Depending on the actual range and calibers prevalent there, it can be a gold mine or trash heap. If you are currently sorting by caliber, great.
Price range goes from
- unsorted brass
- caliber sorted brass
- caliber and brand sorted brass
- brass in original box
- once-fired in original box

Given my predicament for keeping anything valuable I have come across a bunch of things on the range. Starting from a 80% steel cased berdan primed batch (dumped) to 60+ pcs of 375 H&H.

You have been doing the right thing so far. Sort by caliber and sell in batches. If you notice a bunch of cases from a single manufacturer, you can also sort by headstamp. Sell common calibers in batches of 100 for headstamp sorted cases, you can do 500 pcs for mixed brass. Anything you do not recognize at once - put aside and look it up or ask. There is a bunch of expensive brass around that can be sold in smaller batches.
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I would be interested in a couple hundred/500 .308 cases.
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yeah some 308's would be nice..

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I'm interested in 380. I'll be up the road at Tysons next weekend.
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What's this about driving? Priority mail flat rate boxes are how the big boys play.
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Mostly what everyone has been saying .

Sort by caliber . If blatantly large numbers of one brand , sort by headstamp for small premium .

Despite the naysayers , IF you have a tumbler , give them a quick tumble to knock off worst crud . Don't need to be mirror shiny . Don't bother to deprime .

Bag up , say 200 of 9mm ( or very common pistol ) , 100 of non .223 rifle , or less common pistol . Be prepared to give bulk pricing break for more than certain number of bags .

Flat Rate box USPS is a thing , also be open to " as many of X caliber that fit into a box .
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