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Old October 11th, 2020, 04:55 AM #1
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If there is an interest in once fired brass for reloading.

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The primary purpose of this posting is to see if there is an interest in once fired reloadable brass that has been picked up at an indoor range. I will happily sell it in the marketplace. This is a very small venture for me and more along the line of me just staying busy since I am pretty much retired and that being from the military. What I do is buy a bucket of once fired brass that weighs ~75-85 lbs, sort it by caliber, wet tumble and after that walnut media tumble. Most of the once fired brass is pistol brass. 9mm being the most prevalent and then 40 cal. There is a healthy dose of 45 ACP and 38 Special.
I know that the water cooler is not the market place but if you are interested the price to you will be discounted for sure. This includes shipping in a small, medium and large flat rate box.
In the order of volume I have plenty of 9mm Luger, 40 Smith and Wesson, 38 Special, 45ACP, 357 Sig, 357 Mag and a smattering of off calibers.
You can find my listing on gunbroker if you are curious enough.
So if I sell online at .05 apiece I will likely sell it to you for .04 ea
I try to push this out in increments of a thousand a batch, however I can even simple send out to you a small flat rate box even if it will not fit a thousand.I can always work out the details.

If you have read this far I am offering to give one Small Flat Rate Box Chock full of brass of your choosing free of charge including shipping. Just say I am in. What I will do is pick from a hat whatever number as indicated by your post and announce a winner within two weeks from now on the 25th of Oct.

I will also trade brass so ask for my personal use prolly through the brass trading thread..
Again If I see an interest I will begin posting this brass onto the marketplace for sure.
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I'm in...thanks.

How do you know it's once fired, or is it assumed, since it's range brass?

Where are you located? I might just drive and pick some up.
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I'm in and as a customer.
Where are you located?
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I stand corrected as I am sure that some make it to the floor and gets swept up. Reloaders who use the range tend to pick up their own so the majority of the brass is once fired.
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I am located close to Colonial Heights, Virginia where the indoor range is located.
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The range that I frequent is called "The Smoking Gun"
The sad thing is that there are not as many shooting ranges as I had hoped for when I moved down here in 2010. This is the only one around this locale.

FWIW. I do get my hands on a few bits of odd ball casings.
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I am located close to Colonial Heights where the indoor range is located.

The range that I frequent is called "The Smoking Gun"
The sad thing is that there are not as many shooting ranges as I had hoped for when I moved down here in 2010. This is the only one around this locale.

FWIW. I do get my hands on a few bits of odd ball casings.
I have never heard of Colonial Heights. What is the closest town?
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Like I said this is a small time operation and if it gets somewhat off of the ground I will contract the indoor range owner for his brass.
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Colonial Heights Virginia.
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I left MD in 2010 but kept up with Maryland Shooters.
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Mods is you feel the need to remove ect..
The primary purpose of this posting is to see if there is an interest in once fired reloadable brass that has been picked up at an indoor range. I will happily sell it in the marketplace. This is a very small venture for me and more along the line of me just staying busy since I am pretty much retired and that being from the military. What I do is buy a bucket of once fired brass that weighs ~75-85 lbs, sort it by caliber, wet tumble and after that walnut media tumble. Most of the once fired brass is pistol brass. 9mm being the most prevalent and then 40 cal. There is a healthy dose of 45 ACP and 38 Special.
I know that the water cooler is not the market place but if you are interested the price to you will be discounted for sure. This includes shipping in a small, medium and large flat rate box.
In the order of volume I have plenty of 9mm Luger, 40 Smith and Wesson, 38 Special, 357 Sig, 357 Mag,
You can find my listing on gunbroker if you are curious enough.
So if I sell online at .005 apiece I will likely sell it to you for .004 ea
I try to push this out in increments of a thousand a batch, however I can even simple send out to you a small flat rate box even if it will not fit a thousand.I can always work out the details.

If you have read this far I am offering to give one Small Flat Rate Box Chock full of brass of your choosing free of charge including shipping. Just say I am in. What I will do is pick from a hat whatever number as indicated by your post and announce a winner within two weeks from now on the 25th of Oct.

I will also trade brass so ask for my personal use prolly through the brass trading thread..
Again If I see an interest I will begin posting this brass onto the marketplace for sure.
OP, as written above, you're selling brass for 1/2 a cent apiece? Is that correct?
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Good morning, I am in and welcome back to the crowd. I do hope all is better in VA then here in Md but it seems to might actually be getting worse.
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