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Reloadable Brass

Postby FordMan59 » Fri Nov 11, 2016 3:03 pm

I have re-loadable brass to sell. 9mm (7900+), .40 (11,950+), .45 auto (850+), .223/5.56 (2,650+) and 7.62x54 (50+). 99% plus are outdoor police range pickups mixed yellow brass and nickel plated. Not de-primed or tumbled. 9mm, .40 $4.00 per hundred + shipping. .45 auto $4.50 per hundred + shipping. .223/5.56, $7.50 per hundred plus shipping. 7.62x54 $ .50 each. I'll also consider reasonable offers on large quantities (1,000 or more pieces), mixed or matched calibers. All shipping will be by USPS with tracking number forwarded to the buyer so they can track their package and I have proof the package was sent. A medium or large flat rate box will hold lots of brass. If interested post in this thread what you want or send me a PM with information on what you want. I can get a quote to you including shipping costs and how to pay.
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Re: Reloadable Brass

Postby FergusonTO35 » Sat Nov 12, 2016 7:17 pm

I'll probably buy some of the .380 and .38 Special. Let me look through my stash and see how much I need.
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Re: Reloadable Brass

Postby FordMan59 » Sat Nov 12, 2016 8:15 pm

FergusonTO35 wrote:I'll probably buy some of the .380 and .38 Special. Let me look through my stash and see how much I need.


Sounds good. I'll be glad to help you what I can. I currently only have somewhere between 75-100 rounds of .380 and between 600-650 rounds of .38 special. If you know of anyone else that needs any of the calibers I have I'd appreciate it if you'd tell them about me. I need to sell some of this brass to help fund the Ruger 9E that I purchased today on credit. I'd been wanting a high capacity 9mm (17+1), Rural King had this one on sale for $289, I couldn't resist. I see by looking at your profile page you are from KY, but I don't recognize the town name. What area of KY are you in? I'm in south central KY.

For anyone wondering the numbers beside each caliber in parentheses is the approximate number of that caliber I have.
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Re: Reloadable Brass

Postby FergusonTO35 » Tue Nov 15, 2016 8:42 am

Hey Ford Man, I'm in Mercer County. Fixing to move back to the Lexington area, unfortunately.
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Re: Reloadable Brass

Postby FordMan59 » Thu Dec 08, 2016 11:32 am

Ferguson, I found a few more .380, enough to make 100.
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Re: Reloadable Brass

Postby FergusonTO35 » Fri Dec 09, 2016 7:22 am

Sounds good. How much Remington and Federal .38 Special do you have? I have a bunch of mixed .38's but those are the two I like to stick with.
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Re: Reloadable Brass

Postby FordMan59 » Fri Dec 09, 2016 7:45 am

I have 107 Federal yellow brass and 5 nickel plated for a total of 112. There are 164 R-P (Remington-Peters) yellow brass and 48 nickel plated for a total of 212. Total between Federal and R-P is 324. Total of .380 is 100 mixed head stamps.
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Re: Reloadable Brass

Postby FergusonTO35 » Mon Dec 12, 2016 11:22 am

Sounds good. How much for the Federal and Remington .38 brass and all the .380 brass shipped to zip 40372?
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Re: Reloadable Brass

Postby FordMan59 » Tue Dec 13, 2016 7:55 am

FergusonTO35 wrote:Sounds good. How much for the Federal and Remington .38 brass and all the .380 brass shipped to zip 40372?


Let me check and see if everything will fit in a small flat rate priority box or flat rate envelope, If it will $34 including shipping for all the .380 and 324 .38 special. I found 2 more .380 the other day that will be included making a total of 102 .380 and 324 .38 special.
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Re: Reloadable Brass

Postby FordMan59 » Tue Dec 13, 2016 6:47 pm

I tried to dump the brass in a small flat rate box and it wouldn't all fit, so I took the time to stack it using all available space and it all fit. It's a tight fit, but it's all in there. I did find one damaged piece of .38 special while going through it so the total would be 323 instead of 324 on the .38 special and 102 on the .380.
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