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Old March 10th, 2013, 10:12 PM   #1
 
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357 magnum *once fired* factory brass over 1,000 shells

Hey, got some once fired brass, all factory ammo, as I don't reload.
Got everything from Remington, PMC bronze, Buffalo Bore, Corbon, Magtech, Winchester Super X, you name it.

Have about 1,000+ 357 magnum casings and atleast 1,000+ 38special cases as well (with same brands as mentioned above)

What kind of price can I get for this stuff? Just sitting around collecting dust.
Has all been shot since 2010, as that was the 1st year I owned a firearm.

Thanks.
also, willing to sell or trade.



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Old March 10th, 2013, 10:44 PM   #2
 
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I'm thinking between $100-$115 for the 357 and $50-$65 on the 38. Then again, you could sell it in quantities of 250 for somewhere around $35.
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I just left OKC and a LGS there was selling 200 case baggies of 9MM for $8. It was range pickup, so there were aluminum and steel cases in the mix. Not a lot mind you but it was there.
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This thread caught my eye.
I have been trading at 10:1 my once shot 38s cases to a guy at work who is giving me one box of 50 for every 500 empty cases.

Fair deal? Not wild about the lead SWC bullets but they shoot well, just more work cleaning the gun afterwards.

I am not comming close to 1000 rounsd of 45 ACP cases. What can I get for those, selling out right?
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I don't reload.
And why not?

Reloading is not rocket science (although it involves high energy, smoke, flame and things that go very fast) and anyone who can change a tire without losing their lug nuts and make edible biscuits without injury can do it.

I highly recommend it, as you have a good deal of the requisite materials already.


I started out with my first gun (also .357 Magnum) in 1975 and a RCBS single stage press. Loaded my own for one quarter of what factory ammo cost.

Please forgive the unsolicited advice.

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I have had some PMs for $100-$200 for the brass.

I will do a final post showing current brass count and pictures to show them off as well.

I am reserving the brass from buffalo bore, corbon hunter, magtech, and double tap for those of you who load HOT HOT HOT rounds.

Thanks.
I'll post info up tonight.
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If you are trying to sell these on open forum that is a rules violation. You can list them in the classified section. Thread is closed.
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