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Brass, common calibers

Discussion in 'Firearms and Related' started by Finster, Jan 24, 2014.

  1. Finster

    Finster GOA, Go team! Site Supporter

    Mostly once fired very little of it is "range found" only the few that I pickup accidentally with my own.
    For sale or trade, Some other calibers but limited quantities.
    I need clean .45 (LP only)
  2. mysterymet

    mysterymet Monkey+++

    How much?
  3. Finster

    Finster GOA, Go team! Site Supporter

    Depends what you're looking for and quantity.
  4. hot diggity

    hot diggity Monkey++

    How much and how clean?

    I'm amused by folks that say they need a lot. Seems my idea of what a lot of brass looks like has become distorted.

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  5. -06

    -06 Monkey+++

    An old friend said he had a lot of ammo for his SKS--asked him how much and he held up about half a 20 rd box. That was a lot for him--some would not even consider that amount as having any. A bud has ammo in quantity for over 30 calibers--and a supply of arrows/bolts. He has much more than most normal LGSs and the arms for them. Thinking he is some kind of gun nut--lol.
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  6. Finster

    Finster GOA, Go team! Site Supporter

    Clean "enough" for me means no obvious corrosion or discoloration due to laying in the weather etc. What alot means is always relative, in my case I have >500 cases I started rotating through the press all are my own once-fired. I'd like to have about 1000 to use for my "shooting rounds".
  7. hot diggity

    hot diggity Monkey++

    Are you sure that's all you need? Just 1000?

    You're the genius, it says so in your profile, :D so send me an e-mail and we'll see what kind of deal we can work out.

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