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#1 clarkbe9980

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Posted 11 February 2018 - 07:02 PM

I have a ton of once fired that is really starting to pile up. I don't have the time to reload like I used to and I need to make some room. I know I could deprime all of it and take it to metal check. What I will probably do is end up selling it to individuals. I'm wanting to ask everyone if there are other options such as selling it to a store or somewhere else that buys mass ammo?

Most of my brass is 223 and 9mm but I have a wide variety.

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Posted 11 February 2018 - 07:47 PM

I have a ton of once fired that is really starting to pile up. I don't have the time to reload like I used to and I need to make some room. I know I could deprime all of it and take it to metal check. What I will probably do is end up selling it to individuals. I'm wanting to ask everyone if there are other options such as selling it to a store or somewhere else that buys mass ammo?

Most of my brass is 223 and 9mm but I have a wide variety.

Give it away . . . Sell it . . . Ship it to Freedom Munitions for credit . . . I could go on.
I'll take 100 lbs of each.

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#3 dennishoddy

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Posted 11 February 2018 - 09:54 PM

Sell it, or use it for trading material which is what I do mostly. 

Figure out what you need, and see how much brass some folks are willing to trade for. 

I bagged up 100 round zip locks once and sold it to a local pawn/gun shop once and got decent money for it. They didn't have to sort or count it going right on the shelf. 

If it's at least tumbled, it is more desirable. 






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