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frostfire
04-21-2013, 21:36
I got tired of saving brass until I get a Dillon, and my usual source who loads for me can't find material....:boohoo

If you have powder, primers, etc. and don't mind some elbow grease, then you can use some uncleaned brass that still need depriming:)

50 lbs 9mm or approx 5885 cases (117.7 cases/lb I round down for all calc)
15 lbs .40 or approx 1498 cases (99.9 cases/lb)
12 lbs .45 acp or approx 937 cases (78.1 cases/lb)
7 lbs /308 or approx 280 cases (40 cases/lb)
2 lbs of 38 special and 357 mixed or approx 204 cases
1lbs of .380 or approx 120 cases

$3/lb (way less than what palmettostatearmory charges)

frostfire
05-07-2013, 17:31
.40 and .308 sold

I got tired of saving brass until I get a Dillon, and my usual source who loads for me can't find material....:boohoo

If you have powder, primers, etc. and don't mind some elbow grease, then you can use some uncleaned brass that still need depriming:)

50 lbs 9mm or approx 5885 cases (117.7 cases/lb I round down for all calc)
15 lbs .40 or approx 1498 cases (99.9 cases/lb)
12 lbs .45 acp or approx 937 cases (78.1 cases/lb)
7 lbs /308 or approx 280 cases (40 cases/lb)
2 lbs of 38 special and 357 mixed or approx 204 cases
1lbs of .380 or approx 120 cases

$3/lb (way less than what palmettostatearmory charges)

frostfire
05-14-2013, 01:45
forgot to include in original post:

20 lbs .223/5.56 or approx 1470 cases (73.5 cases/lb)


thanks for the interest

Zbonta
05-29-2013, 21:40
PM sent.

frostfire
06-06-2013, 23:27
all brass gone....

Thanks for the PM's folks.If I knew there'd be so much interest (must be tough out there), I would have aimed for higher mark-up :D