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labdwakin
04-23-2011, 15:48
I found a place online that has free shipping for 35 lbs (about 2500) for $125.

http://www.unclesamsretailoutlet.com/35-pounds-Unpolished-5.56-Once-Fired-Brass.html

GioaJack
04-23-2011, 15:52
I found a place online that has free shipping for 35 lbs (about 2500) for $125.

http://www.unclesamsretailoutlet.com/35-pounds-Unpolished-5.56-Once-Fired-Brass.html


Here I thought you were giving away brass, with you paying the shipping. Once again you disappoint me. :crying:


Jack

labdwakin
04-23-2011, 15:54
Here I thought you were giving away brass, with you paying the shipping. Once again you disappoint me. :crying:


Jack\

Nope... not giving any away... but I'd be happy to trade 4 lbs of brass for 1 lb of lead :supergrin:

dbarry
04-23-2011, 16:34
That looks like some pretty rough stuff. Bought 1000 cases on gunbroker, (polished) for 42 bucks (including shipping). Stuff looks damn near new.

labdwakin
04-23-2011, 16:40
That looks like some pretty rough stuff. Bought 1000 cases on gunbroker, (polished) for 42 bucks (including shipping). Stuff looks damn near new.
it just hasn't been tumbled, you can get polished brass in the same amount for another 25 bucks.

shotgunred
04-23-2011, 21:26
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Nope... not giving any away... but I'd be happy to trade 4 lbs of brass for 1 lb of lead :supergrin:

So do you have about 200 pounds of 223 brass laying around?

Bello
04-23-2011, 21:28
that ****in brass looks beat..

bush pilot
04-23-2011, 23:02
Here I thought you were giving away brass, with you paying the shipping. Once again you disappoint me. :crying:


Jack

I'm sure it's mutual.

labdwakin
04-24-2011, 02:08
So do you have about 200 pounds of 223 brass laying around?


Ugh... damn pain pills... I meant 1 lb of brass for 4 lbs of lead... *sigh*... hydrocodone is some POTENT stuff... LOL

labdwakin
04-24-2011, 02:15
that ****in brass looks beat..

That brass is once fired military brass with annealed necks. It's actually very GOOD brass if you don't mind swaging primer pockets.