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Anyone need some 5.56 brass?

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by labdwakin, Apr 23, 2011.


  1. labdwakin

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  3. labdwakin

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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:
     
  4. dbarry

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    That looks like some pretty rough stuff. Bought 1000 cases on gunbroker, (polished) for 42 bucks (including shipping). Stuff looks damn near new.
     
  5. labdwakin

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    it just hasn't been tumbled, you can get polished brass in the same amount for another 25 bucks.
     
  6. shotgunred

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

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    that ****in brass looks beat..
     
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    I'm sure it's mutual.
     
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    Ugh... damn pain pills... I meant 1 lb of brass for 4 lbs of lead... *sigh*... hydrocodone is some POTENT stuff... LOL
     
  10. labdwakin

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