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Where do you buy your brass

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by Monkeymanstang27, Jan 11, 2012.


  1. Monkeymanstang27

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    Ive been buying brass for my 40 for years at my local range and now since there shutting down i kinda gotta find somewhere else... Ive been searching the web and cant really find any reasonable deals...
     

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  2. rpgman

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    I needed some .40 Brass, have tons of 9mm from ROing a GSSF Match, so I used tjconevera.com and was very happy with the Brass, Mostly, all Winchester. Sparkling and Clean when it arrived.


    http://www.tjconevera.com/40swonfiprbr.html
     

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  3. fredj338

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    For service calibers, I can usually get range pickups, enough that I haven't had tp buy 9mm or 40 for 20yrs. Once fired from several places, TJ is good, brassman, several others. A quick internet search for once fired brass has lots of hits. For new, tough to beat Starline direct for price & quality.
     
  4. TN.Frank

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    Send Blount Object a PM for prices and availability. Ge's a member of GT, have done business with him several times, have been very satisfied with prices and quality.


    Jack
     
  6. RustyFN

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    Careful you will never get your CRB card talking like that. Brass is free at the range.
     
  7. fredj338

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    Depends on caliber of course. If I had to rely on range brass for any of my magnum rev or the 10mm, even 357sig, I wouldn't have much of it.:crying:
     
  8. labdwakin

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    I just steal my brass from Jack :couch:
     
  9. PCJim

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    Another GT member, Yankee2500, also sells brass. I purchased some 380 from him a while back when it was scarce as hen's teeth.
     
  10. Blunt object

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    Thanks for the good word, Jack.

    I can supply once fired, cleaned, mixed headstamp handgun brass in 9mm, .40, and .45 ACP.


    Current price is $35/K for 9mm, $40/K for .40, and $50/K for .45 ACP plus USPS flat rate shipping.

    $10 medium box holds 3K 9mm, 2.5K .40, or 2K .45.
     
  11. michael e

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    Check gunbroker when I need odd stuff, most of time I find enought of the normal calibers on the ground to not need to buy any.
     
  12. NevadaBob

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  13. Bello

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    i dont buy brass i just ninja it from the range floors
     
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  14. Fire_Medic

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    I have a boat load of 40SW if anyone has 9mm, 38 special, 357 magnum to trade.........
     
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  15. shotgunred

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    I go to the range with a range bag, a 22, and a dustpan. When ever I see brass laying on the ground and no one is paying attention to it i quickly sweep it up and dump it into my range bag.
     
  16. Houdini

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    I buy once fire brass it is cheaper.
     
  17. Melissa5

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    Nice...wish he had some .45 GAP. I just received a batch from Southern Belle Brass and it was dirty.
     
  18. mizer67

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    I buy new from Starline. There is none better.

    Once fired I buy from brassmanbrass.com for same headstamp stuff. Not cheap, but clean, consistent, and seemingly mostly from the same lot in many cases.

    Mixed I pick up off brianenos.com's forum classifieds whenever someone is selling it cheap.
     
  19. mizer67

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    I wouldn't buy rifle brass from him.

    I purchased .223 from him and it was SAWed, and I had several case head separations on light loads. I had to toss the whole lot.
     
  20. Steve Koski

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    Buy brass?!?