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40 cal brass

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Gunnerboy, Sep 8, 2011.

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  1. Gunnerboy

    Gunnerboy Member

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    This isnt for sale yet i was just wondering if there is any interest in 1200 rnds of once fired 40 brass almost all in original boxes.
     
  2. rsrocket1

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    yes, but it all depends on the price

    lots of 40 is available free for scroungers who go to the right ranges and they tend to pass the savings on to reloaders due to the flood of 40 used brass
     
  3. Starter52

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    I agree with rsrocket1. Around here .40 S&W brass is often free for the taking at outdoor ranges. A lot of law enforcement shooters use this caliber and don't care about the empty brass.
     
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    I've got 3 people at work who give me their brass. It does lower how much I'd be willing to pay for the same stuff.
     
  5. JEB

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    i agree. .40 brass is pretty available for free at almost any public range. however i wouldnt mind an opportunity to pick up a good amount of brass if the price is right.
     
  6. PO2Hammer

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    I usually get mine free, I watch for law enforcement training on the club's calender and swoop in like a vulture after they leave.
    Bought a .40 barrel for my 10mm pistol just to take advantage of the free brass.
     
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