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Dillon Brass

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by ArchAngelCD, Jul 22, 2007.

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  1. ArchAngelCD

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  2. trueblue1776

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    It looks like range pick ups, not new manufactured.
     
  3. RobZ71LM7

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    It's "once-fired" brass therefore mixed head stamp. Dillon won't make brass unless they can figure out a way to turn it blue. ;)
     
  4. Sheldon

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    I don't know about it being "cheap". You have to add $44 to the price listed next to the caliber of the case selection so the prices are:


    .380 ACP 19202 $70.00
    9mm 19203 $44.00
    Nickel .357 SIG 19205 $48.00
    .38 Special 19889 $49.95
    .357 Magnum 19206 $90.00
    .40 S&W 19204 $52.00
    Military .45 ACP 10497 $69.95
    Commercial .45 ACP 30196 $79.95
    .223 Remington 19207 $68.00
     
  5. Walkalong

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    Well, Dillons new web format sure is better than their old one, which was pitifull. It's about time. :)
     
  6. 870pilot

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    like sheldon said... it ain't cheap... at all :(
     
  7. SASS#23149

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    almost none of the pics will load for me,and the fact that they titled it 'dillon once fired brass' is confusing as the brand names are there to see.
    does it maybe mean that it was fired by the Dillon crew??
     
  8. Sheldon

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    Doubt they fired the brass. What the hell would they need to fire any for in the first place. I would guess they just want to have some available for sale as it would certainly be something needed by someone buying a reloader right?
     
  9. ArchAngelCD

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    You're right, I jumped the gun a little when looking at the prices. They are no cheaper than most online stores.:(
     
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