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Prices on bags of shot

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by scott5, Mar 1, 2006.

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  1. scott5

    scott5 Member

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    Hello all,
    I got a call this morning from a man that wants to buy my shot.
    I did a count and I have four bags of number 8, three bags of #6,
    one each of #4, and 7 1/2, all the bags are 25Lbs each.

    One of #8s has a price of $11.99 on it, but I don't think I want to let it go that cheap.

    So what should I sell these bags for, and what is the going price for lead shot?
     
  2. SShooterZ

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    Cheapest I've seen locally for MAGNUM shot is $18.50 a bag. Chilled shot would be a buck or two cheaper. If you know the guy, maybe $150 for all? What brand are they and are they all new and unopened?
     
  3. kudu
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    kudu Moderator Staff Member

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    Our club is paying about $17.50 wholesale for shot right now and selling to members for $18.50. Like SShooterZ said soft would go a buck or two less.
     
  4. BozemanMT

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    Sportsman Warehouse in colorado who is by far the cheapest on reloading stuff is at 16.99 or 17.99 a bag. (I forget to be honest)
    11.99 is way too cheap
    i would tell them $18 bucks, that's a deal since it isn't taxed which saves him a buck or so.
    it's not like shot goes bad.
     
  5. scott5

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    Hello all,

    I found also two 5Lbs cans of Illinois Copper Plated #4 shot.

    These bags are four bags of Lawrence Brand:two #6s, one #7 1/2, and one of #8. One bag of Remington #8. Two Hawk #8. One All American #6. And the last bag is an AA in #4.

    Doe's it matter that these are different makes of bags in what I should charge?
     
  6. Whole Hog

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    Hi Scott,

    Last weekend I bought three bags of Lawrence magnum #8.5 shot at Sportsman's Warehouse in Albuquerque for just under $22 per bag. Since #8 shot seems to be a little scare right now, I was glad to get it. $20 per bag for yours would be a bargain for someone if it's magnum shot. The brand shouldn't matter.

    Scott
     
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