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Rough Measure

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by LAH, Apr 18, 2007.

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  1. LAH

    LAH Member

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    A 33 oz. coffee can will hold 650 ea. 45 ACP fired brass..........Creeker
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  2. The Bushmaster

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    How many if they are just plain yellow brass?:D
     
  3. Shoney

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    Is that the heaping can full or the level full can????????:D

    Is it the jostled and shaken level can full or the level can full by one at a time counting???????:D

    Sorry if I seem to think that your picture shows that you don't have a nice set of cans!:evil:
     
  4. LAH

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    I beg your pardon, I think my cans are very nice.:)

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    FYI: a 46 ounce plastic Folgers can will just barely hold 1k .45 acp brass.

    I just filled 2 last weekend... ;)

    Joe
     
  6. Shoney

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    OK! I will pardon you, :what: but no need to beg for it.:neener:

    That new picture puts your cans in a new light. It shows their full breadth, their nice tan coloration, their sumptuous and ample cleavage. But the only thing I will say for certain is, "They sure are full.":rolleyes:
     
  7. LAH

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    Thank you Shoney, my feelings are completely restored.:)
     
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    OK Creeker. Is that new brass or do you take the time to clean the inside also.:D
    Rusty
     
  9. LAH

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    Rusty this brass has been fired. I purchased it from a guy on reloadbench.com. He polished it and appears to have done a great job.
     
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