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Value of 9mm brass

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by cbrgator, Nov 10, 2008.

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  1. cbrgator

    cbrgator Member

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    I have about 2000 rounds of 9mm brass. Mixed headstamp, once fired. I would like to unload it to one of you fine gentlemen who reloads but I have no idea what its actually worth to set a price. Can anybody give me a range?
     
  2. prickett

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    Last time I bought 9mm brass it was $5/1000. But, that was a phenomenal deal.
     
  3. S&W 25-2

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    You could probably unload it fairly fast for $10/1000, that's a good deal these days on 9s.

    If you hold out a little while, and wait for the right buyer, you may be able to get $25/1000.

    9mm and .40 are plentiful, so the going price is low.

    Stuff like .45, .223, and .308 command much higher prices, even in bulk.

    Before you try to sell, might want to see how many you can shove into a postal-service flat-rate box. Might help to be able to quote shipping that way.

    Good luck.
     
  4. offroaddiver

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    according to local store's prices... around $15/100 new and once fired all cleaned winchesters...around $55/1000

    Mixed range pick up that's not been cleaned I would pay around at tops $35/1000.
     
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