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#7034166 - 01/11/18 09:21 AM Question about once fired brass prices
MortgageMan Offline
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I have a considerable amount of once fired .38 Special brass and a much smaller amount of .357 and .44 mag. How much would be reasonable to ask for these? I presume I would need to sell by weight?

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#7034799 - 01/11/18 04:53 PM Re: Question about once fired brass prices [Re: MortgageMan]
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Folks will normally want to know how many pieces you have, if they've been cleaned, if they've been resized, and if they're all the same head stamp. I'd suggest that you determine how much, say, 100 pieces of new Starline brass will cost you from MidwayUSA and then adjust your price downward to accommodate the fact that yours are once-fired.

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#7034803 - 01/11/18 04:55 PM Re: Question about once fired brass prices [Re: MortgageMan]
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Generally brass is sold by count not weight. The price will very depending on headstamp but not by much. It's best if they are all the same headstamp but some guys don't care. As for what to ask, I don't keep up with pistol so I can't say.

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