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Hey Guys,

I posted a add yesterday morning on my local Craigslist and I had a hit on some used brass. I was wondering what you guys thought of the prices? These are mixed headstamp.

.357 Mag - $0.14Ea over 1,000 pieces
30-30 - $0.20Ea over 1,000 pieces
30-06 - $0.38Ea over 1,000 pieces
.223 - $0.08Ea over 1,000 pieces
7.62x39 - $0.42Ea approx 500 pieces
 

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Good luck,

You can get NEW Starline brass for 12.3 cents each.

Guess if the folks on Craigslist are not smart shoppers you can find someone to buy your stuff.

Would think about half of what you are asking would move it quickly.
 

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Starline does not make rifle brass, Unfortunately. But brand new high quality .357mag brass cost $0.145 each form stareline. Your prices are as high or higher than I can get cleaned and processed brass form several established companies. Why would anyone purchase form you instead?
 

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Sorry guys, I'm not the one selling them. I would be the one buying, I made a add saying wtb reloading brass.
 

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just bought 1,000 pieces of .40 for $51....it is cleaned and polished too

the prices of once fired cases depend a lot on supply and not so much on the price of the commodity - brass/copper/tin ect. ...since 40 and 9mm is so plentiful, it is fairly cheap.....rifle brass is more pricy - especially the more unusual calibers...

for pistol cases it may make sence to go straight to a supplier who specilizes in once fired brass.... for rifle brass - shop around! ....some bargins can be had on auction sites and others like this
 
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