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    Default brass on auction...


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    Guess someone forgot to just crush it up and toss it.
    Nah, they just found it in the back of the warehouse, they forgot they had it
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    The scrap buyers will be all over that. Any brass on that site goes for market value of the brass. Would be nice to resell for actual reloading but the scrap people always get those bids.

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    "Real" Scrappers just go out and get it...

    ...and we would find their dehydrated and scavenger ravaged bodies all over the ranges in 29 Palms...

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    I just wonder ,,,,how many 5.56 cases are there in a ton??!!!

    It might just be a ,,,bit more,,,, than I might want to reload with my single stage "Rock Chucker" press !!!

    Guess I'll have to pass!

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    SOLD! $320 for 25 lbs of brass.

    On a whim I went out to look at the box of 1000 .308 rounds I bought a while back. Weight on the shipping label:




    26.8 LBS



    WOWSA!

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