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.45 brass

Discussion in 'Ammunition Classifieds' started by GSB09, Sep 15, 2009.

  1. GSB09

    GSB09 Portland Oregon Member

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    I have 1900+ rounds of .45acp that needs a new home. 1500 has been polished the rest needs to be run. Asking 100$ FTF or 110$ shipped
     
  2. doug

    doug Tacoma Member

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    Hello,
    If you still have the brass.... can you tell me a bit about the quality and origins, are the polished pieces really clean and nice? headstamps etc. sorry for all the questions, but I am debating buying locally or yours. Thanks.

    Doug
     
  3. GSB09

    GSB09 Portland Oregon Member

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    Hey Doug, It's mixed headstamps some once fired (police train @ our range)When I say polished its ready to reload its not as shiney as new brass. I used to polish and polish to get it that way and found that it didn't make any difference in shooting. It does make it easier to find when you are picking up your brass, thats all. Some I bought new most is range pick-ups. Some may have been re-loaded before some is once fired. I am selling it beacuse I sold my last .45 and am going strickly 9mm. Thanks , Larry
     
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