7.62X51 (308) Brass needed for ....

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  1. ThunderStruck

    ThunderStruck
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    Looking for 250/300 non-processed military brass in 7.62X51 (308) for reasonable price.

    We are putting together a reloading class for our local boyscout troop.

    We are going to do this over the next few months and teach the guys gun safety, reloading, gun care, and marksmanship.

    Thanks,
    Ed
     
  2. deadshot2

    deadshot2
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    I'd contact this company. They might have a "Scout Discount".

    Brass cartridge cases and once fired cartridge cases for reloading from Cheyenne Brass, Inc.

    I can remember instances in the past, while working with a scout troop, that vendors were more than willing to assist as long as the requests were reasonable.

    Cheyenne brass is currently offering 1,000 pieces of .308 Lake City Military brass at $140 which isn't all that bad in itself.

    Give them a call and talk with a real person. Better than a letter or e-mail.
     
  3. ThunderStruck

    ThunderStruck
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    Thanks for any help.
     
  4. Onajoyride

    Onajoyride
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    I have a can full of exactly what your looking for. Call me and make an offer 503-799-1218 I live in Tigard which is just outside Portland.
     
  5. ThunderStruck

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    Hey,
    Thanks to all for helping out local scouts, the kids had great time.
    I am sure that several are hooked for life.
    Thanks again.
     
  6. deadshot2

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    Hopefully several of them will grow up and become politicians. We need all the help we and get to undo the damage those "gun haters" in Congress have done to our sport.
     

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