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Any intrest in 7.62x39 Brass? IMI de-primered once fired

Discussion in 'Ammunition & Reloading' started by OreGunSun, Apr 9, 2009.

  1. OreGunSun

    OreGunSun PDX/Clackamas Member

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    I am willing to part with 500 rounds of IMI Once fired brass - this is great stuff it is thicker walled military brass.

    Uses large rifle primers.This brass is the best available. Reform it, load it, shoot it.

    Before I posted a sale thread I was wondering if there was ant interest. I know that brass and primers in any thing is almost impossible to find.

    500 rounds is about 10 Pounds but will fit in a Flat rate Priority Mail box.

    I went ahead and post a a for sale thread here : http://www.northwestfirearms.com/forum/showthread.php?t=6583
     
    Last edited: Apr 10, 2009
  2. Hotwheelz

    Hotwheelz Pierce County Member

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    I would be interested........ price????
     
  3. gunsmith007

    gunsmith007 salem,oregon Member

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    I would be interested also how about 75.00 plus shipping flat rate or i could meet you if you are close
     
  4. OreGunSun

    OreGunSun PDX/Clackamas Member

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    Sorry I sold all my brass on the 11th. I was thinking about selling, and was testing the waters to see if thier was any interest - I was'nt sure it was up for a few days with no bites then it all sold to 3 different people within hours of each other go figure. But since I have had about 20 people contact me wanting to buy more. When it rains it pours.

    Never thought that I would see people pay the same for once fired brass that they would pay for loaded Wolf FMJ.

    I wonder what all the people that have paid a premium for the AK74's will shoot when all the Mil-surp ammo is gone. I am unsure if their is an American Manufacture of Ammo in 5.45x39 - I am not sure if their is brass or loading dies. If Mil-surp 7.62x39 -ever stops being imported - I know that their is enough demand and a market for 7.62x39 that it is not likely to be an issue.