Best Source for Once-Fired Brass

Discussion in 'Ammunition & Reloading' started by skydiver, Oct 16, 2011.

  1. skydiver

    skydiver
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    Hey There,

    What is your best source for buying "once-fired" brass?

    I'm fed up with removing crimped primer pockets, so I don't want those.

    9mm, 45ACP, .223/5.56, .308 are my calibers

    Blue Skies!
     
  2. Silver02ex

    Silver02ex
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    I've been using once-fired-brass. I had 3 different orders from them and it's been a great experience.

    Once-Fired-Brass
     
  3. wichaka

    wichaka
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    I have some for 55.00 per 1,000

    PM me for details.
     
  4. HappyRoman

    HappyRoman
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    Try contact John Huey on here as JohnH he has all 3 of the calibers you want, local, great brass, prepped, clean, fair..
     
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  5. mattg521

    mattg521
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    I've got 15 boxes of once fired 9mm in the original packages. Mixed brands but mostly Rem and mostly unmixed within the individual box. Also two boxes of 20 Speer nickel case. I'm mostly looking to see this stuff not go to waste (also like to be fairly but modestly compensated for the time and effort spent collecting this stuff) make me a reasonable offer per box o' 50 and they are yours.
    I also have some .40, .243, .38 and .357 in same condition if anyone else is interested.
     
  6. skydiver

    skydiver
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    I totally agree. John is a wonderful gentleman.
     
  7. XSubSailor

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  8. bballer182

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    So do you have crimped brass that you want to get rid of?
     
  9. bballer182

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    I don't mind that much. If you accumulate more and wish to part with them, let a fellow skydiver know!:)
     
  10. deadshot2

    deadshot2
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    I used to hate doing that too. But then I bought a Dillon Super Swage and the task is no big deal. I now swage all my military crimps while sitting and watching evening TV.
     

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