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Brass and Primers

Discussion in 'Ammunition Classifieds' started by rcurrier44, Mar 28, 2012.

  1. rcurrier44

    rcurrier44 Hillsboro New Member

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    FTF exchange only...

    I have 60rnds of 358 WIN once fired brass (in boxes). I was going thru my brass collection and realized I no longer have this gun (and probably won't get another one). I'll take a 20 dollar bill or trade for something of similar value in the 9mm, 45acp, 223, 44mag, or 30-06 flavor.


    I also have some extra primers that I am interested in trading. They are all Federal still vacuum sealed in their original wrappers. I am mostly interested in trading for other primers or reloading supplies but if you want to pay full market value I guess I would be willing to sell them.

    What I have extra: 4K - Magnum Large Pistol, 1K – Magnum Small Pistol
    What I am interested in: Large Pistol, Small Pistol, and Magnum Small Rifle


    Thanks
    ROB


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  2. wichaka

    wichaka Wa State Well-Known Member

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    Just a short note, but if you're loads are on the low side...you can use the Magnum Primers with standard loads with complete safety and confidence.

    I've used them many times in my 45 auto loads with no effects.
     
  3. rcurrier44

    rcurrier44 Hillsboro New Member

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    Thanks, I had the feeling they would work, but if someone was looking for some mag primers and had a bunch of regular ones it would make them more versatile for my use.

    ROB