Do you save the shells favorite from a good shot?

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by sandman1212, Feb 28, 2012.

  1. sandman1212

    sandman1212
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    Maybe it was the shell from your first deer, or your first bulls eye or some other great shot. Do you have a collection of shells? lets hear about it.
     
  2. Redcap

    Redcap
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    Nope. Only reason I save brass is to give it to a friend that reloads.
     
  3. Fumes

    Fumes
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    My second deer, I made a mount with the rack out of some scrap oak and suede, then a month or so later I was eating a great burger I made and bit into a bullet fragment which I promptly cleaned off dabbed with super glue and stuck it to the oak under the one sided forked horn.:thumbup: And I do have the shell somewhere.
     
  4. Mark W.

    Mark W.
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    I try to save every shell I reload. As to special shell casing being kept any lenght of time not that I remember.
     
  5. Flopsweat

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    No, just for reloading, but I do have the target from my first 5 round group under 1" at 100 yards. I think... Aw, it's around here somewhere. :)
     
  6. hawmanai

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    Yes, casing from Son's first big game kill, a buffalo even. Was not able to recover bullet as it went through. Father-in-law has case and recovered bullet next to the mounted elk horns.
     
  7. osprey

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    No casings but I have 5 or six bullets I have recovered from deer elk and moose.
     
  8. wingspar

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    My last good shot disappeared with the Tannerite it impacted. :woot:
     
  9. Hardwood floor guy

    Hardwood floor guy
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    i dont save brass but i build my own fishing spinners so whenever i catch a nice salmon or steelhead on one i save it.
    sometimes the same spinner pattern just spins better than others so i like to refere to the one that kept getting hits.
     

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