Goverment brass auction

Discussion in 'Ammunition & Reloading' started by PosterGuy, Mar 16, 2009.

  1. PosterGuy

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  2. yotehunter

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    depending where the bidding gets i may be interested
     
  3. PosterGuy

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    Do you have something that could haul this? There's also an auction at the same site/time that has a ton of .50 cal brass.

    Nathan
     
  4. PosterGuy

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    Actually, it's over 6 tons of 50 cal brass.

    Nathan
     
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    I have a Red Wagon I could hook to my tricycle if that helps
     
  6. Grizzly_A

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    And there's over a ton of expended brass in 5.56, 45, blanks, etc. for $150...but it's a drive.

    I can't figure out this site....anyone else able to figure it out?
     
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    $150 is the starting bid. I'm sure it's going to be well into the thousands once the auction starts. It's a crappy auction site, but this is where the government unloads everything.

    Nathan
     
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    I have a friend in the trucking business...
     
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    thats just not right in the head!:nuts::thumbdown:
     
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    Watching a thread on ARFCOM and it looks like the decision may be in the process of being reversed.
     
  12. Grizzly_A

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    What does the bottom of the ad say "mutilation not required" on the brass if you have to shred it? The other ads say that it must be shredded/destroyed with DOD employee supervising, but the brass doesn't have that stipulation.

    Did I miss something that you guys are seeing?
     

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