Probably so.. But you still have to pull the bullets and possibly de-prime live primers as I see at least one in the picture that isnt seated fully..I'll let you know in a couple months when I get home. The 9mm was 6 cents and 223 was 9.5 cents got 250 10mm for 16 cents and they are mostly hollow points. Found it here in Phoenix from a guy that resells brass. He won't ship the stuff. I think a lot of these cartridges will only need sizing and a correct powder charge.
Yeah Joken, looks like you could make a few cents per bullet on most of it. Just not sure if it's worth it beyond original buyer with time spent.
Yep, I'd walk away on that one.Having traded a guy for some reloads and them being mostly crap, I wouldn't bother with them.
Do you really want to pull all those bullets? Decap all the ones that actually have a primer? Sounds like a bunch of BS to me.
The price of 9mm isn't high enough to reload for some folks,let alone mess with that mess.
I'm retired too and that doesn't sound like entertainment to me.I'm retired and it's good entertainment on nasty winter days
Copper , zinc and lead = Brass - Anything else?Lead Poisoning from all jacketed ammo... questionable at best.
What in the wild, wild west....um, yeah there is something else..... your quasi chemical equation does not balance.Copper , zinc and lead = Brass Anything else?
Soft brass can contain as much as 8% lead, children are at risk! Residue from handling lead based products Like reloaded ammunition harms a child's brain permanently.What in the wild, wild west....um, yeah there is something else..... your quasi chemical equation does not balance.
Brass is an alloy of copper, zinc, and sometimes tin.... the only lead is under the copper plating of the bullet. Cartridge brass is usually about 30% zinc.... Unless a youngster is pulling bullets with their teeth, (and I am NOT recommending that) I don't see much of a chance of lead poisoning... based on recent events I would be more concerned about ingesting lead from the water at school