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28ga hulls for sale

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by baseball, Aug 10, 2011.

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  1. baseball

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    What is a fair price for once fired AA HS 28 ga Hulls?

    Gary Williams
     
  2. Joe Potosky

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    Your sitting on GOLD!

    $.15 - $.18
     
  3. superxjeff

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    That is what they bring on Gunbroker.com and sometimes more. The old style are bringing as much as 300.00 a thousand! I like the HS but still have quite a few wads and old style cases yet. Jeff
     
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    What about Remington hulls?
     
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    Jeff- There are sellers ASKING 30c a piece for old style hulls,,,but how many are actually selling at that price?
     
  6. Joe Potosky

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    RE: What about Remington hulls?

    Have no idea on value!

    In my travels I rarely see a Remington 28 gauge hull at shoots, reload or not.
     
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    Remingtons are going for $.15 a piece for once fired. HMB
     
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    You can buy new and get the rebate.. something to consider when pricing them. probably depends how fast you want to sell them
     
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    I see them here for .14 cents a piece enough not to pay more than that. The Win. AA's are the better of two in the real sub-guages as well. Now ask what you like. Break-em all Jeff
     
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    How many do you have and my offer would be .15 ea shipped to me.
     
  11. Shooting Jack

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    In the last year I have bought 3000 AAHS hulls for ten or eleven cents each plus shipping. If you look around you can find them. I'm still using 1500 old Remington hulls that I picked up for for three cents each. Jackie B.
     
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    The Rem hulls are longer than the Win AA hulls, they tend to buckle at the crimp if not opened before running through the press and honestly, I don't care for their almost gooy consistancy.
     
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