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F/S Remington GunClub Hulls

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Eriehunter, Feb 14, 2013.

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  1. Eriehunter

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    I have 16,000 once fired Remington Gun Club hulls for sale. They are all once fired by me and not range pick ups. I currently have them in bags of an approximate 1000. I will ship to you in the lower 48 for the actual cost of boxing and shipping. I plan on getting to the Shipping store tomorrow to get a cost on boxes and weight of shells.

    Local pick up is ok too , they are in Erie Pa.


    Cost is $30 per bag + shipping......... That is .03ea+ shipping

    Bryan

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    Last time I boxed up a thousand Gun Club 12 ga hulls, it weighed 19#.
     
  3. Eriehunter

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    Thanks for that info.

    The Remington gunclub hulls load just like the Nitros or the STS , they just have a steel base.
     
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    E mail sent
     
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    Gun Clubs are great hulls for reloading....
     
  7. Eriehunter

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    Still have some left and making more empties every week !!
     
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    email sent
     
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    Still have some left


    Thanks to those that have ordered.
     
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    Eriehunter

    I have some early gun clubs, both NIB, and hulls that are brass based.

    I'm not sure when they changed, but I also have some steel based ones.
     
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    Bvr Tail

    I wouldn't know when they switched but I got a flat last year of GC's that had brass bases. They were "new" not old stock that had been sitting.
     
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    I found that 9's seem always to be brass plated.
     
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    The few that I had were #8's or 7 1/2's I can't remember which. I know they werent 9's .... as i haven't shot a 9 in years.
     
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