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Fair price for once fired hulls

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by 686beretta, May 10, 2010.

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  1. 686beretta

    686beretta TS Member

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    I was wondering what a fair price would be for once fired AA's and nitro/sts. Thanks everybody.
     
  2. KEYBEAR

    KEYBEAR Active Member

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    I see 4-5 cents around Indiana
     
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    Considering the price of new AA/STS's have gone from $4.99 a box to $7.49 or more a box and I was able to buy once fired hulls at $35 a thousand all day long when they were $4.99 a box, seems fair that $45-50 per thousand would be about right now.

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  4. Recoil Sissy

    Recoil Sissy Well-Known Member

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    GoldEx:

    Don't forget Federal, Winchester and Remington just started their $2/box rebate offers for 2010. Federal and Winchester run thru the end of September. Remington's runs thru the end of October.

    As a practical matter, premium shells have dropped to about $5/box - at least for the five flat limits.

    sissy
     
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    Jeff,

    The price for new shells is more closely tied to the price of shot than the price of plastic.

    But I hope you are correct. I have a couple of thousand GM hulls that I wish to sell and I would be very happy to get $40/1000 for them.

    Don Verna
     
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    If you look around you should be able to pick them for 3 cents ... lots of 12 Ga. hulls out there ... just depends on how greedy some guys try to be ... lots of guys are shooting Rem. Gun Clubs and they end up in trash around our Club ... Gun Clubs reload great and you maybe able to find them for free
     
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    Please keep me in mind for 12ga GM feds preferr not the smooth plastic email at xxjonfowler@cox.netxx drop x's
     
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    I can get STS/Nitro for .04 each. But you have to watch out for the shipping it could be to high and you would have to pass on it. Try to do a face to face and you will have a good buy.
     
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    I mostly see prices for the Win. AA's at 3 1/2 cents a piece and the Rem. STS's and Nitro's at 4 cents a piece, plus shipping. Not to many people want to load the Federal's, exept the paper hulls. Shipping is not that bad now a days w/ the post office flat rate boxes that ship all over for the same prices. Break-em all. JEff
     
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