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How much are OLD STYLE AA 410 paper/plastic ?

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Racerx, Aug 26, 2013.

  1. Racerx

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    I have the old style paper/plastic AA's ... looks like all are once fired !! very clean:) The plastic's are deprimed papers are not. So what are they worth.. I know alot of guys are using the new style hulls HS type... so what do you think ? Have at least 500 of each kind.
     
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    First off, the papers aren't AA, AA have always been plastic.

    Second, the fact that the plastics have been deprimed KILLS their value. Pre-HS 410s are going for 20-30 cents each, but people that are paying that kind of money want proof that they are definitely once fired, and the primer is the only proof.

    Lastly, I think you'd be hard pressed to get much out of the paper hulls.
     
  3. Racerx

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    yes the paper say "super speed" on them.. 20-30 each.. thats crazy money! i can see 5-8 cents but I shoot STS 12 ga. dont know the market for super clean 410 stuff thats so old ?
     
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    It has been my recent experience that the AA HS plastic once fired are going for 10-15 cents each. The old AA compression formed are more highly valued by some because they feel they reload longer and better than the newer HS hulls but I don't think there is a significant price difference assigned. I see some trying to sell .410 AA HS for 20 cents each but they just sit.

    I don't know what the papers are or what they would be worth.

    Just my 2cents.

    Dan
     
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    Thanks... I also have 20 AA and 12 ga AA and of all things 28 ga wads I think are remington 7/8 ? Oh I even have Actives 20 ga. 12 ga
     
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    Racerx, you could buy those same original primers back in the day and reload those shells so not having the primers place does not diminish the value.
     
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    I have never seen those pink / copper primers for sale. Jeff
     
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    .10 to.15 cents each for OF Win AA's is the going price. This drives me nuts since OF 12 AA's are .03-.05 ea. here all the time. It is a supply and demand thing. They sell 100 times more 12's than .410 or 28's

    A box of 12 ga AA's is about $8 in the non gouge places like WalMart

    However a new box of .410 2.5" AA's are $12.50 a box at WalMart which is about the cheapest place to buy new ammo there is.

    I saw $20 per box for Remington .410's today at Big 5.

    You can reload them for about half what it costs to reload 12 ga. due to the 1/2 oz. of shot and smaller powder charges.

    The one problem is you can't reload them as many times as you can the 12's due to the crimp taking a beating on the .410 hull. So it is still as expensive as regular 12's in the end. It's just a lot more fun to shoot!

    If you are going to shoot a .410 very much you need to get yourself at least 1000 hulls and a decent machine, and get after it.

    This is what I did as soon as I bought a .410 O/U and I haven't looked back.

    They are way more fun to shoot and more fun to reload as well.

    Randy
     
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    I think the once fired HS .410's are usually about 15 cents each. The once fired pre-HS .410 hulls I've seen brought about 18 cents each.

    Both are usually plus shipping.

    Stan
     
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    Interested in your hulls let me know
     
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    waiting on payment on 410 hulls.. there almost all gone.. still have 20 AA reds and AA yellows.. and AA 12 ga reds .. I still have winchester 410 papers still but not for long..
     
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    Update I only have old style WW 410 papers left..Yellow AA 20 ga left and RED 12 ga AA old style plastic left..
     
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    Yellow AA 20 ga sold pending funds/ 410 papers sold pending funds