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Large Primer .45acp brass for sale

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Leo, Nov 11, 2011.

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  1. Leo

    Leo Well-Known Member

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    I have 1000 pieces of clean, LARGE primer .45acp brass for sale. $50 per 1000 plus $11.00 flat rate shipping. I also have 9mm and .40 for $25 per 1000 plus shipping. A shipping box can hold 2000 pieces if you want to combine an order. Thank you, Leo
     
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  3. vmthtr in green bay

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    I'll take some as per your other thread.

    Mike
     
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    Is there a "small primer" .45 acp case out there...????
    I thought all of them call for the large pistol primer.
     
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    Blaser brass and Speer cheap stuff have small pistol primers in them.
     
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    Some W-W and import brass have small primer pockets. Actually, they probably make better ammo. Less velocity spread, stronger case. If worried about proper ignition, use the Fed 200 primer. I have not noticed a difference.

    I am using large primer brass for range and practice fodder in my Glock 21, and the small primer, sorted-by-head stamp stuff for accuracy loads in my 1911 match pistols.

    I use the same data.

    With this said, this is a very good price for brass that will probably be hard to get in the future. I would be surprised if other ammo makers did not shift to the small primer. It will depend on the cost.
     
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    Leo sends out very nice, clean brass.

    Leo, check your PMs.

    Gene Batchelar
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