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Question about 28g 'old style' AA's

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by J.D. Squire, Feb 14, 2009.

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  1. J.D. Squire

    J.D. Squire Member

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    Question about 28g

    I have recently acquired about 250 old style 28 g AA - just wondered what they would bring apiece if they were once fired?
    Thanks

    J.D.
     
  2. Bob_K

    Bob_K Well-Known Member

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    12 cents each fairly easily, 18 cents each from someone with deep pockets.
     
  3. sixten38

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    The old style aa's routinely sell in the range of 0.20 to 0.30 each on gunbroker in lots of 200-300 hulls. Auction them off you will get at least 0.20 each for them.
     
  4. Customstox

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    On gunbroker, the seller often ASKS 20 cents each for the old cf hulls and the new ones. There is no evidence of them ever being sold for that price. And 30 cents? I have seen them sell for over the cost of new shells when they were still on ebay but you are dealing with idiots. They seem to be selling for around 15 cents lately, plus shipping.
     
  5. bob radasch

    bob radasch Guest

    I recently bought 300 old style( shortie) one fired win AAHS 28 gauge hulls at .13 / hull
    RR
     
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