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wtb 20ga hulls

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by 686, Dec 29, 2009.

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  1. 686

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    IF i were looking to buy some 20ga sts once fired hulls, what are they going for per 1000? thanks
     
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    I have seen STS and AA go for up to 8.5 cents a piece. The STS hukks are going for a little more than the AA's I think. You can expect to pay between 4 cents (.04) and 8.5 cents (0.085) a piece for either hull bringing you to $40.00 to $85.00 per 1000 hulls. It all depends on how bad you want them sometimes.

    I hope this helps and shoot well in the new year,
    George

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    Where are you located?
     
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    I have been paying 5 cents to 6 cents for the last 2 years for Rem STS 20 ga hulls. Make sure you know what the shipping costs are and factor that in. I just bought 500 on Gunbroker for 6 cents each. Use a reloading calculator and figure the cost of reloading and subtract that from the cost of new shells. The difference is that absolute max you would pay for once fired and not get burned. For the sts hulls it works out at about 15 cents if you can buy new hulls for $7.50 a box and that is if you do not value your time at the loading bench. I miss the days of ebay when they allowed them to be sold on there and you could find large quantities for under 5 cents each.
     
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    http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=152103033
     
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