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WTB 28 gauge old style AA hulls

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by riflegunbuilder, Mar 25, 2011.

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    WTB old style AA hulls in 28 gauge. I'm looking for any quantity up to or including 1000. Shipping would be to 30548. Please email with quantity and price. I would consider twice fired hulls.
     
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    I really need some hulls, i'd take as few as 200 if someone has some to turn loose. I'd also be interested in 410s. Thanks
     
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    I've found that it is really just as cheap to buy a flat and shoot them for the hulls as it is to buy them at .15-.20 cents each and pay shipping. At .20 the hulls are worth $5, so you get to shoot them once for $5 a box, you may save $2 by buying them but if you can't find them then this is a good alternative.

    Paul
     
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    That's usually what I do except I am looking for old style AAs that are no longer available.
     
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    Aah, gotcha. Good luck. Try shotgunworld.com, there was a guy on the selling them.
     
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    Would you be interested in old Peters hulls? I may have 4-600 @ $.12 ea. plus shipping from 48393

    Don Verna
     
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    Don, sent you a pm
     
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    Don, if they are the OLD ribbed ones I'll pass. If they are the smooth ones that look like blue RXP or Premiers I want them. Thanks

    I'm still looking for some AAs.
     
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    I am 90% sure they are the ribbed style so I will let sixten38 have them.

    I may have some old style AA's. I will check tonight for you.

    Don Verna
     
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    What is your reasoning behind your desire for the old AA as opposed to the AAHS available now? I have asked the question on TS re concerns with the AAHS and the majority of responses appeared to be that both were equally good.

    I'm interested in your viewpoint.

    Dick
     
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    You can probably find ols style AA's on Gunbroker but they are expensive.

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    Dick, the reason I am looking for some of the AAcf hulls is not a highly scientific quest. I load on a P-W 900, I use mostly STS hulls for practice and the AAcf hulls at registered shoots. I can load the same load with no adjustment of my press in STS and old AA. With the STS the velocity is about 50 fps slower. All four gauges are @1220 fps +/- and it may not make a world of difference but helps my feelings. Plus I have several thousand DR (PC) 28 wads, I have loaded some AAhs hulls with my regular load by accident and/or out of curiosity; two loads or so with DR wad is ok anymore and hull wear? causes a number of off sounding loads.
     
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    Just to let you guys know I am still looking for some hulls. I promise they would be well cared for, I have been known shed a tear over a 28 hull that has lived out his useful life.

    Also wanted to give everyone on the board a heads up that it appears we have people scam trolling on the board. I got a response from what appears to be a nigerian scam offering to sell me hulls to be imported from England.
     
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    Don, did you ever get a chance to see if you had any AA hulls?
     
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    What would you give for a thousand or two? Larry
     
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