Reloading series

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  1. Jan 22, 2019 #1

    Tortminder

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    This is my goto place for shot shell reloading supplies.
    https://www.ballisticproducts.com/default.asp

    If anyone has any fired 12 Ga. high brass (25MM) they are willing to get rid of please PM me. The hazmat fee for primed brass is a killer and I can't find any unprimed high brass used or new. I want to cut it down so I don't even care if the crimp is reusable.

    P.S. I have your book. It is one that I am saving for when I travel. To visit my parents I have a day+ each way on a boat and books are a great way to spend that time.
     
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    Caribou,
    I have a huge box (3'x2'x4') of a number of old hulls that are once fired. I got them when I was a member of the Seattle Police Athletic Association (shooting range) in Seattle.
    I used to load my own shotshells but it is cheaper to buy them than to pay for the lead. Why do you prefer high brass? The low brass shells can be loaded heavier and faster. (there is more internal volume)
    How many do you want?
    NEVER MIND - I'll send you a PM
     
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