WTK: Looking for opinions on a fair price for what .45 acp.

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Tackelbarry
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WTK: Looking for opinions on a fair price for what .45 acp.

Post by Tackelbarry » 06 Jan 2013, 16:27

and .40 S&W once fired brass should sell for. Per 250 rounds, 500 rounds, 1000 rounds. Thanks.

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Re: WTK: Looking for opinions on a fair price for what .45 a

Post by PainKillaX » 06 Jan 2013, 16:37

A dime, three nickels, four pennies, and old gum wrapper, a gas receipt, and some lint, for all the .45 brass. Incidentally, I happen to have all that right here!

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Re: WTK: Looking for opinions on a fair price for what .45 a

Post by blueorison » 06 Jan 2013, 17:55

PainKillaX wrote:A dime, three nickels, four pennies, and old gum wrapper, a gas receipt, and some lint, for all the .45 brass. Incidentally, I happen to have all that right here!
hahahaha

Per 500
.40 - 80$
.45 - 90$

Per 250

divide by a factor of 2

Per 1000

multiply by a factor of 2

If the .45 is +P rated, you can add a few dollars.
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Re: WTK: Looking for opinions on a fair price for what .45 a

Post by Tackelbarry » 06 Jan 2013, 18:08

Thanks, blueorison.

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Post by blueorison » 06 Jan 2013, 19:19

Anytime, sir.
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