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Thread: WTS: 223 Reloading Bullets & Brass, BULK BULK BULK!

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    WTS: 223 Reloading Bullets & Brass, BULK BULK BULK!

    Pulled 223 55gr FMJ M193 Bullets
    Qty: 3000 in a 30 cal can. $200 ea + $20 ea to ship
    (3) Available
    (1) can SOLD TO BAIT O’ EGGS


    223 Mixed Brass. Wet Tumbled, Dried, Deprimed/Sized, Swedged, Full Length Sized again on a Dillon 1050 using Carbide Dies. They just need to be trimmed for the bullet your loading with. 57 lbs per bucket of cleaned, de-primed brass. Should be about 4300 cases per bucket.
    $250 per 5 gallon bucket. Shipping is $40 per box to ship.
    (2) Available plus a little bit in the box.


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    when it come to shipping use the kiss rule, keep it simple

    figure what fits in a flat rate box and price it that way. you should be able to get almost a full bucket of brass in a large flat rate box, and those pulled bullets would fit in a small flat rate or medium just fine.
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    Thanks Rancher, I picked a few box’s up today and will try it tomorrow.

    Matt

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    I’d be interested in some 856 bullets depending on shipping to 30165

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    I am interested in a can of the M193 55gr FMJ bullets, how much is shipping?

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    I’d be interested in some 856 bullets depending on shipping to 80701 as well
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    Updated 12/9 with what’s available to purchase

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    Bump to get some brass and projo's sold!

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    One more time. Then I’ll start splitting it up into smaller amounts

    Matt

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    I suspect tracer and incendiary bullets will get you in trouble with the USPS.

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    They are sold so no worries!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rancher1913 View Post
    when it come to shipping use the kiss rule, keep it simple

    figure what fits in a flat rate box and price it that way. you should be able to get almost a full bucket of brass in a large flat rate box, and those pulled bullets would fit in a small flat rate or medium just fine.
    Just do yourself and prospective buyers a favor - put the brass and bullets in bags before you toss them into the FR box. The PO has Tyvek shipping envelopes (free) that are quite tough - I would suggest putting the brass/bullets into those, inside the FR box.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrassMagnet View Post
    I suspect tracer and incendiary bullets will get you in trouble with the USPS.
    I would suspect a knock on the door at 2:00 AM by the friendly folks at the ATF.

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    This is NOT a discussion board. Comments like above are not required, nor are opinions.

    Helpful comments like putting brass in bags are helpful and welcomed.

    The 55gn ships 3000 in a 30 cal army can.... they will not break apart and get lost.

    Matt
    Last edited by Labanaktis; 12-30-2019 at 02:58 PM.

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