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Thread: Winchester brass

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    Boolit Master

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    Winchester brass

    Here's some brass that's not actually very old. I don't remember where I got it, probably a gun show for cheap, but it's been sitting on my shelf for a few years.

    I finally went to load a bunch of .357 Magnum recently, and noticed the 3-10-75 date written on it. I thought it just seemed ironic. Somebody bought this box of brass 45 years ago, for $2.85 (the equivalent of $13.67 when adjusted for inflation), and then never used it. It sat around unused for nearly half a century. It just made me think a little. Well, I guess I might as well load them up...

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    Boolit Buddy
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    That's my motto, lf you don't use it, you'll never use it up. Going through my stuff and making what I have, work.

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