bullets, die and brass

Discussion in 'Guns For Sale' started by srhaggerty, Jun 10, 2005.

  1. srhaggerty

    srhaggerty Well-Known Member

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    I have a RCBS FL die set in 300 RUM. Also a box of 180 grain accubonds (28 left), a box of 150 grain accubonds (38 left), a box of 168 grain A-max (85 left), a box of 178 grain A-max (85) left. Also have 300 pieces of brass, some primed with Fed 215M primers. None have been more than twice fired. I am open to offers.
    elkhntr04@aol.com
    Sean
     
  2. DaddyRabbit

    DaddyRabbit Well-Known Member

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    Whats' your best price on your 178 and 168 gr Amax?
     

  3. srhaggerty

    srhaggerty Well-Known Member

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    10 a box with 5 bucks shipping.
     
  4. Reloader

    Reloader Well-Known Member

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    I'll give $21.00 for the 150 ABs and 178 Amaxes shipped. You can just dump them in a bag and ship em' in a $3.85 pre-paid envelope.

    How bout' it?

    Reloader
     
  5. POP

    POP Well-Known Member

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    I am interested in the Brass. How much?
     
  6. srhaggerty

    srhaggerty Well-Known Member

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    Works for me. I am not familiar with the 3.85 pre-paid, you just get it at the post office?
     
  7. srhaggerty

    srhaggerty Well-Known Member

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    50 bucks for all that I have.
     
  8. Reloader

    Reloader Well-Known Member

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    srhaggerty,

    Yes you can just pick them up at the Post Office. They have the flat rate envelopes for 3.85 and they also have the flat rate boxes for 7.70, the boxes are great, you can fit about 500 brass in the boxes and it's only 7.70.

    You could put lead in them if you wanted, the weight limit on the envelopes and the boxes is 70 lbs. It's a great way to ship reloading supplies. I bought 150 270 bullets awhile back and the guy just put em' in a zip-lock bag and shipped them in the flat-rate envelope.

    Usually the post office will give you several of these boxes and envelopes as well as a roll of USPS tape for free. Then, all you have to do is print out a shipping label online from the USPS website and they'll charge that flat-rate fee to your credit card and have your post man pick it up or you can just buy the labels at the PO. It's a pretty good service.

    You can just email me your shipping address and I'll get this payment in the mail. ronald.savage@gsa.gov

    Thanks,

    Reloader
     
  9. srhaggerty

    srhaggerty Well-Known Member

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    The 150 Accubonds and 178 A-max's are sold pending funds.
     
  10. srhaggerty

    srhaggerty Well-Known Member

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    POP how about 30 bucks plus shipping.
     
  11. Reloader

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    srhaggerty, Thanks for the Bullets!

    Reloader