New 338 RUM Brass

Discussion in 'Reloading Equipment and Components' started by dayocu01, Feb 23, 2013.

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  1. dayocu01

    dayocu01 Member

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    I've got 2 50 count bags of Remington 338 ultra mag brass would like to get $85 a piece on them haven't seen them in stock very often so i bought a couple extra bags won't use them right now but i will eventually unless someone else wants them.
     
  2. dayocu01

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    Lets try 150 plus shipping shouldn't be over $10
     

  3. Tikkamike

    Tikkamike Well-Known Member

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    you will probably have better luck at a reasonable selling price
     
  4. etisll40

    etisll40 Well-Known Member

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    Can these cases be resized to my 300 ultra mag fairly easy?
     
  5. IdahoCTD

    IdahoCTD Well-Known Member

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    Nope
     
  6. etisll40

    etisll40 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks, I thought that, i read somewhere the 300 ultra case is the longest or something.
     
  7. IdahoCTD

    IdahoCTD Well-Known Member

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    The 7RUM, .300RUM, and .375RUM are all the same length and basically the same case. The .338RUM was the bastard child and is shorter. I would assume this was done because of the length of the .338 bullets compared to the others.
     
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    I second that. A guy can get them on Midway for $105 for 100 of them
     
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    At about $60 a bag from bass pro which is where i found them and the shortage on everything right now i figured this was a reasonable price if someone couldn't find any. At around a $1.20 a piece regular price this is not a large markup to $1.50 each. If your interested Tikkamike PM me. Thanks
     
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    Wow, I sold 4 bags of this to a fellow long range member for $35 each back in November. I always thought this was a great place for good deals, I'm not so sure others believe the same. If I have a good deal for a reasonable price there are many members who respond, as I have done the same. Tikkamike has a very good suggestion and is an upstanding member and a class act.
     
  11. dayocu01

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    Wow is right $35 a bag is a great deal wish i had seen that listing. As far as Tikkamike goes i never said anything about him not being a class act or respected member. I also am not lying about what i paid for it if that's what you are implying I will gladly send anyone interested a copy of my receipt from bass pro that shows i paid $55 a bag plus tax last Saturday this isn't something i bought cheap and am now trying to make a fortune on i simply thought that if someone needed some i would offer it up of they didn't i would use it myself later on. what i didn't expect was the bashing i got for doing that that's something I've never seen and i know im not the only person to have over priced something.
     
  12. Korhil78

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    I am sure that you did buy them for that much but I also believe that you bought them to try to make money off of them since you saw the shortage. On this website, we usally sell things that we have had and no longer need and so we try to give someone a product that they want for a good price and get some of our money back that we had initially spent.

    I am not saying that you cant post it on here because it is your right to do so but it would probably be better recieved on gunbroker where you would probably get the price that you are asking.
     
  13. etisll40

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    There are other place to do business, gunbroker etc. But on here, it's more a brotherhood. No one likes to lose money, I think you are stuck with them and feel you overpaid. Think about what the next guy feels like if you sell them at that price, that's all.
     
  14. dayocu01

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    Thanks for the thrashing guys i understand alot of people are upset at what's going on in the gun business right now that being said im glad im in no need to sell these since its obvious im not going to on here and i have no need to sell them on gunbroker either i don't consider myself "stuck" with them since i will eventually use them even if that's a couple years from now. As far as a brotherhood im glad that since i don't have a high post count even though I've been a member for quite some time now that i got the same treatment as others that have "padded" their counts if i haven't been interested in buying something on here I've kept my mouth shut about everyone else's business i am glad that for the most part everyone one here has done the same those are the members on here i can truly respect cause arguing and ranting about each other on here solves nothing.
     
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