Reloading Sale

Discussion in 'Reloading Equipment and Components' started by d500lnn, Jun 14, 2014.

  1. d500lnn

    d500lnn Well-Known Member

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    .38 Reloading Die, Case Trimmer, Bullets, Virgin Brass, Lyman Caliper, RCBS 5-0-5

    I have some stuff for sale. Several or these items are out of stock at some retailers

    2 - 100 round boxes of 175 gr 7mm Hornady Round Nose bullets - $35.00/box

    2 - 100 round boxes of 175 gr 7mm Hornady Spire Point bullets - $30.00/box

    2 - 100 round boxes of 87 gr 6mm Hornady Spire Point bullets - $20.00/box

    100 Virgin Brass in .280 - $75

    38 special special (looks brand new) 3 die set - $50.00

    ***SOLD*** 35 Rem. (Appears to be unused) - $20.00 - ****SOLD SOLD****

    Forster Classic Case Trimmer - Excellent Condition in original box - $85

    RCBS 5.0.5 scale - In original box $50

    Lyman Stainless Caliber ***NEW NEVER USED**** Still in wax paper and plastic wrap $22

    I have pics of all this stuff. The bullets are from same lot numbers on each size and caliber.

    Text Me with offers or questions 404-456-3388
     
  2. d500lnn

    d500lnn Well-Known Member

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    I tried to post pictures, but it said some sort of error occurred. I've got pics of all of this stuff.
     

  3. howco

    howco Well-Known Member

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    What stamp is 280 brass?
     
  4. d500lnn

    d500lnn Well-Known Member

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    R P. Then obviously 280 REM
     
  5. howco

    howco Well-Known Member

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    Thanks, didnt know how to interpret the obviously. You obviously didnt know there are 5 280 rem brass manufacturers and it wasnt stated.
     
  6. d500lnn

    d500lnn Well-Known Member

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    No sir. Ive never owned a 280. This brass was in a reloading set up I purchased a couple weeks ago. Who makes these? Remington? The bag is just a clear labeled bag that is sealed on both sides.
     
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    d500lnn Well-Known Member

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    Howco, I re read your post and I'm not sure but I think you were being a prick. I didnt know there were 5 manufacturers of brass for this round. I was telling you the stamping and the fact OBVIOUSLY had .280 Rem stamped on them. I was not trying to be a smart ass at all. Obviously you know everything there is to know about brass and reloading and firearms in general. I then asked you a question which you didn't reply. I normally wouldn't respond to such trivial post, but I couldn't refuse.

    If you would like a deal on some virgin 280 brass of whatever manufacturer this is, let me know. I'll give to you for a deal. I'm sure they're probably not your brand preference.

    Regards,
    d500lnn
     
  8. howco

    howco Well-Known Member

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    I originally may have taken your first reply wrong. I get busy like everybody else and dont respond timely.....my fault I guess. I wouldnt waste my time/effort or replies on this site if I knew everything related to guns, reloading etc. Sooooo clean slate on my end, no worries. I will send pm if I decide to purchase brass. Thank you
     
  9. d500lnn

    d500lnn Well-Known Member

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    Howco, sounds like a plan. Water under the bridge. Sometimes it's hard to tell someone's intentions in these post. Your welcome to the brass. I doubt I will buy a 280 just because I have brass. Anyhow, thanks for the response ans the pm regarding another post.

    Take care,

    D500lnn