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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-07-2018, 04:24 PM Thread Starter
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33 Winchester Shells and dies

I inherited a loading outfit that belonged to 2 older re loaders that passed away, one before the other. It fill the back of a pickup and there is a lot of stuff I'm probably never going to use. Among this is 2 boxes of 33 Winchester reloads in the original cases and boxes. Unfortunately the gun wasn't there There are also 2 sets of dies and 1 of them is an old Herters still in the original box. I would like to sell these, but I have no clue what they might be worth? If anyone knows or is interested please let me know.
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-08-2018, 07:15 AM
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The reloads are worth zero.Dangerous to even try to use those.The dies will depend on caliber and condition.

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The dies are for the 33. What I remember of them they look brand new.
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post #4 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-08-2018, 09:29 AM
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The reloads are worth zero.Dangerous to even try to use those.The dies will depend on caliber and condition.
Just asking, I'm not a reloader or antique collector:

Could the bullets be pulled? You would think that the original brass would be worth something if it's in good condition?
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I thought he meant quantity of reloads.Lol.The brass may hold value to the right person.You can buy new ammo from a few sources and dies new for $29 at midway.

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Thanks Guys. looking on the internet I think they are worth something. I just don't believe everything I find on the net
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1st off whether or not the reloads are worthless or not would depend a lot on the age? If the brass is marked .33 Win. they should be worth something? My brother-in-law has an 1886 win. in .33 and made brass out of .45-70 cases for it.
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Yes they are marked 33 Win.
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