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I acquired a box of 50 unfired 218 BEE Brass. Anyone have any Idea what they are worth? They are in a really old Winchester box.
 

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Thanks
 

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Looks brand new, but the box it's in is prolly from the 50's.
 

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Didn't get it.
 

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Ok,I found on the internet that you can buy a box of 100 for $42.05 for new brass, if you are going to sell these then i would be interested in buying them, let me know what you are asking for them?
 

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True, even though finding a collector on here may be tough...Most collectors deal in full boxes of Ammo,not so much reloaders rass.
 

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Here's a pic.

 

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I was given a 218 bee about 30 years ago and sold it. What was they close to and there downfall since they didnt last. Im thinking like the Hornet?
 

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Hornet was around before the bee. Sort of falls between the hornet and 222. The 222 came out in the 50's which is deadly accurate. The bee was just one that never proved itself Imo. Personally I think it would make a ideal fox/coyote gun here in Pa.
 
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