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I saved a small amount of brass for the past couple years with the intention of learning to re-load. Well, I haven't done it yet, and could use a little extra cash for another project. I don't want to ask an outrageous price, but want to get a fair price for it. What is a fair price to ask for, say 100 rounds of once fired brass? I have .270, .308, 7mm-08, and some .35 rem. As soon as I decide, it should be on the classifieds. Thanks.
 

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The price will vary, depending on the brand of brass, and how in demand it is.
 

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Mainly Remington in the calibers mentioned.
 

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Look up prices of new Remington brass and adjust the price down a bit...

Like was said odd ball calibers will sell for more and quicker...common stuff not so much...22-250 brass sells well and I never understood why...3006-308-223 and pistol calibers not so much..still worth something to someone though...especially if you have a decent amount to make it worthwhile...
 
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