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Guy I used to work with, gave me his once-fired .45 Long Colt Brass, still in the original boxes. He didn't reload.

I ran it all through by double tumbling procedure, so it's all nice and clean, and put it in a coffee can. Since I don't own a .45 Long Colt yet, I doubt that I ever will.

I have 368 cases here. Asking $100 plus shipping.

I know it won't fit in a small flat rate box, but I can probably find a box to ship priority mail, that won't be too painful. Probably need a zip code to quote exact shipping cost.
 

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Guy I used to work with, gave me his once-fired .45 Long Colt Brass, still in the original boxes. He didn't reload.

I ran it all through by double tumbling procedure, so it's all nice and clean, and put it in a coffee can. Since I don't own a .45 Long Colt yet, I doubt that I ever will.

I have 368 cases here. Asking $100 plus shipping.

I know it won't fit in a small flat rate box, but I can probably find a box to ship priority mail, that won't be too painful. Probably need a zip code to quote exact shipping cost.
This is a very reasonable price for once-fired .45 LC brass.
 
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