I shoot a lot here at home in my spare time. I pick up my brass when done and put it in a bucket. No time or interest in reloading at this time. What do you guys suggest doing with all this brass once it starts to pile up?
Okay, I'll be serious now. Save it, sort it by caliber, and then either sell it, trade it, or give it away. When you get a good amount post it here in the For Sale or Trade section. Someone will definitely want it.
thanks for the replies. I would rather this stuff go back into the shooting community, so I have refused to throw it away. I will sort it in coffee cans and give you guys a shout when the cans get full. I have half a can of 9mm now from trying to get used to shooting a Glock after shooting 1911s for so long. I still shoot my .45s regularly so I will accrue quite a bit of that as well.
BTW..I apologize if I should've start a new post with this question, but does anyone know of a shop in the Jackson area that regularly stocks 10mm besides the expensive Win Silvertips and magsafe stuff?
ShoeShooter is dead on, you can sell or trade it but if you read the fine print when signing it, any and all firearms or firearm related items have to be posted here first.
JK, Welcome to the forum, best on the net.
You will not have any problems getting rid of brass around here. There are a lot or reloaders on MSGO who will give you are fair price for just about any caliber brass. MSGO is a great community to be a part of. Welcome aboard.
By the way, I shamelessly mooch for .308 Win brass so keep me in mind.
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