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    Is there a place to trade in your empty brass for reloaded brass at a reduced rate? Where can I do this?

    Does anyone straight up buy empty casings?

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    What caliber do you got? A trip to VA might be in order...

    I think some ammo manufacturers might pay for casings. When I was taking a trap & skeet class last year, my instructor sent the empties back to Winchester and I believe they either sent ammo or a rebate back.

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    Actually, this is a good point. I wouldn't mind selling off my brass, or trading it in.
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    These guys do it for Law Enforcement. If you had enough, they might do it for you.
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    ama-gi wrote:
    Is there a place to trade in your empty brass for reloaded brass at a reduced rate? Where can I do this?

    Does anyone straight up buy empty casings?
    I've purchased brass on gunbroker.com before, so there are folks out there who will buy it. I don't personally know of anyone who gives a discount on reloaded ammo for returned brass, though - but that doesn't mean that no such opportunity exists.

    If you have any .44 magnum, 10mm, or 454 Casull, PM me - I'll buy it from you and pay shipping. I have enough 9mm, .40 and .45, and .357 magnum for the moment, though.

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    You can always take it to the recycling center, they will buy it from you... prices aren't great though. Would take a while before you get a "free" box of ammo.

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    Save your brass and buy a used single station press, the money you spend on reloading will pay for itself shortly, depending on how much you shoot. I buy all my componants in bulk for savings, but I also load and shoot close to 1K a week. What kind of brass do you have, I reload for several buddies even if it is a caliber I do not own, I might be interested.

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    Stape wrote:
    Save your brass and buy a used single station press, the money you spend on reloading will pay for itself shortly, depending on how much you shoot. I buy all my componants in bulk for savings, but I also load and shoot close to 1K a week. What kind of brass do you have, I reload for several buddies even if it is a caliber I do not own, I might be interested.
    Yeah, I saved up all of my brass from shooting even when I had no intention of reloading. Now that I'm starting to reload, I have a gigantic supply of brass.

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