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    New business - Ammo dealer ;) www.AccurateBrass.com

    Well ok not quite, but as some of you that have met me or friends on Facebook know I'm a big gun enthusiast, we have a few great private ranges close by that we train with some great shooters all over the US, and we overall just really enjoy it as a sport and to be better protected etc etc. With that we do our own bullet reloading because its MUCH cheaper than buying shelve box ammo. And we can customize the loads to whatever we choose. Im sure some of the folks on the forum do the same? (hoping)

    Anyways, to the point, I just recently started a small Brass business. www.AccurateBrass.com Site has really taken off and been way more crazy than ever expected. And I figured we might have a few shooters on the forum that know of someone or possible reload there own ammo and need some brass.


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    Cool deal man, I've been thinking about getting into small calibur target pistol shooting as a hobby. I might hit you up for some info or guidance if I finally get some time to do it.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by rader1 Click here to enlarge
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    Cool deal man, I've been thinking about getting into small calibur target pistol shooting as a hobby. I might hit you up for some info or guidance if I finally get some time to do it.
    Anytime!




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    Apparently now is a great time to sell ammo and it's in tough supply

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
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    Apparently now is a great time to sell ammo and it's in tough supply
    Yeah brass is in short supply.




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    Do you do brass prep?

    As in, clean/resize/swage/trim .223?
    Or trim .223 for 300aac reloading?
    what about pistol brass cleaning? 9mm/40/45?
    i will be needing some wsm brass located and trimmed for a new wildcat round I'm not set up for yet....
    also looking for pulled 50BMG bullets in almost any flavor.


    I'm a competitive shooter in IDPA, but hate doing brass prep. Hell, I hate reloading but its a necessary evil for comp guns and custom loads. I have buckets of 9mm I need to clean and reload, but my shop has been taking all of my time. It's killing me.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by E90SoFlo Click here to enlarge
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    Yeah brass is in short supply.
    Where do you get it from though?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
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    Where do you get it from though?
    Lots of places really.

    local ranges may sell it.
    individuals sell it.
    definately on gun broker.
    government auctions used to be amazing If you wanted to buy 2 tons of it and haul it away in a dump truck, but recent changes due to our wonderful president has made it where they have to destroy all brass before selling. Smh.
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    Doesn't it make more sense to go directly then to the source?

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    e90soflo good luck in your business anything in guns today is good business lol.
    IDPA is fantastic was all in for this till things got crazy stupid for obtaining ammo.
    I found making my own is the only way to go but I hate it !!! way to time consuming .
    found a local guy who will take all my product and make them to my specs but like anyone who makes there own ammo its tuff to trust it to anyone else.

    on a side note I haven't listened to this stuff in a few years but they have some fun pod cast for guns an ammo /IDPA/reviews ect.... cant remember the names of them except for"the gun dudes" because they were the goofy guys in the podcast world but worth looking into if your a gun nut like myself . oh and tons of legal and educational stuff too .

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    @Sticky, you mean buy brass where it comes from new? Ya..... That doesn't happen. I mean, think about it.

    remington, Winchester, Speer, CCI, blazer make hundreds of MILLIONS of rounds a year, if not billions.

    they won't even bat an eye at some small shop wanting to buy virgin brass to compete against themselves.

    once loaded brass is the only way to fly when it comes to reloading in bulk.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by alex@ABRhouston Click here to enlarge
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    Do you do brass prep?

    As in, clean/resize/swage/trim .223?
    Or trim .223 for 300aac reloading?
    what about pistol brass cleaning? 9mm/40/45?
    i will be needing some wsm brass located and trimmed for a new wildcat round I'm not set up for yet....
    also looking for pulled 50BMG bullets in almost any flavor.


    I'm a competitive shooter in IDPA, but hate doing brass prep. Hell, I hate reloading but its a necessary evil for comp guns and custom loads. I have buckets of 9mm I need to clean and reload, but my shop has been taking all of my time. It's killing me.
    Ok let me try to answer your questions one at a time.

    We clean ALL brass. We can do Polishing with Walnut and Corn Cobb if you would like, at an extra cost.

    We will not trim to your spec, because our Dillon trimming machine only trims to .001(ish) of an inch. Its just too much hassle and headache for the price that I would charge to do it. So you would have to do that on your own.

    Sadly no .50 All the shooters I know that have one, pick up every $50 round they fire Click here to enlarge

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    Where do you get it from though?
    All brass comes from a few private ranges that we are members of.

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    @Sticky , you mean buy brass where it comes from new? Ya..... That doesn't happen. I mean, think about it.
    remington, Winchester, Speer, CCI, blazer make hundreds of MILLIONS of rounds a year, if not billions.
    they won't even bat an eye at some small shop wanting to buy virgin brass to compete against themselves.
    once loaded brass is the only way to fly when it comes to reloading in bulk.
    You can buy BRAND NEW brass, its MUCH more expensive.

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    e90soflo good luck in your business anything in guns today is good business lol.
    IDPA is fantastic was all in for this till things got crazy stupid for obtaining ammo.
    I found making my own is the only way to go but I hate it !!! way to time consuming .
    found a local guy who will take all my product and make them to my specs but like anyone who makes there own ammo its tuff to trust it to anyone else.

    on a side note I haven't listened to this stuff in a few years but they have some fun pod cast for guns an ammo /IDPA/reviews ect.... cant remember the names of them except for"the gun dudes" because they were the goofy guys in the podcast world but worth looking into if your a gun nut like myself . oh and tons of legal and educational stuff too .
    IDPA is a great group, we have multiple matches sanctioned by them going on per week at our ranges.




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    I'd buy up 7.62 X 39 brass if you could get it, as well as 7.62 X 51. way too big of a hassle to plug/drill primers on steel jacketed stuff

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by rick@defiv Click here to enlarge
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    I'd buy up 7.62 X 39 brass if you could get it, as well as 7.62 X 51. way too big of a hassle to plug/drill primers on steel jacketed stuff
    We don't have much large caliber riffle brass. Most people pick up that stuff as it cost so much to buy it.




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    I've found 9's harder to buy.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by klipseracer Click here to enlarge
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    I've found 9's harder to buy.
    We have plenty of 9mm brass ready to be shipped out.




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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by E90SoFlo Click here to enlarge
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    We have plenty of 9mm brass ready to be shipped out.
    Good to know man. Is anyone else experiencing a 9 shortage or is that just in my area?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by klipseracer Click here to enlarge
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    Good to know man. Is anyone else experiencing a 9 shortage or is that just in my area?
    All brass is very low. Just a supply / Demand issue.




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