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  1. Classifieds General
    I was cleaning up and found a few .30-.30 brass cases. Free if you want them. Come pick up . I'm in Hicksville. I also have some 40 S&W brass as well.
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  2. Classifieds General
    Cleaning out and found a few pieces of 40 S&W. Container says "62 cases". Free for the taking. I'm in Hicksville. I also have sme 30-30 brass
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  3. Open Firearm Discussions
    Colombian artist Federico Uribe uses recycled shells and brass to make sculptures as well as mosaics. His story is that he is taking items of war and pain and turning it into something beautiful. He does recognize the impact his art has and where it is shown. He is trying to draw attention to...
  4. NYC and NY State Crimes
    Maybe these Federal investigations aren't so great. BROOKLYN, NY - The New York Post is reporting Friday afternoon that NYPD top brass Michael Ameri, 44-year-old head of Highway Patrol, formerly in charge of Brooklyn's 78th Precinct, has committed suicide amid an extensive FBI probe...
  5. Suffolk County Ranges
    Has anyone used their disposal buckets as a source of brass for reloading? Do they get on you about it? Everytime I go there are thousands of brass cases in those buckets waiting for new purpose.
  6. Open Firearm Discussions
    The article is a two years old so it very well may have been posted before. http://www.luckygunner.com/labs/brass-vs-steel-cased-ammo/ There are two major types of centerfire rifle cartridges available on the market today: Those which are loaded with steel, and Those which are loaded with...
  7. Off Topic Lounge Chit-Chat
    During the last few nights I have been sizing and trimming cases, around 2-3 thousand. I use my Dillon 550 with the trim motor hooked up to a vacuum. It's really kind of funny what you can come up with when you are wearing a head set with the constant hum of a shop vac in the backround. I claim...
  8. Reloading
    Any body use a food dehydrator to dry their brass. What model is big enough to handle 50 BMG brass
  9. Reloading
    So i have once fired brass stored in about 5 different types of containers and different stages of processing. Currently I am processing all the brass that i get to the point where it is ready to prime, then load. I store it unprimed but cleaned, resized,deprimed, and trimmed. How do you guys...
  10. Reloading
    this is some expensive brass. does not really pay to buy once fired brass at .15 to .20 i bought some starling brass new for about .22 cents at least i know its in good shape and i have had good results with 44 mag starline. range ammo cost about .65 cents. i will have to buy a 40 barrel for...
  11. Reloading
    Just when I think I've seen it all, something more bazar occurs - Last Saturday while surfing the internet I discovered a great website, a mom and pop company in South Carolina (called "Carolina Brass") that sells AAC 300 BLK brass, cleaned and deprimed, so I decided to order 100 pieces. Well...
  12. Reloading
    So I shoot .300 blackout. Brass can be expensive and is a bit of a PITA to make yourself from 5.56 or .223 brass. Enter MI Brass. http://www.mibrass.com/ For about $100 which includes shipping both ways, you send them 1000 once fired 5.56/.223 and they'll send you 1000 of these. Nice shiny .300...
  13. Off Topic Lounge Chit-Chat
  14. Reloading
    Novice reloader here in need of assistance. I was decapping my .223 brass and got one stuck in the die. The case got pulled rout of the shell holder mangling the rim of the case. Is this common and how do I get it out? The question is this: do you tumble the brass first and then start...
  15. Open Firearm Discussions
    Woman Shoots Herself After Catching Hot Brass Down Shirt Posted by Bob Owens on April 22, 2015 at 5:27 pm You certainly don't need to get all tacti-cool when you go to the range, but is imperative that you dress for the occasion. This is especially true for women, who have a much wider range...
  16. Reloading
    Before I retired almost four years ago I thought I would buy reloading equipment and thus saved my brass, mostly .45acp and .38 special, but some 9mm and rifle calibers as well. Now after getting back into archery, and going five or six summer months each year with nary a trigger being pulled...
  17. DIY Projects and Builds
    http://thechive.com/...s-18-hq-photos/ cool stuff
  18. Reloading
    Do any of the ranges in nassau sell range brass. If not, does any one know where i could get once fired brass locally?
  19. Open Firearm Discussions
    If you got one lets see it!!!! May give other people some ideas.
  20. NY Microstamping Discussion (#1157A)
    http://www.shotgunne...e-pistol-brass/ Jeff Cooper said that casings are for sausages, cases are for ammunition, so it's always annoying to read a news account that talks about "shell casings" or worse, "bullet casings." But let's choke down our distaste and contemplate the state of Maryland's...
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