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Smitty500Mag
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Posted: 05 January 2017 at 2:29pm | IP Logged Quote Smitty500Mag

Any of you guys ever heard of or bought any brass on
line from oncefiredbrass.com?

Their website says the name of the company is M&H
Enterprises located in Sidney, New York.

Looks like the prices are OK but I've never heard of
them before.

http://www.oncefiredbrass.com/


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I once bought brass from them sometime ago for 223. No problems
that I encountered but I just feel better buying a brand new lot where
I'm not mixing headstamps.

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Posted: 05 January 2017 at 5:50pm | IP Logged Quote Buffalogun

Smitty,

I've bought brass from BrassBombers.com and bought all Lake City brass. Very pleased!

http://www.brassbombers.com/


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Many folks are gathering range brass for sale. In that line of thinking, you take your chances. I've been fortunate in buying brass from three other companies and never an issue other than in a one thousand count lot of .38Spl cases there were two loaded .38Spl full wadcutters mixed in. No big deal to me as I sort quickly but carefully. I'd say give em a shot. What ya got to loose?

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Posted: 06 January 2017 at 4:14pm | IP Logged Quote Smitty500Mag

I'm giving them a try. I ordered 200 .30-06 casings. They
listed them as all Federal Cases. I'll be surprised if
they're not mixed but it really don't matter if they are
'cause I'm just shooting holes in paper with them anyway.

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I bought from them a few times there brass is good and a good buy . I just bought from brassbomber and they are good also

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The 200 .30-06 cases I ordered from oncefiredbrass.com
arrived in the mail this morning. That was fast
shipping. I ordered them the evening of the 6th of Jan.
and this is the 11th. They all have the same head stamp
and they have been tumbled clean just like they
advertised. They were packaged really well also. The
price was $15 per hundred and they have a flat rate
shipping of $13.50, so whether you order a hundred or a
thousand cases it's the same price. The more you order
the cheaper the price. That's a good company that I'll
be ordering from in the future.

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Posted: 11 January 2017 at 10:58am | IP Logged Quote Old Ranger

Thank you for the report on your purchase from that company. Matching headstamp at that price is impressive.
Sounds like you're gonna be busy loading some '06 rounds huh?

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Posted: 11 January 2017 at 12:39pm | IP Logged Quote Smitty500Mag

Old Ranger wrote:

Sounds like you're gonna be busy loading some '06 rounds
huh?


Yep I'm going to do some 06's.

I used to reload so I could shoot more. These days I shoot
more so I can reload more. I enjoy making the ammo as much
or more as I do shooting it. I guess some people may think
that's a bit strange and according to people that know me
I am a bit strange but what the heck.
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If you don't like reloading you need to do other hobbies
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Yup. I have "established loads" that perform well. But I still get a kick outta working up loads that are often outside the box. Always fun.

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Posted: 12 January 2017 at 6:46pm | IP Logged Quote Smitty500Mag

RECURVE wrote:
If you don't like reloading you need to
do other hobbies


You need to learn how to read.

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I was trying tosay I agree with you sorry

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RECURVE wrote:
I was trying tosay I agree with you
sorry


That's the problem with the Internet. It's easy to
misunderstand what someone means when they're typing the
words instead of being able to hear them in person. Sorry
for the misunderstanding.
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Posted: 14 January 2017 at 6:00pm | IP Logged Quote RECURVE

I'm an old guy not to good at this or Facebook crap but
enjoy all you guys info. No problem
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