7.62 5.56 NATO Brass for Reloading

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    7.62 5.56 NATO Brass for Reloading

    Got too much brass at my house need to get rid of it as I'm running out of space to actually live in lol

    I have 5.56 NATO and 7.62 NATO. Most of it is LC brass. I have no time to count each one so I will be selling them per pound. I always add a extra handful to cover any brass that isnt the caliber you ordered, or if the brass is damaged.

    This is my basic pricing
    $7 per pound of 5.56
    $6.50 per pound if you buy more than 10lbs of 5.56
    $6.00 per pound if you buy 20lbs+ 5.56

    I'm always open to haggling depending on how much you buy, so feel free to throw me some reasonable offers. Though my prices are already reasonable.

    MINIMUM 3LBS ORDER DUE TO SHIPPING COSTS
    $9.75 per pound of 7.62
    $9 if you buy more than 10lbs of 7.62
    $8.25 per pound if you buy 20lbs+ 7.62

    Shipping will utilize USPS flat rate. All shipments will be Priority Mail. All shipments have tracking. Shipments above $200 has Signature Confirmation!
    3-6lbs = $5.35
    7-20lbs $12.35
    If you buy 100lbs shipping will only be $50
    Insurance is $1.95 per $100.

    Payment via discreet gift Paypal or USPS Post MO ONLY. Please dont send me non-post MO or Personal Checks.

    FAQ: How many 5.56 per pound. Average is about 76 cases

    To get in touch with me please send a PM, or email message. I will reply within a couple of hours :). Thanks!

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    In case it may help any potential buyers.

    1k of 5.56 brass is right about 13.6 LBs.
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    Price drop! Just got 24,000lbs of 5.56 and 7.62 in an liquidation

    100lbs 5.56 or 7.62 $600 Shipped or $6/lb for 5.56 or 7.62

    Buy 20lbs+ and shipping is free of charge :)

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    $6 per pound of 5.56, pm me I'm interested in 20lbs.


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    I'll take 3 lbs of 7.62


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