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    I don't reload, but had the idea the other day to save all my brass and see if anyone would be interested in buying it. I took it to the local gun shop and the guy said he had no way of cleaning it. I shoot outside and some of the brass was dirty. The 50 shells of spent .45 that did stay clean from that day he paid my dad $2 for. Any thoughts or comments?

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    I used to deprime and tumble my spent brass. My local gun shop used to give me 5 each on 45acp, and 3 each on everything else. I bagged them up in 100ct lots in ziploc sandwich bags. I got credit toward purchases. Recently, I've just been avoiding the hassle and selling the once fired cases outright as is.

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    Save up your brass until you have some quantity, say 500 cases. Register with Reloadersauction.com and sell them there. Generally, you could probably pull down about $60-$75 for them.

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