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    price recommendation needed

    hi, i have lots of ww2 dated, once fired 303b brass as well as stripper clips. what would be a fair price to sell them for individually. thanks

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    You sort of have to tell these guys exactly where you are, some can't find out. It's specific to where you are. In Alberta, you can sell on CanadianGunNutz and at the local gun shows. On CGN right now they're .45/.50 ea for new once fired. The strippers go for about $2/$5 depending on which gunshow and location. There are several variations of clips too...
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    Gunparts wants $2.60 each for 'new' charger clips. $16.75 for 10 with a pouch and an oiler.
    Kind of doubt there is much collector interest in empty .303 cases. Even war time vintage. You'd have to find somebody who wants it. A lot will depend on who made it, it's condition and how it's primed.
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    I don't know about your side of the pond, but over here wartime inert ammo often appeals to re-enactors. They like to stuff their ammo pouches with the correct stuff, although they prefer rounds rather than empty cases. I used to spend quite a bit of time seating 303 bullets into fired cases to sell on at shows. IIRC they paid a couple of pounds a round.


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