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    Yes I understand I went from picking up all I could find when I started reloading to only the cream of the crop so to speak to eh I will leave it for the next man..
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    I bought my friend an mp3 player and ear buds for easter with the profit from brass i sold recently.
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    I rarely even stoop/bend over for 9 mm anymore unless it is nickle I must have 2 5 gallon buckets of it in storage cleaned decapped and waiting for "D DAY" small town USA
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    I like the nickel ones too. Im well stocked again on 9mm brass. But my old brass is starting to split. So been working on a scrap bucket. It's starting to get a little harder to find since walmart stopped selling it. And there is a guy with a ATV who goes out to the shooting spots as soon as hears them stop shooting. He came up on me one time. I changed to air guns after i was done. I guess he didn't expect anyone to be out yet. He told me his game on getting brass. And the groundskeeper at the gun club collects the brass for scrap.
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