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Looks like Christmas came early for The Gerk.
Received these in the mail yesterday, 100 cases of “new” unfired 9x23 Winchester brass

These were the courtesy of Brother Nick, a better man you will not find.

Thanx Nick :)


(Already primed no less!) Woo! Hoo!....Now that's class!
 

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I'm glad I could return Gerk's favor. He sent me a large paddle ejector
for SuperBlackhawk a few months ago, so I had a chance to make him happy
this week.

One of my regular component suppliers at our gun shows decided not to
set up a table at the December show next month, he'll have family in town for
Christmas and he pretty well sold out of powder/primer/bullets.
So he put together a big box of miscellaneous leftover stuff and let me have it.
In the box was a sack of virgin factory primed 9x23 Winchester.
I don't load 9x23 (I stay happy with 38 Super) so I sent it to Gerk.
Now we're both stylin' !
 

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Very nice.

Do you have any 10mm brass in that box? My current recovery rate on brass is only running about fifty percent for my tens. And then I can only reload the ones that I do recover just a couple of times, can not imagine why. :eek:
 

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Do you have any 10mm brass in that box? My current recovery rate on brass is only running about fifty percent for my tens. And then I can only reload the ones that I do recover just a couple of times, can not imagine why. :eek:
PM Gerk your address

Gerk has some factory primed Winchester 10MM brass he can send you

(Pssst, for better brass recovery with auto loader build or obtain brass catcher)


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Yeah ,Nick is a quality dude, always happy to share good reloading advice and apparently brass too!
 

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It's not just me, our good buddies like Shocktroop
sends me cast bullets and other goodies, and
Don2 is always giving me heads up on good stuff,
and all those other guys doing the same.
And look at Monroe's thread with all those manuals.
What goes around comes around. We all benefit.
 

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To the average "man on the street", a bag full of empty cases is an insult.
Kinda like a bag of switches.
But to the savvy handloader, it's a bag of gold. Especially if it's a bag of hard to come by brass...!!!!

( I'm just picturing Nick in a Red Suit holding a big bag of brass across his shoulder ) :rofl:


Don2

Ps...I just had to put my 2¢ in.
 
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