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I have a little bit of 5.56 .223 .40 and 9mm brass I don't reload and I don't plan in getting into it anytime soon. Anyone here buy it ad has it worth? It's all once fired email if interested. Located in Luzerne county
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College;102348 Wrote:I have a little bit of 5.56 .223 .40 and 9mm brass I don't reload and I don't plan in getting into it anytime soon. Anyone here buy it ad has it worth? It's all once fired email if interested. Located in Luzerne county

People do buy empty brass for reloading. We have a classified section that would give you more visibility that a post in the reloading forum and it would also be in compliance with the rules and format of Pa2a.
To find current prices you can search ads to get an idea but there aren't many ads here, the Pa2a classified section hasn't grown much yet due to the relatively small membership.
Ballpark prices from what I've been seeing during the panic, (prices are coming back to reality now).
5.56/.223 was selling for as much as 14¢ each.
9mm was up to about 10¢ each.
I don't know how much .40 was selling for.

I personally wouldn't pay that much for it.
I've recently sold 5.56 for less than 10¢ each and 9mm for 5¢ each.
Consider shipping cost and who will pay it, you or the buyer, and adjust your price accordingly.
USPS flat rate envelopes and boxes are pretty standard methods of shipping but depending on the amount and destination the Regional Priority boxes can be a real bargain. Up to 15# and about 4X as big as the small flat rate box for only a few cents more.
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Sorry fr not posting in classified section
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College;102361 Wrote:Sorry fr not posting in classified section

That's OK, I think we can forgive you, after all, you were asking questions about selling as well as offering for sale. We learn by asking questions.
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