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Quite often I hear, "I can't find xxxx brass". I usually counsel that brass has become difficult to find at times and needs to be "looked for" basically everywhere you shop. I was at a gun show today; first time since Cheyenne last August 2013. Usual stuff, but looking for 44mag brass for a friend of my Son's. Came up empty, BUT stumbled onto a stash of polished brass, 104 pieces, 35Rem, $15.00 - sprained my wrist getting my wallet out! IT IS OUT THERE! I now have over 300 pieces found since delivering my stash to another member a few weeks ago.
And found 4 sets of 35Rem dies....but passed until the next show.

Jeff
 

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I found 75 pieces at a show in Pa. last month. It wasn't cheap though.
 

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I found this at one of the LGS about a month ago now.
 
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Good deal Jeff,,
And you know how to make em last.
I ruin at least one every time I go to reload.
One day though, I'll have somebody with me to cure me of that.
Till then Its me books and a cell phone:biggrin:
 

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I picked up 300 on CastBoolits last week. My 35 Rem is hidden away somewhere. I don't think it has seen the light of day in a year! Darn hyphenated calibers!
 
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Jeff,

That's a great deal ! Hope your wrist heals soon ! :biggrin:

I'm always looking for a good deal on 35 Rem Brass . . . and 25-20 . . . and 45-70 . . . . and several others LOL .

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