Good deal or not good deal?

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Good deal or not good deal?


Post by Beiruty » Wed Jun 05, 2019 6:08 pm

I do not need any of those at the moment. However, the amount of consumables offered is too much to ignore
Asking Price by the seller (not me) is $900.

Complete reloading operation I am getting out of competitive shooting and no need for this equipment.
Dillon 550 with stand and bench
20lbs AutoComp powder
15lbs of misc powder
10,000 9mm brass
2000 40 and 45 brass
3000 9mm bullets (115,124,147) projectiles only
1000 .40 bullets
9mm .40 ,.38 dies
1000 primers
Two reloading books
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Post by AndyC » Mon Jun 10, 2019 12:07 pm

I'm going to call that a very good deal. Keep what you want, sell off the rest.
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