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Older 12 gauge shells

Discussion in 'Ammo & Reloading' started by jumpman250r, Oct 17, 2020.

  1. jumpman250r

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    Recently came across these 12 gauge shells.
    19 full boxes that were stored in a closet with the shotguns that I recently sold for a family friend.
    what’s this stuff worth?
     

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    Plastic hulls? Probably 7 or 8 bucks a box.
     
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    Brand new shells are about $25.00 per hundred at Walmart.
     
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    They are plastic hulls. Thanks for the info!
     
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    12ga still being that price is how I'm getting my shooting fix while suckers are paying $1/rd for 9mm or 223.
     
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    Shot shells have never been in short supply during any of the shortages.
    Prices haven’t gone up much either especially if you buy in case amount.
    Cheaper to buy shot shells vs reloading them for dove/quail loads.
    If one wants speciality loads like late season pheasant, crane, turkey, you can reload much cheaper.
     
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    Went to WM for the first time in a few weeks. Even the shotgun shell shelves were bare. Gonna get tight folks.
     
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