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    More Brass Required - Ranges, sell me your brass!

    Good afternoon CGN, I hope everyone's Victoria Day Weekend is going well.

    We are in the process of bringing on some new capabilities that will allow us to handle significantly more brass once again. I am at a point whereas I will be needing at least 10,000 pounds a month to fill my export needs. If you are a range operator or manager and you are looking to bring on a significant new stream of revenue, please let us know!

    We arrange pickups, pay fair value, and leave you with cash in hand.

    If you are a member of a range, feel free to forward my information to the executive.

    If you have a lead on a range that may suit my requirements, please let me know. If it works out for me, it may work out for you also.
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    Range managers, just as a little bit of an incentive to reach out to me. I am starting to provide the ranges that I purchase brass from with Ammo UP's on indefinite loan (as long as our business relationship continues). These bad boys really speed up the cleaning up of your ranges, and save a lot of bending over. I have a couple out in the world right now and the reviews seem to be very favorable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackSheepBrass View Post
    Range managers, just as a little bit of an incentive to reach out to me. I am starting to provide the ranges that I purchase brass from with Ammo UP's on indefinite loan (as long as our business relationship continues). These bad boys really speed up the cleaning up of your ranges, and save a lot of bending over. I have a couple out in the world right now and the reviews seem to be very favorable.

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    I'm assuming they don't have something that will work on gravel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackSheepBrass View Post
    Range managers, just as a little bit of an incentive to reach out to me. I am starting to provide the ranges that I purchase brass from with Ammo UP's on indefinite loan (as long as our business relationship continues). These bad boys really speed up the cleaning up of your ranges, and save a lot of bending over. I have a couple out in the world right now and the reviews seem to be very favorable.

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    He lost me as soon as he said it picks up bullets.

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    Too bad you aren't closer! This is what I had to clean up after the snow melted!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tenguns View Post
    He lost me as soon as he said it picks up bullets.
    His nomenclature may be incorrect, the product still works as intended though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tenguns View Post
    He lost me as soon as he said it picks up bullets.
    Oh look, an english professor

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gatehouse View Post
    Too bad you aren't closer! This is what I had to clean up after the snow melted!

    Some just see garbage, I am seeing fun... lots of it.
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    [QUOTE=BlackSheepBrass;15982472]His nomenclature may be incorrect, the product still works as intended though.[/QUOT
    Yes indeed. It looks like it works great! Too bad my range is gravel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gatehouse View Post
    Too bad you aren't closer! This is what I had to clean up after the snow melted!


    Jeepers!

    That’s a pile o brass
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