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  • Tommy4

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    I shoot a fair amount of .22LR and .17HMR, especially now with the scarcity of other calibers. I always collect my casings when I'm done shooting, I believe in being a responsible steward of the land. I keep my centerfire casings to be reloaded, but I know rimfire can't be reloaded. Any suggestions as to what to do with the brass? Just regular recycle? Trash? I don't like the idea of throwing brass in a landfill.
     

    340six

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    Guys buy them if all head stamps on them are the same due to wanting them same weights at castboolits to make 5.56 bullers. Or you could just recycle.
    I got next to nothing from the scrapper per pound as they said was dirty copper even though they were shiny
     
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