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    Advice on value of reloading collection.

    Wondering if anyone could provide advice on the value of this reloading stuff as a job lot. Would be much appreciated if anyone could shed some light on it.

    Wilson Chamber type bullet Seater (22 Hornet)
    Wilson Chamber type bullet Seater (6 mm B-R)
    Hornady Durachrome dies 30 M1 3-die set
    Redding Reloading Dies. FL die set 45-100 (Sharps)
    Lee reloading dies 40-65 Winchester
    6mm B.R. Remington Type S Bushing Style Full Sizing die
    6mm B.R. Remington Type S Bushing Style Neck sizing Die
    Redding Delux die set 22 Hornet
    Redding Delux die set 6.5 x 57 Mauser
    Redding reloading dies 7.65 X Belgian
    Lee reloading dies 44 Special
    Lyman Neck Expander 7.62
    Forster next Sizer .308
    RCBS .30-06 die set
    Jones & LE Wilson 308 / 7.62 Seater
    .38 Special Lee die set
    Lee .45 ACP die set
    Lee .45-70 Die set

    .38 Smith&Wesson Die set
    .455 die set
    Lee 9mm die set.
    Redding 30-06 Neck sizer die.
    Last edited by flash222004; 27-08-2013 at 19:13.

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    Trouble is some are quite rare calibres...
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    Another 7mm08 shooter!

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    The 30-06 and 308 ought to go quick and maybe the Hornet. Tried one of the local rifle clubs like Strathpeffer?

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    id approx 200 -250
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    I'll give you 20 for the Wilson Hornet bullet seater. 25 to cover p&p.

    Cheers

    K

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    As others have said there are some oddballs there, but a lot of quality gear. Personally I think your best chance would be to sell separately or risk selling at a lower price for a job lot.

    Good luck

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    With that range of calibres anyone who buys it all as a job lot is only going to resell them individually, so I'd suggest selling them separately yourself. You may not get shot of all of it but you'd still get more money and then sell off or give away the remainder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M275 View Post
    With that range of calibres anyone who buys it all as a job lot is only going to resell them individually, so I'd suggest selling them separately yourself. You may not get shot of all of it but you'd still get more money and then sell off or give away the remainder.
    Exactly, you've more chance of winning the lottery than finding someone with use for that lot. Some of those will be difficult to shift on their own.

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