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Old 01-01-2013, 4:58 AM
Wrangler John Wrangler John is offline
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Having been a range officer at a public range I called them brass snarfs. Snarf = to grab something in greed, esp. without permission.

Our range collected the brass and did indeed recycle it along with the bullet lead. A 55 gallon drum packed full of brass weighed 550 +/- lbs, so at $1.75 per lb, they ran $962.50 per drum. We sold four drums of brass at a time = $3,850. Which is why the brass drums were kept locked in a shed. We also allowed a local commercial reloader to pick .45 ACP brass which he would return to us as reloads at a wholesale discount that we could sell at retail. Every possible revenue stream offset budget expenses.

I really dislike snarfs and scroungers.

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