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That is a little high https://www.wideners.com/itemdetail.cfm?item_id=100001046&dir=278|282|909|980 $136 for 500 primed , never fired .308 .. That's $27 per 100
For once fired https://www.wideners.com/itemdetail.cfm?item_id=100000363&dir=278|282|909|980 500 for $50 or $10 per 100

You do not indicate if yours is once fired or many times fired, and "cleaned" is an ambiguous term.. sized and decapped? just tumbled with the old primers in ? I am guessing without knowing what the brass looks like or how many times it has been used but I would say closer to $10 per 100 unless you sell it to VA Vet for $60 and I think VA Vet should try and talk you down at least to $45 ...

Hi-tech ammo has once fired late date cleaned LC brass for $15 per 100/$75

You need to let people know stuff like headstamp and how many times fired and how cleaned.
 

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I don't need any. I've seen it lower too. I also think $45 per 100 is the price you should ask, only because I see that guys that ask $60 or so seem to sit on it for a while in some cases. Agree with the comments about condition, # of times fired, etc. I wouldn't buy rifle cases that are more than "once fired".
 

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Good thread for novice brass buyers to study : Should encourage them to shop around

A good place to find 30 cal brass is CMP forums. 3006 or 308 brass often sold there for

the REAL market valued price.
 

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When I try to sell brass it is worth nothing.
When I buy brass it is more precious than gold.

I once tried to sell a large lot of LC 66 Match brass and almost could not give it away.
 
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