the last time i bought once fired military brass from wideners it was 26 bucks for a thousand rounds plus shipping. I think the price has doubled no matter where you get it. I would get it soon because it is getting a little harder to come by. 308 brass is harder and more expensive to get. i now pick up all 223 brass i find at the range. in 223 brass is brass. it is all good.
It's free for just bending over and picking it up at my local range. 9mm & .223 just seem to lay in piles, with no one bothering to pick it up. .30-06, .308, .30-Carbine, .38-Spl, .357-Mag, and .45-ACP are a different story, lots of scavengers waiting to grab these calibers.