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Discussion in 'Caliber Talk: Ammunition, Reloading, and Shooting ' started by P J, Nov 20, 2018.
I have no clue to the value but 410 and 28 gauge are expensive to purchase compared to 12 & 20 gauge, so I would suspect that many people reload them. I would look into selling them. Maybe find a skeet forum and cruise the ads to see what people are trying to sell or buy to get an idea of value and need.
Thanks for the suggestion Joni, I'll take a look.
I might be able to use them if you come up with a price.
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Winchester AA 28 gauge hulls come in two varieties. The overall length of the hulls are slightly different and therefor have different loading characteristics. In my experience, the older style hulls are better for reloading than the newer hulls. You need to specify which hulls you have by looking at the stamps on the hulls you have if you're going to sell them on a skeet-related website. Tell me which hulls you have and I'll give you a price per 100.
OK. Your 28 ga. HS AA hulls should sell for $ 0.145 to $0.17 each if you have 500 or more for sale. The hulls should be once-fired and in clean condition. You can sell them on e-bay or on your state-affiliated NSSA organization's website. I hope that helps. Prices tend to be higher during the reloading season that runs from now until February, Good luck. Keep in mind that skeet shooters make up 98 % of the 28 ga. market
Great info, especially from a 1911 site. The guys over on the shotgun site I visit aren't nearly helpful and are often very very snarky.
Great members here.
I appreciate the info very much Oldgunner. Unfortunately it looks like they're headed for the trash bin...just not enough to make the effort worth the time.
About 10 years ago I almost started a fight at my club. I walked into the skeet shed and sat 2 boxes of once fired 28ga hulls on one of the tables. I told the guys what they were and I no longer needed them since I wasn't going to get into 28ga after all and they were free to whomever wanted them. I've never seen old men move so fast...
As an old skeet shooter and reloader I hate to hear that 28 ga. hulls are going into the trash. However, I've got about 1000 hulls that I can reload but may never get around to because I'm no longer shooting competitively. Sad, because the 28 ga. is a lot of fun to shoot for skeet and for dove and quail as well.
My Grulla 28 ga. side lock, side by side "Spanish best". 6 lb. 3 oz. of pure pleasure for upland small game shooting.
you still have the 28ga hulls
I’ve noticed that in SG sites too.
There must be a lot of closet A-hole shotgun shooters. When I’m at my club, the folks all treat each other nice. Online, it’s a different story.
I come to Addicts for advice on any firearms.
To the OP, AA once fired hulls in 12 ga, routinely go for $0.05/ Hull. New 28 ga shells are 2 to three times the cost of 12 ga hulls. . In addition, they are very hard to find.
Old gunner has steered you right