If you are looking to make some extra money on your scrap metal, be sure to collect Brass Shells from local gun ranges and also if you are a hunter and make some extra money with the Brass Shells Scrap Prices. If you have excess scrap brass shells lying around your home, be sure to use the iScrap App to locate a scrap yard in the area and contact them for the latest prices for brass scrap. Many scrap yards will have scrap laws regarding brass shells depending on the state you are in, so make sure to check your local scrap laws before going to sell.
Have A Lot Of Fired Scrap Brass Shells?
If you have a larger quantity of scrap brass shell or other scrap metal, you can request a scrap metal container or pick up service, at your job site or construction job. Through the iScrap App find a scrap yard and contact them for their latest scrap price of brass shells. Fired brass shells are normally found in larger quantities at firing ranges, military bases, and other military type of locations.
Can I Mix Brass Shells With Other Brass?
Be sure to keep you brass shells separate from your other brass scrap and other materials to be sure to make the most money on your scrap metal. You never want to mix the shells because some yards and states have laws regarding scrap shells and you don’t want to risk all of your hard work. See more Scrapping Videos here.
Yards around San Diego, CA that accept Brass Shells