I am looking at selling quite a bit of the supply of .223 brass i have, and i want to be fair about it. What i have is mixed headstamp (mostly LC) Once fired 5.56 / .223 brass that has been completely unprocessed. I am MORE than happy to do most, if not all of the prep work needed to get these into a ready-to-load state for whomever buys them (and i have about 5k in this state right now), but it would drive the cost up as the more time i put into it, the more i expect in return. I just don't know if anyone would want to pay that extra in leu of just getting a deal on raw range brass and doing all the crap work themselves. I have seen some pretty ridiculous prices on the internet, and in all sorts of various states (Raw, cleaned, semi-processed, RTL) ranging from $400 / 1000 to $100 / 1000 (that would be midway's currently out of stock & no backorder price). I'm apprehensive about selling brass at a gun-show since i really don't know what the market will yield (i'm no business man). Of the places that aren't out of stock/backorder, there are some who are asking $300 / 1000 for uncleaned, unprocessed (Raw) mixed HS brass, $50-$60 more if you want it cleaned (they offer nothing past that). I can't imagine this is the current asking price for range pick-ups... but it's been so long that i really don't know! What would be a reasonable, fair, and non-DB Gouger price point be for what i offer? should i bother with the processing?