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Handloading or reloading is the process of loading firearm cartridges or shotgun shells by assembling the individual components (case/hull, primer, powder, and bullet/shot), rather than purchasing completely assembled, factory-loaded ammunition. The term handloading is the more general term, as it refers to assembly of ammunition using components from any source. Reloading refers more specifically to the assembly of ammunition re-using cases or shells from previously fired ammunition. The terms are often used interchangeably, as the techniques are largely the same whether using new or previously fired components. The differences lie in the preparation of the cases or shells; new components are generally ready to load, while previously fired components often need cleaning, removal of expended primers, and possibly other preparation to make them ready to load.

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    Converted 300BO from 223/556 - mixed headstamp - VERY SHINY - 50 Plus shipping - 55 gallon drum of i

    Brass has been fully processed as follows: Wet tumbled with stainless steel media Decap Swage primer pocket to remove crimp Full length size Trim to nominal 1.358” +/- .010 Expand neck with .30 cal mandrel Wet tumbled with stainless steel media Images Case dimensions are spot checked with...
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    Fully Processed - 223/556 - Mixed Headstamp

    Brass has been fully processed as follows: * Wet tumbled with stainless steel media * Decap * Swage primer pocket to remove crimp * Full length size * Trim to nominal 1.74” +/-.010 * Expand neck with .22 cal mandrel Wet tumbled with stainless steel media I have a 55 gallon drum so order in...
  3. philtbn

    458 Socom brass wanted

    I am looking for once fired (or good condition at least) 458 Socom brass. It costs 55 cents new in bulk, so I would like to stay at 25 to 30 cents per casing. Thank you! Phil Prescott Valley AZ. 928-237-0073
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