Best places to buy once fired 223/556 brass

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by vmax, Feb 13, 2017.

  1. Dawico

    Dawico TGT Addict

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    Totally agree. I processed 3k pieces over the course of a month or more. If I ever need more and have to buy I will definitely search out processed brass.
     


  2. vmax

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    True..
     
  3. vmax

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    The extra was just for the shipping
    The brass I bought was alot less expensive too
    I spent about half overall

    Anyway it was my decision I may regret it but I swage with a reamer in a drill press and I can do it pretty fast
     
  4. Dawico

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    You just ordered 500 pieces?
     
  5. vmax

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    Yes
     
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    I have a couple buckets filled that I have sorted and cleaned and probably won't get to loading for a long time so they are just taking up space in the garage. If your intrested, email me at tanktest@gmail.com and I'll make you a offer.
     
  8. Txmark

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    I don't know how close you are to Killeen, but there is a guy named Trampus Harmon that sells fully processed brass at a reasonable price. I believe it's called Trampus brass, search it on Facebook.


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  9. jrbfishn

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    Trampus is closing down and is out of .223 brass.

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  10. deemus

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    There is a company at most of the gun shows that have processed military 556 brass. They resize it, ream the primer pockets (the biggest PIA), and polish it up. Very reasonable prices. I think I paid $60 or $75 for 500, no tax.

    And they were literally ready to load. I primed about 200 the night after I bought them.
     

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