OH....and not to confuss......Not all crimped primers are Berdan. NATO rounds produced in the US are boxer primed and then crimped. So all you need to do is remove the crimp as usual and ream the pocket with a swagger tool. I know RCBS makes one.
TACTICAL BRASS IS READY TO LOAD! More expensive these days, but the hard part is already complete
No proprietary chemicals are used that would weaken the finished product
It is first cleaned and inspected to remove damaged pieces, odd caliber rounds and non Winchester brass.
Processed using a Dillon super 1050 to remove primer, and swage primer pocket
Full length sized
Trimmed to correct length
A Dillon Headspace/Case Gage is used as the standard for sizing and trimming.
Polished using a tumbler with corncob media
Final product is packaged using a counting scale with a few extra included just to be sure.
1000 Count, .223 Winchester (WCC) Brass, Fully Processed, with Bullet and Primer options
1000 Count, Once Fired, Winchester (WCC) Military Brass That has been Cleaned, Inspected, Sorted, Decapped, and Resized. Repriming and Bullet options available.
1000 Count, .223 Lake City Brass, Fully Processed, with Bullet and Primer options
1000 Count, Once Fired, Lake City Military Brass That has been Cleaned, Inspected, Sorted, Decapped, and Resized. Repriming and bullet options available.
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