View Full Version : .223/5.56 Brass Processing

06-04-2011, 8:03 AM
I am considering stepping up from a Dillon 650, possum hollow trimmer and a RCBS Primer pocket swager to a Dillon S1050 and RT1200 to process .223/5.56 brass. I am wondering if there would be enough interest a brass processing service in Southern California.

I'm looking at charging 3-1/2 cents per round plus return shipping. Cases would be cleaned in walnut media, Sized, trimmed, primer pocket swaged, and de-burred.Then polished and de-luded in corncob media. Please let me know if this is something that you would be interested in using here in Southern California.

06-05-2011, 2:15 PM

06-05-2011, 3:23 PM
Would you return the the same brass that I submit or just an equal quantity of processed brass?

Can I specify the shoulder headspace measurement?

Do I have to sort out all the berdan-primed cases before sending?

06-05-2011, 8:23 PM
Yes, you would absolutely receive the same brass that you submit.

As for shoulder headspace, I can do my best to accommodate you so long as you're sending in at least two thousand and it falls within the capabilities of my dies. I use a Hornady lock-n-load headspace gauge to measure headspace on my fired and resized cases.

Berdan-primed cases would defiantly need to be sorted out prior to sending them to me.

Thank you for your feedback.

06-05-2011, 8:31 PM
Interested in the service but already have a guy in Arcadia doing an excellent job for me. BUT in case he ever gets tired of doing it, I'll definitely be in touch.

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