223 Once Fired Brass Package 2,500
100 pk Cleaned 223/5.56x45 Once Fired brass cases, Package of 2,500. Free Shipping and No Taxes. Note: Each package includes an additional 2% brass over the stated quantity.
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223 Once Fired Brass Casings For Sale, 2,500 each
One large USPS Flat Rate box filled with 223/556 brass. 2,500 casings total. This is 5 packages of 500+ each.
223 Remington Once Fired Brass casings in packages of 2500, cleaned and polished. Once Fired Brass (OFB) is local range brass that we receive on a weekly basis. The website inventories are updated regularly but may not totally reflect our stock due to the delay between receiving the brass and processing it.
The once fired brass is mixed commercial 223 Remington and 5.56x54 NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) brass sourced from local ranges. The 5.56 NATO military specification (mil-spec), is a thicker brass case wall and a longer throat length. By using a thicker case, higher pressures can be used for this cartridge. Due to these differences, although the 223 and 5.56 will fit in either gun, you should never shoot a 5.56 round in a 223 rifle as the pressures are higher than the gun was built for.
Some reloaders suggest weighing cases and that the 5.56 is heavier, and in many cases they are, however, some manufacturers use denser and more brass in the headstamp or webbing areas, so this is not a reliable method of identifying cases. Ensure you always use the correct load for the casings according to your data manual and do not interchange the loads as that could not only damage your rifle but also cause serious injury or even death.
Crimped primers can be found in both commercial 223 Remington brass and 5.56 brass although it is usually found in the 5.56 rounds. These can be identified by looking at the primer area and 3 crimp marks on the outside of the pockets. Some brass also has a red or green varnish on the primer, this is usually added by the manufacture to ‘seal’ the primer and avoid water contamination. Normally this is seen in military or law enforcement ammunition and is not seen in civilian ammunition very often.
Should the primer pockets be crimped, care must be given to removing those primers as they take extra pressure by your press to remove the primer. If not done properly the a normal decapping pin will snap, and heavy-duty decapping pins are suggested. Once the primer has been removed, then the pocket must be swaged to remove the crimped area from the primer pocket to allow a new primer to be seated. If this is not done, then new primers will not seat correctly and if too much pressure is exerted, the primer may explode. Swaging is an easy process and many manufacturers sell tools for this ranging in price from a few dollars, up into the hundreds of dollars.
We are not liable for damage to your equipment under any circumstances.
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|Caliber: 223 Caliber
Condition: Once Fired
MFG: Once Fired 223
SHIPPING: Free Shipping does not include HazMat fees or shipping for HAZMAT items (Powder/Primers, etc.). HazMat can NOT be returned. Due to government regulations (ITAR), products will only be shipped to U.S. addresses. Overseas addresses will not be accepted.
WARNING: Improperly reloaded ammunition can cause serious personal injury. Reloading should only be done by competent adults after proper instructions. Always wear safety glasses when reloading and consult current powder data guides. Since reloading operations are beyond our control, we disclaim all liability for any and all damages which may result.
Discharging firearms in poorly ventilated areas, cleaning firearms, or handling ammunition may result in exposure to lead and other substances known to cause birth defects, reproductive harm, and other serious physical injury. Have adequate ventilation at all times. Wash hands thoroughly after exposure. DO NOT reuse any containers.
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