We have a number of once fired brass casings that are not listed on the website due to being in small quantities, if you are looking for something in particular, give us a call. We are also always looking for more brass, so stop by and drop off a bucket of your good once fired brass for cash.
We get a few people coming through that want to sell their used equipment or ammo. If you have an interest in buying anything, like presses, dies, etc, let us know and we'll drop you a note when someone wants to sell.
Just a few days ago (May 10th, 2018), Bill from Etsy’s Marketplace Integrity team, notified us that our bullet (projectile tips) listings were removed due to them being classified as 'Prohibited Items'.
Over the last few months, we've received a number of calls, emails and returns based upon a number of factors. As a certified reloading instructor, it appears that this item should be given a light review to ensure new reloaders are aware of the difference.
Using powder coating on lead projectiles is fairly new (it has actually been around a lot longer than people realize but it has really begun to catch on recently. A lot of people who grew up and learned without it seem opposed to it; which is how I felt…at first. After I saw how much trouble it can save you, the additional velocities it allows you to get with lead and how much cleaner my barrel was, I became very, very curious.
QuickLOAD (sold by Neconos.com and around $152 at the time of this article) is amazing software of epic proportions that can be of great use to people who like to reload their own ammunition (but not limited to that…by far).
Did you know that the change from percussion muskets and other muzzle loaders to the breechloading rifles of today is thought to have been dramatically moved forward due to a somewhat rare (and now “obscure caliber”) rifle called the “Snider Rifle”?
Brass Tips & Tricks - Modifying 30-06 Brass for 8x57 (8mm/7.92x57mm) Mauser. Do you have an 8mm Mauser rifle and you either can’t find brass at your favorite store or don’t want to pay for expensive newly made ammunition nor want to use the old surplus that might be way “hotter” than your rifle can handle (IE: Turkish Surplus)?
Sometimes when you're done shooting and it wasn't a huge range day or you've got a couple small batches of brass, you'd like to get it cleaned quickly, easily and it's absolutely a bonus if the method is inexpensive. That's what we're covering here...a way to clean up some brass in a simple and easy way that doesn't cost a lot to get setup and has some ancillary benefits as well.
December 15th is 2nd Amendment Day. The purpose of this day is to raise awareness and support for our fundamental right to keep and bear arms, which is codified in the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution, and was ratified on December 15, 1791.
Thanks to you and the results of our latest survey, USRS is now dedicated to helping the environment. So if some of your packages seem light, it’s only because we’re not using as much packaging material or unnecessary boxing.