Here's a few facts about the brass we sell and some of how the calibers are supplied to you :

MIXED and what it means - Well it’s just that . Many can’t seem to grasp that with the volumes we deal with we can’t and won’t waste time checking if any given handful or bag of cases has a dominant brand or if they are an All Sorts . So we call these MIXED or Mixed Headstamps . As those are a mixture of brands . So if that isn’t for you and we don’t have a single headstamp product in that caliber then save up as you will need to get new cases .

5.56 - We no longer stock these. - This is as the heading suggests mostly military 5.56mm with some civilian 223 as well . There are subtle differences between the two and 95% of the guns calibered for 223 will shoot 5.56mm If yours is one of the new Tikka's or other high end gun that has a tight chamber use factory ammo until the chamber is worn in . You will also find about a decent percentage of our 223 is Crimped . Either military or civilian . These will need to be removed before reloading . Some will have been fired in either auto or semi automatics

223 Mix - As with any product where we say it’s MIXED these could be any brand of case . So we will not refund you if you don't get the percentage of any particular brand you wanted so don't whinge about it .

308/7.62x51 - Yes , a variable percentage of our 308 is military 7.62x51mm . There are subtle differences between the two and almost all of the guns calibered for 308 will shoot 7.62x51 . If yours is one of the new Tikka's or other high end gun that has a tight chamber use factory ammo until the chamber is worn in . You will also find some of our 308 is Crimped . Either military or civilian . These will need to be removed before reloading . We remove the Berdan Primed from the batches but the odd one slips through so bore sight your cases before reloading . Some will have been fired in either auto or semi automatics

30/06 , 7.62x54R , 7.62x39 . 303 . 6.5x55 , 8mm & 7mm Mauser and all other calibers that are Military in origin - You will also find some of these are Crimped . Either military or civilian . These will need to be removed before reloading . We remove the Berdan Primed from the batches but the odd one slips through so bore sight your cases before reloading . Some will have been fired in either auto or semi automatics

9mm  - At this time you will need to do either a full length resize with Carbide Dies . This is because some of the cases will be Glock or S&W M&P fired . These leave a slight bulge in the cases stopping them from chambering correctly . With these orders there may be the odd 9x18mm Makarov case as our machines can't sort the two out . So keep an eye on them when checking the cases . There may be some WCC crimped in these batches so put those aside and remove the crimp before usage . The odd berdan Primed in brass are also slipping through these days and as we have no way to remove them be vigilant

40S&W -We don’t stock these anymore as we stock 357 SIG


45ACP - According to customer feedback 1-3% of every batch is Small Primer . While there is a machine that will sort those for us it is over 5 Grand so it's not viable

38Special - Yes , I know people get all picky on this caliber but we can't tell you there won't be any +P in a given batch . Nor will we refund you if you find any .

In general this is a secondhand product and people get what they pay for . Alot of our work is done by hand and mistakes happen . We are not responsible for how you reload . Nor do we guarantee every case is fit to reload . We are a volume supplier and not some small boutique company . We sell it cheap as we expect you will check these , process and clean them before use . If you have any doubts about whether you should use one of our case products in your gun then consult your local Gun Dealer .