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Commercial Processing of Brass

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Sommerled, Mar 11, 2008.

  1. Sommerled

    Sommerled Well-Known Member

    It got above forty degrees here in Minnesota for the first time since last October and spent brass is starting to stick out through the melting snow, I can't pick it up yet cause it mixed with the doggy doodoo, will have to wait till it dries out.....anyway:

    Does anyone know of an outfit that processes once fired 223 brass like River Valley Ordnance used to? They did a good job and saved alot of time for making rounds for general plinking in the AR's.

    Any suggestions?

    MMCSRET Well-Known Member

    Check out the people at Topbrass.com
  3. Ala Dan

    Ala Dan Member in memoriam

    Scharch Manufacturing Company out in Colorado

    Oops~! I didn't realize that Scharch Manufacturing and Top Brass was one of the same~!
  4. Riss

    Riss Well-Known Member

  5. Dave R

    Dave R Well-Known Member

    That would be you--with a tumbler, a trimmer and a press ;-)
  6. 45ACPUSER

    45ACPUSER Well-Known Member

    Scharch does not process your brass, you get a brass credit.....

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