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Bronze cases

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Dirtdgger, Feb 13, 2011.

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  1. Dirtdgger

    Dirtdgger Member

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    I have a lot of bronze cases. my question is are they any good for reloading? They are made by pmc 223 cal once fired.





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    I believe bronze is the product lines name, the cases are regular brass cases. I have been wrong before though, just dont tell my wife.
     
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    The yare not really bronze; they are normal brass. PMC just calls them their "Bronze" line as advertising- IE, lower than Silver, and two steps lower than Gold.

    The only issue you may have is if the primers are crimped; then you'd need to swage or trim the crimp out of the pockets before reloading.

    Otherwise PMC Bronze brass is good stuff.
     
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