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Commercial 223 processing?

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by sandman608, May 24, 2007.

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  1. sandman608

    sandman608 Member

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    Does anyone process 223 commercially? I've been to RVOW's site, but from other forums it appears that they don't respond to phone or email inquiries. I'd be interested in finding a company that will de-prime, primer pocket swage, and re-size. Thanks for any leads.
     
  2. gandog56

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    I would be afraid of dents and stuff from shipping. Why would you want somebody to do half the work, anyways. You might as well get Black Hills Blue Box reloads.
     
  3. GRIZ22

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    To pay someone to do all that you might as well buy your ammo.
     
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    couple guys on glocktalk do just what you ask and i think they trim to size as well.

    hold on i'll link you. . .
    http://glocktalk.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=704930

    ar15.com has a bunch of guys who offer the service as well.

    the standard seems to be 20-25 per k plus return shipping.

    hope that helps!

    ps- i've never used any of these guys, i just sit down and grumble through it
     
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    Sign up for the National Match Forums: http://www.nationalmatch.us/forums

    There's a member there named Richard Whiting. He does high volume brass processing. I think he's backlogged until October of this year, though.

    How much brass military brass do you need processed? If this is for personal use, I'd just buy a Giraud Power Trimmer and a Dillon Super Swager.

    I recently bought a Giraud configured for .223 and I'll tell you right now, it saves me an incredible amount of time because the trimming, chamfering, and deburring is all done in a single step (and fast).
     
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