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Thread: Limited run 1000 pcs of 300 bo brass $90.00 shipped

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    Limited run 1000 pcs of 300 bo brass $90.00 shipped

    OPEN FOR SALES....Limited run. SAME YEAR HEADSTAMP. We have run some of our 5.56 blanks and converted them to 300 bo brass. We process this brass the same as all the other brass we sell. We do not anneal this brass. The case mouths will need to be chamfered. It grips the bullets very well. We loaded one random batch of 100 pieces 7 times with 168 sie mk's. No split necks or defects developed. Great brass at a lower cost. Excellent for shooters at ranges or competitions where you cant get all your brass back.

    As of today we will offer this to members at $90.00 per 1000 pcs shipped. You will need to pm us so i can verify availability. I have a limited amount of blanks and lots of interest. It may not last long. I guess we'll
    see...thanks for looking. APPROXIMATELY 10,000 PCS LEFT.

    PAYMENT BY USPS MO, CC'S AT 3.5% OR PERSONAL CHECK IF YOU HAVE BEEN A MEMBER HERE FOR A YEAR.
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    Boolit Master
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    I'll take 1 package.

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    Is this brass from blanks any different from standard .556 brass? Or are.you saying since.its.cheaper.its.expendable?
    Do, or do not.
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    I'll take one too. Pm coming.

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    I also was curious as to whether the brass being converted from blanks made it such that they did not need to be annealed. Either way, a very good deal and a bump to the top!

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    All i implied/ wrote not spoken or said was it is a less expensive alternative that works well. Since blanks are a by product of sorting/processing 5.56 and blanks why not. Use this culled blank brass to shoot when you dont think you will get your brass back. In the snow, mud, quarry, 3-gun etc. Save a couple bucks to boot. Just an option.

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    Not trying to knock this. I've heard many people use lake city blanks to form blackout brass and it works very well. I was just curious about the annealing is all

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    The manager at Lake City has been quoted, in the past, as saying blanks come off the same production line as ammo so the brass is the same.

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    I'd like one if still available

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    I will take a package of 1000 if available. Please pm info. Thanks, Wallace

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    PM incoming...........

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    I will take 1k, if they are still available, pm to follow.

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    I received my box today. They look great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CASTING MACHINE View Post
    Monday ...
    it's Tuesday

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    ipijohn , thanks winning my bet for me. Free case of Sam Adams with only minutes to spare..

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    Quote Originally Posted by CASTING MACHINE View Post
    ipijohn , thanks winning my bet for me. Free case of Sam Adams with only minutes to spare..
    I ony stated the obvious

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    Thanks again for the help.

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    I'll take 1 box if still available. PM inc.
    Great brass as advertised.
    Last edited by Outch; 03-02-2017 at 06:00 PM.

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    I got mine today. They look awesome. Now I need to complete my annealing machine and anneal all of them.

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    am interested in 1,000. pm sent.
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