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Thread: A company who processes brass??

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    A company who processes brass??

    So I have 7-5 gallon buckets of 5.56 brass and I sliding want to process it by hand.. is there a company/individual who will process it for me and maybe keep some like 50/50? I don’t have the time to do all this brass and I’m wanting to do a massive 5.56 load session…thanks

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    https://www.evergladesammo.com/

    maybe they will, but, you can buy it likely for as much difference in shipping cost

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    Get a cement mixer.

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    NOT MY PROBLEM ANYMORE

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    try the dillon reloading group on mewe, they have guys all over the place that do brass and several were crying that they can not find 5.56 brass
    if you are ever being chased by a taxidermist, don't play dead

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    I will post the question, remind me tomorrow and I will see what they say.
    if you are ever being chased by a taxidermist, don't play dead

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    A cement mixer was my first thought too.

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    Actually was either a member here or on another forum who had large amounts of range brass. Bought a Harbor Freight poly drum cement mixer to clean and polish brass. I believe he got the corn cob media from a welding shop. A good welding supply shop stocks just about any abrasive media you could want. I'm still working on a 50 pound bag I bought some years ago. Frank

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    there was 1 guy in the dillon group that is interested, he is not close but suggested spliting the shipping costs. I will try and get you his email and you can go from there.
    if you are ever being chased by a taxidermist, don't play dead

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    I sent you a pm with the email, please read it carefully before you respond to him.
    if you are ever being chased by a taxidermist, don't play dead

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    https://detroitammoco.com/product-ca...ssing-service/

    I've heard good from these folks, but it was only 5k 9mm needing deprimed sized and swaged.
    Large asst of brass, hulls & pb. PM's welcome.

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