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    Reloading Brass clear out

    Need to make some room in my reloading shed......

    6.5x55 (50) mixed headstamps 15 posted
    .223 (500) boxed American Eagle 50 posted *SOLD pending payment*
    .223 (400) American Eagle 40 posted *SOLD pending payment*
    .308 (239) RWS 50 posted *SOLD*
    .308 (49) HPS-TR 15 posted
    9mm (1000) 50 posted

    Please note a few of the .308 RWS may have tarnished cases due to being left in my wet jacket pocket with some rusty steel nails, drop me an email if you want anything.

    RWS & HPS 308 brass:
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    6.5x55 brass:
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    .223 Brass:
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    Last edited by DanTheMan; 11-11-2013 at 22:58. Reason: some stuff sold

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    If the RWS is once fired I'd like it please
    There's room for all Gods creatures ........... right next to the mash and gravy

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanTheMan View Post
    .223 (500) boxed American Eagle 50 posted
    .223 (400) American Eagle 40 posted
    I've seen a lot of American Eagle with the headstamp 'FC 223' or 'LC nn' where 'nn' is the year ..... of late frequently '09' for 2009.

    It's identical apart from the headstamp, and the source of both is Lake City arsenal who load for Federal. It's boxer-primed, but the primers are crimped in for use in semi-auto's.... so needs extra tooling & work to reclaim it. As it's easy to identify this stuff it's often discarded in the range bin.

    Now I'm not saying that's the case here, but if there is AE .223 (particularly 62gr fast-twist fodder) that isn't crimped in this way then I haven't seen any. What's the position here? Just so that everyone not aware of this caveat knows exactly what's for sale.
    If I'm going to be accused of it then it's just as well I did it.

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    I will take the 400 223 if they are "once fired" please.
    Gary Beechener

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garybeechener View Post
    I will take the 400 223 if they are "once fired" please.
    No problem email on it's way , also the 500x boxed is earmarked for Robert

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinistral View Post
    I've seen a lot of American Eagle with the headstamp 'FC 223' or 'LC nn' where 'nn' is the year ..... of late frequently '09' for 2009.

    It's identical apart from the headstamp, and the source of both is Lake City arsenal who load for Federal. It's boxer-primed, but the primers are crimped in for use in semi-auto's.... so needs extra tooling & work to reclaim it. As it's easy to identify this stuff it's often discarded in the range bin.

    Now I'm not saying that's the case here, but if there is AE .223 (particularly 62gr fast-twist fodder) that isn't crimped in this way then I haven't seen any. What's the position here? Just so that everyone not aware of this caveat knows exactly what's for sale.
    That's the stuff, it's good quality consistent brass for reloading, this is late manufacture FC11 and FC12 and I use as much of it as I can myself but can't store much more.

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    RWS 308 arrived safe and sound, Thank You
    There's room for all Gods creatures ........... right next to the mash and gravy

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    Quote Originally Posted by phaedra View Post
    RWS 308 arrived safe and sound, Thank You
    No worries, I also met Gary yesterday and dropped of his .223 brass so just the 9mm, .308 HPS and 6.5x55 left.

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