500 Count, .223/5.56 Fully Processed Once Fired TAA Brass

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The Best Value on processed 223/5.56 Brass.

 

500 cases of Fully Processed Once Fired .223/5.56 Brass with TAA Headstamps.

Plus about 10 FREE cases. 

This Once Fired Brass has been resized. The primmer pockets have been swaged to remove military crimp. It has been trimmed. Finally it is cleaned and polished to a beautiful golden finish.

TAA Brass is the brass that we use for our own loads. We started using it because it was inexpensive. Now we use it because it is superior brass. More people are finding this out every day, and TAA headstamps becomes more and more popular. 

Why buy this product?

Because you want the best brass but you don’t want all the work or expense of getting it ready to shoot.

This is once fired military brass. Military brass is made with thicker walls which make it perfect for relaoders that want to get the most out of their brass. The downside of working with military brass is sorting out the damaged pieces and dealing with the primer pocket crimp. We take care of that for you.

We’ve done all the hard work for you. For a great price!

Jim Waits

“I work every piece of brass like I will be shooting it.”

Jim Waits –president of TacticalBrass.Com

 

The Process

No proprietary chemicals are used that would weaken the finished product
 

  • It is first cleaned and inspected to remove damaged pieces, and odd caliber rounds.
  • Processed to remove primer, and swage primer pocket.
  • Full length sized
  • Trimmed to correct length
  • A Headspace/Case Gage is used as the standard for sizing and trimming.
  • Cleaned and Polished using steal media to clean thoroughly inside and out.
  • Inspected again.
  • Final product is packaged using a counting scale with a few extra included just to be sure.
Ed Kubinski on 08/02/2015 05:53pm
After reloading 3000 rounds of range brass, I decided to spend a little money and buy some prepped brass. It was well worth the money. There were about 18 extras, and only two damaged ones that I had to remove. 20-30 had a little primer pocket tightness. Overall I'm very pleased with the results and would recommend to a friend.

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