Capital Cartridge - 5.56 - NEW Brass - 250pcs - FREE Ammo Can

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NEW BRASS

Unprimed

250pcs with a Free Ammo Can 

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  • 5
    Great price for great brass!

    I'm using this brass to use as a starting point for load development of thousands of 55 FMJ's I have on hand that I will use to load up with my thousands of range brass I've picked up over the years. Very consistent looking brass that will help eliminate variables for me and at really great price. All annealed. Only a couple necks need running through a mandrel. Plan on doing them all anyway. I got 251 pieces which is AWESOME for using that extra piece to get an annealing code from my AMP annealer. That enables me to get that information while keeping a round number of 250 which is great for my OCD lol! I measured 50 pieces lengths that seem to average 1.754" which I'm assuming will be the rest of the batch as well. I like that so I can uniform lengths to 1.75". I called and asked about the company that made the brass and apparently it's made in house so it is Capital Cartridge brass. Very cool. I get to go over the top on this project at a really great price.

  • 5
    Can confirm, it's new brass

    Counted out to 250 pieces, even after accidently dropping the box and sending the brass everywhere (not my proudest moment...). Not a single damaged or split neck in the whole batch. Grabbed 5 pieces of brass at random for a quick weigh, averaged 98.4gr, lightest was 98.2gr, heaviest was 100gr. Neck thickness is on par with some LC brass I have, so I expect some nice life out of this brass. Even if it has crappy life though (5 or so firings), it's cheap enough to just replace and still be ahead on the cost of new LC brass.

2 Reviews

  • 5
    Great price for great brass!

    I'm using this brass to use as a starting point for load development of thousands of 55 FMJ's I have on hand that I will use to load up with my thousands of range brass I've picked up over the years. Very consistent looking brass that will help eliminate variables for me and at really great price. All annealed. Only a couple necks need running through a mandrel. Plan on doing them all anyway. I got 251 pieces which is AWESOME for using that extra piece to get an annealing code from my AMP annealer. That enables me to get that information while keeping a round number of 250 which is great for my OCD lol! I measured 50 pieces lengths that seem to average 1.754" which I'm assuming will be the rest of the batch as well. I like that so I can uniform lengths to 1.75". I called and asked about the company that made the brass and apparently it's made in house so it is Capital Cartridge brass. Very cool. I get to go over the top on this project at a really great price.

  • 5
    Can confirm, it's new brass

    Counted out to 250 pieces, even after accidently dropping the box and sending the brass everywhere (not my proudest moment...). Not a single damaged or split neck in the whole batch. Grabbed 5 pieces of brass at random for a quick weigh, averaged 98.4gr, lightest was 98.2gr, heaviest was 100gr. Neck thickness is on par with some LC brass I have, so I expect some nice life out of this brass. Even if it has crappy life though (5 or so firings), it's cheap enough to just replace and still be ahead on the cost of new LC brass.

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