1000 ct Primed/Fully Processed .308/7.62mm NATO brass. Weight Sorted
1000 count .308 casings. CCI military No. 34 primers, Mixed headstamps mostly Lake City, Federal, weight sorted 175 to 181 grain. These are once fired only.
• All cases individually inspected for cracks, excessive deformation, and fatigue
• Wet tumbled decapped with amazingly clean primer pockets
• Full length sized with Redding dies, primer crimps SWAGED with RCBS tool (not cut). Neck minor diameter
• Fresh CCI #34 primers (CCI 200 equivalent but harder cup to prevent slam fires and more reliable ignition)
• Trimmed between 2.0 and 2.007"
• Light/Moderate VLD neck chamfer (light outer deburr/chamfer)
• All necks turned with KM tool to about .015" neck wall thickness with no shoulder gouge/compromise
• Inside of necks brushed with dry nylon (no lubrication)
• Absolutely zero loose primer pockets. Hand primed all with great consistency of force.
They used to be brighter as I did a dry tumble for polish but it was too long ago and a little oxidation formed and dulled them down a little. They are not dirty at all. The primers are only a couple months old. The cases were cleaned in February and sat in a plastic bin with a lid. The house has been kept around or below 70° F all summer. No humidity.
I did not anneal them as I am not confident enough in that skill yet. They have whatever annealing Federal and mil-spec requires from Lake City. With the neck turning I expect very consistent neck tension and bore concentricity.
These have been very accurate for me in a gas gun. Some groups below 3/4 MOA and the rest no worse than factory. If you have a load using CCI 200, CCI has advised me to just reduce powder charge 0.1 grain for the military primer.
As these are primed cases I believe these can ship without dangerous goods handling/charges. Weight should be about 26 pounds by my math.