This listing is for twenty (20) pounds of processed, cleaned 40S&W brass. The brass comes from commercial shooting ranges, is mixed headstamp, and may contain a small percentage of nickel casings. It has been processed on a Camdex machine which crack checks, deprimes, checks for ringers, full-length sizes, swages the primer pocket, and base sizes each casing. After processing, the casings are cleaned in an industrial vibratory finisher using stainless media with compound and dried in corncob. These casings are clean, inside and out, and are ready to load with no additional steps just like brand-new brass.
The brass is packaged by weight in a medium USPS flat rate mailer and the cost of shipping is included in the price. There are approximately 106 processed 40S&W casings per pound, meaning each mailer will contain about 2,120 cartridge casings. Due to the variation in individual casing weight, the number of casings will vary but there will be exactly 20lbs of brass in the mailer. To be clear, the brass is measured by weight, not volume or count, and the exact number of casings will vary in each mailer based on the mix of headstamps in it.
We use this brass to manufacture our Perfect Practice Ammunition - Value Line. Do not confuse the quality of these casings with brass that has been "processed" on a normal loading press like the Dillon 1050 that cannot check for cracks, ringers, delivers a mediocre pocket swage, and cannot size the entire base area of the casing. There are no impossible to prime NT cases or guppies in our brass.
Payment for this item may be in the form of money order, cashiers check, or credit card. Please ask any and all questions before buying this item. For bulk orders over 150lbs, we can ship via freight carrier and you should contact us for details on pricing for shipping. USPS priority shipping is included in the price for this item.
USPS priority shipping is $15 for this item.
Trades Accepted: No
PBR is incorporated in the State of Texas as a small arms manufacturer and holds a Type 07 Federal Firearms License (FFL) issued by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives. In addition to being licensed, PBR is insured by Joseph Chiarello & Co., a leading insurer in the firearms industry. PBR's manufacturing facility is located in the heart of Texas, just south of Austin in the city of Buda.