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.223 Remington Semi-Auto Reloading Brass for Flat-Based Bullets: 223SARB F

Ideal for loading Flat-Based Bullets and shooting in Semi-Automatic rifles

.223 Remington Fully Processed Brass Cartridges for Reloading: 223SARB F

Guaranteed once-fired 100% 5.56 x 45 NATO military brass; we buy directly from the military through auctions.

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Ideal for loading Flat-Based Bullets and shooting in Semi-Automatic rifles

.223 Remington Fully Processed Brass Cartridges for Reloading: 223SARB F

Guaranteed once-fired 100% 5.56 x 45 NATO military brass; we buy directly from the military through auctions.

See the “Our Process” page for a complete description of our processing. Here’s what we do:

  • tumble clean in precision ceramic media, then hand sort by manufacturer and year
  • de-prime and full-length size; we use a .220″ diameter expander ball so the neck is expanded to .220″ inside diameter to give .004″ tension on the bullet
  • swage the primer pocket so it will accept a new primer
  • trim the case to a uniform overall length; 1.750” +/- .003 (98% are within .002″)
  • put a very slight flair in the case mouth to make it easier to load flat-based bullets
  • tumble them in stainless steel pins to clean out the primer pocket and the flash hole, as well as the inside of the case
  • weigh and package in bags of 100 and 500

For you single stage reloaders, you can skip lubing and sizing. All cases are full-length sized and ready to load. We check them on a regular basis using a Dillon case gauge.

For those of you who use a multi-stage press, you can skip lubing and sizing too. Plus, the primers go in smoothly, and are nice and snug.

The neck tension on our 223SARB F is .004” (the inside diameter of the case neck is .220” which puts a .004″ squeeze on a .224″ bullet).

223SARB F was developed for loading flat-based bullets and shooting in magazine-fed rifles. The increased neck tension will hold the bullet in place when the magazine gets knocked around or when you extract an unfired cartridge from the chamber. A good crimp is recommended when using any brass in a semi-automatic rifle.

The slightly flared case mouth makes it easier to seat all bullets, especially flat-base bullets.

Yes, 223SARB F will work just fine in bolt-action rifles, although many long range shooters prefer a lighter neck tension for better accuracy.

Sold in bags of 100 and 500 by weight.

Packages

Bag of 100, Bag of 500

Manufacturer/Year

Lake City 2004 (LC 04)

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