Range once-fired-brass for .44 Magnum
The cases have been deprimed, cleaned and inspected.
We use a cleaning technique to reduce the lead residue in our brass.
- First, we remove the primer.
- Second, we wet tumble the brass.
The brass comes out very shiny, almost like new with most, if not all, of the lead salts washed away. This technique reduces exposure of lead to the reloader. Most of the cases have their primer pockets looking like new, but because this is not pin polished, there can be a tiny bits of black scaling remaining; however, the amount does not even need to be removed before reloading.
We’ve hand sorted these (my kids and I). Besides sorting them by type, we’ve removed brass that has damage to the mouth or any with damage on the side wall. While we may miss some, we cull about 5% of our stock if that gives you an idea of the quality.