I’ve been going through the stuff I’ve accumulated over the last 3-4 years, and finally gotten back into reloading. I discovered that I’ve got a couple thousand .224″ projectiles in various weights, but after loading the 600 prepped .223 cases I had on hand, I ran out. (BTW, anybody need or want a box of 75 grain Hornady VMax bullets? They can’t be loaded to AR-15 magazine length, and I don’t have a bolt gun in any .22 caliber.)
So I went searching last night for more brass. I prefer to purchase prepped NATO brass – resized, deprimed, swaged, trimmed and polished. All I have to do then is put in a primer, drop a powder charge and seat a bullet.
Everybody’s out, or if they’re not, they’re quite proud of what they’ve got left. I found NATOBrass.com, however, and they had 5,000 in stock. Now they’ve got 4,000.
And I’ve got some loading to do.