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Removing military crimp from 223/5.56 brass

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by kostnerave, Jan 20, 2013.


  1. kostnerave

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    Found a tip on how to remove the crimp from 223 brass for cheap by using a 1/2 countersink. Went to harbor freight and pick up one for $3.00 and chucked it into my drill press and removed crimps on 100 in less than five minutes. Very easy and the brass brass came out perfect.:supergrin:
     
  2. DoctaGlockta

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    That is a good idea.

    I use one of these when I have only a few to do. It works quite well.

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  3. Murphy's Law

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    I have the Dillon 600 swag and absolutely think it's the best tool for the job at hand. Granted it cost close to a "C" note but well worth the money.