Lake City Brass 5.56 NATO Primed "Pull Down" Bag of 100

Item #:LCP556
Price:$19.99
$0.20 per round
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100 1 <none> $19.99 $19.99
500 5 Save 5% $18.99 $94.95
1000 10 Save 10% $17.99 $179.91
Lake City Brass 5.56 NATO Primed "Pull Down" Bag of 100
Due to the packaging and shipping process, case necks are often slightly dinged or bent and need to be rounded up and sized to give proper neck tension. New and/or fired cases must be full-length resized or have the expander ball of the sizing die run through the case neck prior to loading.
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This is Primed Brass, but not loaded ammunition.

Read 3 Reviews - Average Rating: 3.7 stars

of 500, lost 3 cases. Plenty of tar

By Brian R. on Sep 23, 2018
I tumbled 250 at a time in polishing media, then lubed and ran them through an RCBS X-die. Had to clean the neck expander every 30 rds or so because of the tar, as James F notes in his review. Of 500 cases, I lost exactly 3 due to split neck or distorted shoulder.
Maybe a third mike exactly at or .001" over HTC length per RCBS Precision Mic. The rest show 1 to 3 thousandths under nominal HTC.

Primer pockets too small to use w/o Reaming in 1/3 of cases

By Robert B. on Jan 07, 2018
I purchased 100 rounds. Discovered that 27/100 needed primer pockets reamed before I could re-prime them. Just so You know before ordering. You may need to order a primer reamer if you don’t have one, and plan on reloading the brass after you use the primer that comes in the brass.
The brass cleaned up well with walnut media. Most of the cases were LC and Nato marked. A few were not.

Quality of LC pull down brass July 2016

By James F. on Jul 15, 2016
I bought 5 packs. Be aware 80% of mine had the tar sealed necks. So if you intend to run an expander through the necks, you are going to have issues. I removed it with Xylene.
I wound up losing 16 casing due to laps in the necks. This is unusually high. But extras were included, so I wound up with 494 good rounds prior to first firing.
Quite a few were heavily tarnished, more so than I would see for this recent production. Overall I'm happy, but just wanted everyone to know what to expect.
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