GRAF BRASS 8MM NAMBU UNPRIMED PER 100

GRAF BRASS 8MM NAMBU UNPRIMED PER 100
Item #:GRU8MMN
Price:$57.99
$0.58 per piece
Shipping: One flat fee of $9.95 per online order.
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MPN:8MM NAMBU
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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Unprimed 8mm Nambu Brass

This is not loaded ammunition.

 

Read 7 Reviews - Average Rating: 5 stars

Packed very well

By Felipe De G. on Jul 16, 2021
Brass and bullet came pack together very well. Came in two day, nothing was damaged. Will order again

8mm Nambu Brass

By Doug Y. on Dec 04, 2020
Excellent brass a must have if you reload 8mm Nambu, really nice to have 8mm Nambu headstamped brass. Great customer service, thank you for the great product.

Nambu Brass

By Michael P. on Dec 17, 2019
Fantastic! Much easier than forming Nambu brass from 357 Sig or 40 S&W.

Great brass!

By Bradley C. on Oct 05, 2019
8mm nambu is a very hard round to come by and this new brass is awesome! It loads easy and performs great.

Graf 8mm Nambu Brass - good stuff!

By Greg L. on Jun 21, 2019
This is a great deal on a hard-to-find cartridge. They load well and fire even better and even have 8mm Nambu on the headstamp!

8mm Nambu Brass

By Mark S. on Feb 13, 2019
Good Brass!! Easy to work with, Like the Headstamp. Have it loaded already and looking forward to shooting it in my Type 14s when Spring gets here!!

Nambu brass

By Charles S. on Oct 22, 2018
This appears to be high quality brass. I haven’t shot it yet, so I can’t say how many times I will be able to reload it. That said, it is not easy to find properly headstamped Nambu brass. I have used resized .357 Sig brass in the past. It works, but it is so nice to have the properly stamped cases to avoid confusion with actual .357 Sig brass when I pick it up after firing.
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