8.6 Blackout formed from 308 (50ct)

(1 customer review)

$64.99

Quantity per box: 50

8.6 Blackout brass formed from 308 Hornady once fired casings.

Boxer primer pockets

Brass cases

Processed – cases are machine and hand sorted by caliber; steel, aluminum, Berdan, damaged, dented cases that can not be reloaded are removed, cases are washed and tumbled. Brass has been annealed, full length sized, trimmed to length (1.685″+/-.005), Neck turned to proper thickness of 0.012 +/- 0.001 and washed. Brass was checked in Faxon bbl. Brass may need to be sized in your die as well as chamfered to your specs. Brass has not been polished, de-primed, trimmed or loaded unless specifically stated.

4%-5% additional cases are included in your order to cover our human error, so you will have more than enough usable cases in your order.

“Once fired brass” is an industry term that describes fired brass cases. We buy our brass from ranges and other individuals which means that we can not guarantee that all our cases we sell for reloading are only once fired.  Previously fired brass could have minor dents, dings, slightly bent mouths, or other slight imperfections.  Most of these flaws can be easily removed during resizing or will be shot out upon your first firing.

 

 

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SKU: 8.6BLK308-50 Categories: , Tags: ,

Additional information

Weight 1.1 lbs

1 review for 8.6 Blackout formed from 308 (50ct)

  1. matthewahinton (verified owner)

    Exquisitely clean brass! Length was spot-on. Necks were turned very consistently. Please follow their advise and size before loading. Since 8.6 Blackout has no SAMMI specs yet, there can be a lot of variance. I simply lubed, sized, and gave a scratch-pass neck turn to remove a very slight burr around the case mouth that my sizing die expander mandrel pushed out from the inside. Understand, I am NOT complaining about that, just advising other buyers. Even with this work, it save a LOT of time compared to starting from scratch, cutting down 6.5 or 308 brass to length, forming, etc. Loaded rounds all passed a check in a Sheridan slotted gauge.

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