5.56/223 Brass Deprimed, Swaged, Polished
Once fired 5.56/223 brass - deprimed, swaged, polished.

5.56/223 Brass Deprimed, Swaged, Polished

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Part Number:556-DSP
  • Quantity:1,000 pieces per box (Qty of 1 = 1,000; Qty of 2 = 2,000; etc)
  • Status:Ready to ship! No waiting for processing. Fast shipping via USPS Priority Mail.
  • Caliber:5.56/223
  • Brand:Predominantly Lake City
  • Level of Completion:Deprimed, swaged, and polished
  • Bonus:This item ships in a custom wood crate to help prevent shipping damage.

5.56/223 Once Fired Brass (Deprimed, Swaged, Polished) - 1,000 Pieces


This is once fired military brass that's in excellent condition! It consists predominantly of Lake City, but will also contain other government contract brass. This brass has been deprimed, the primer pockets have been swaged, and the cases have been thoroughly polished inside and out. Final processing is all that's left to be performed, such as sizing and trimming to length. Extra brass is included to cover any damaged pieces that we may have missed.

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"In Stock" indicates the brass has already been processed and is ready to be shipped. In stock brass will be shipped on or before the next business day after the order. All brass is shipped via USPS Priority Mail® and is fully insured. Transit time from origin to destination is typically 2-3 business days.

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5 Stars
Your brass...
Thanks for the great brass, i ordered 1000 rds. of 556 and only had 2 or 3 that i would not load and i am overley picky ! Good job you guys!
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Reviewed by:  from WA. on 1/5/2017
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Bought this brass not knowing what to expect, but upon receipt, I was delighted. This stuff is wunnerful! I couldn't be happier with what I ordered. The wooden box was a nice touch too. Thanks Roberts and Son Brass!--wish you sold pulled bullets as well
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Reviewed by:  from Pennsylvania. on 8/31/2020
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Exceeded expectations
After inspecting my first lot of 1,000 I have ordered two more lots of 1,000. All cases were 100% polished, just like the website picture. I inspected a sample of 100 cases out of the 1,000 and found that 99 of them all more the same LC 2007 head stamp. This exceeded my expectations regarding what percentage of the cases would bear the same head stamp and obviously far exceeds what you would expect from brass gathered from a civilian shooting range. Plus military cases are thicker if you're interested in duplicating high pressure military load levels. I have always reloaded military 5.56 mm brass because of cost but a significant portion of military brass will show brass extrusion into the ejector hole or the extractor cut on the bolt face, no matter who you get it from. Of the particular batch I inspected, about 72% showed no signs of extrusion into the ejector hole, about 14% showed partial signs (for example one half of the round mark left by the ejector hole showing) and about 14% showed complete signs (for example the whole mark left by the ejector hole could be seen). Even if you recycle this 28% you are still way ahead of the cost of civilian brass so I am still very happy with the cases left over. My last batch of bulk military 5.56 brass bought 20+ years ago had a larger proportion of cases with more severe brass extrusion so I am very happy with the condition of this particular batch from Roberts & Son. I have reloaded cases which show signs of extrusion into the ejector hole. The primers seat more easily than cases that do not show these signs which means that there has been some case head expansion, but not enough to impede chambering. But the primers do still require and force to seat them and don't leak when fired. Personally, I reject cases when they show complete ejector AND extractor cut markings (the extractor cut will appear as a straight line near the edge of the case head). I found that in this case the primers seat too easily for my liking. However, in my sample of 100 I found NO cases showing even partial evidence of extrusion into the bolt face extractor cut so I would rate them as all useable, although the ones with the ejector hole extrusion might not allow as many reloading as the one without (that also depends on what pressure levels YOU load). If you're varmint shooting and can't recover your brass in the grass, that's a good use for these. Why lose brand new civilian brass?

Note added by R&SB: Thank you for the review. We just want to point out that we can not guarantee the percentage of brass with matching head stamps. All brass is military and we do try to keep boxes of brass all out of the same pallet of brass which helps in this regard. Thanks again!
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Reviewed by:  from California. on 7/26/2020
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