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Not a round I know very much about at all and even less as it relates to reloading. Found a bunch in some once fired 5.56 brass I was given.



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Posts: 4296 | Location: Willow Park, TX | Registered: April 14, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I've seen it go for $20-25 per 100 before.


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That would depend on headstamp ,manufacture.
Remington uses large primers on them years back.
Hornady and ssa uses small.
Me I always chose small,but I am stocked up with all I need.
 
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Head on over to 68forums.com.
I think you will find people happy to buy it from you.


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Thank you Sig m4
They are cleaned and will get sized today.
 
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Thank you Sig m4
They are cleaned and will get sized today.


Glad someone could use them!



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Posts: 4296 | Location: Willow Park, TX | Registered: April 14, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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^^^
They got loaded last evening with other brass I had.
I must have ten loading books,not a damn one had data for the 6.8 powder I wanted to use.
My favorite is H4895 Sc because it drops perfect every time thru the 550 Dillon.
Went on web site for Hogsdon and they had it at 29 grains.
That powder work perfect for me in the following calibers 223,30.06 and the 6.8
 
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