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Hey all-

I believe this was discussed here, a few years back but my search failed.

Has anyone got one of these kits to turn 22LR brass into .224 jacketed bullets? What do we know about it?


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During the dark years back ,I had a friend that I sent a small flat rate box of clean 22 lr fired brass to.He sent me a bag of the finished product.
They work just fine
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