7.62x45 Czech Boxer Primed Brass Unfinished 100pcs
New Old Stock Condition
FFL is not required
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Item 568817931
Location Elkhart, TX 75839
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Please read all of this information before bidding!!! Be sure you want these!!! These cases are formed from unfired, new old stock, Israeli 7.62x51 brass. The steps that I've already processed this brass through are annealing, 4 stages of RCBS base forming dies, shortening, file trimming in an RCBS die, chamfering, deburring, neck reaming, primer pocket swaging and polishing. These cases are not finished so they're not fire formed to final dimensions. Fire-forming techniques can be found in many loading manuals. Completing these cases includes reducing the rim diameter and deepening the extractor groove. Once you're setup for the project and have practiced some, whether you're using a lathe or hand tools, it only takes about 3 minutes or less per case to finish them. Without apology, the price is what it is, not at all due to the rarity of the commodity, but because of the initial cost of parent cartridge cases, expensive die sets, presses, other tools required and the many hours of hard work that I have invested in these cartridge cases. When these are sold, they're gone and that's that for me. You may or may not have the necessary tools and or the craftsmanship skills and you may or may not want to invest the time necessary to complete the work on these cases. As you decide keep this in mind; if you choose finish these cases you'll be completing Boxer primed, reloadable, brass, 7.62x45 Czech cartridge cases that are otherwise pretty much unobtainable. As far as I know, no factory head stamped Boxer primed reloadable brass cartridge cases have ever been manufactured, anywhere in the world, for the 7.62x45 Czech VZ 52 rifles. I'm not completing these cases because my lathe is broken and it won't be repaired anytime soon. I recently had trapeziectomy surgeries performed on both thumbs. Some activities are just not as much fun as they used to be. I've formed hundreds of .35 Remington cases from the same parent cartridge cases using the hand tools listed below. Some of that brass was fired 36 times with full power loads before showing signs of impending failure. What I found most remarkable about that experience was that the .35s were all full length sized for all 36 firings. A .35 Remington neck size die wasn't available at that time; at least I couldn't find one. Who knows how many more firings they would have endured had they been neck sized every time they were reloaded. This result was obtained in a specific chamber, in my rifle only. DISCLAIMER! CAUTION, ATTENTION, WARNING, PELIGRO, ADVERTENCIA, CUIDADO, ACHTUNG, GEFAHR, VORSICHT, ETC. ETC. ETC... THESE CASES ARE SUBSTANTIALLY THICKER THAN FACTORY CASES. LOADING DATA MUST BE REDUCED. YOU ARE ON YOUR OWN HERE. I'm not a gunsmith, ballistician or scientist of any discipline. I'm just a regular hillbilly motivated by necessity to solve a problem. What works for me may not work for you. All of the information I provide is solely for the purpose of sharing my experiences with you. Nothing that I say should be considered as a recommendation as to what you should do. I have absolutely no control over how you approach the arts of case forming or handloading and I will accept absolutely no responsibility for any errors that you make. Completing these cases is quite simple if you have good quality caliper and a lathe with basic cutting tools and a live center or have access to these tools and know how to use them. If you don't have access to a lathe there is another method that I have used which consistently produces good quality cases for me. The resultant product is not as precise as it would be if the work had been done on a lathe but it is certainly good enough that it is difficult to readily recognize the difference without close examination; provided the person doing the work has at least the tools and materials I've listed and is willing and able to invest craftsmanship into their work. The dimensional reduction of these cartridge cases requires about 3 minutes or less per case and it's not a complicated process. However, a full description of the procedure is too lengthy to add here. When you buy this brass I'll email to you the complete detailed process that I use including a list of tools, resources and materials that are necessary. Handloaders probably already have most if not all that I've listed. I've reformed several hundred cases using the process and the hand tools and materials referred to. I ruined a few cases while I was learning this reforming process but since then I've rarely produced a cull. Practicing on a few common or readily available and less expensive cartridge cases of similar size and configuration is a really good idea. Learning to make the proper brass reductions does not require genius or artistry; it's actually a quite simple reformation. This type of project does require the willingness and the ability to work within close tolerances with a few simple tools and some practice.
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