Typically, every winter I get several 5 gallon buckets *full* of brass to process for myself (and once or twice I even got 55 gallon barrels!). Things seem to be running a bit dry lately since the cost of brass has gone up so much. Most shops are sending their brass in to the recyclers for that extra $40-$50.
Since I don't have mountains of brass to process for myself, I'm opening up my services to friends.
I'm currently setup for processing .223 and .308, and if there is enough interest I'll be doing .300 Blackout and .30-06.
I'm known for being very OCD about my brass, it comes out looking like bling when I'm done. I treat every piece as if I was doing it for myself. I've even processed several thousand pieces for Trent who wrote the Reloading Thread sticked here
My process is:
Brass get's tumbled clean, then inspected for issues, sized, deprimed, decrimped, and primer pocket cleaned, then tested in case gauge to make sure it's within SAMMI specs. Then it's tumbled again, trimmed to length, and the case mouth beveled and deburred. Then lightly tumbled one last time to get any brass shavings or tumbling media out of the cases. Process takes about an hour per 100.
Pricing for .223 and .308 is $10 per 100
I'm setting up for converting .223 into .300 Blackout soon, I don't have pricing yet, but it won't be much more than standard processing and will include standard processing.
If I can get enough people to commit to 6000+ pieces total (as in, six people with 1000 pieces each for example), then those first 6000 pieces will also get free annealing service (as soon as the back-ordered annealer shows up!).
Please reach out to me through E-mail, as my PM box tends to fill up.
Note: Since I know it's going to come up - I can not load ammunition for you
, as I'm not a licensed ammunition manufacturer. Maybe someday, but not today.