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  1. #11
    FNWylde Guest
    Yet how many advocate reloading? Factory seconds with blemishes don't scare me a bit. Unless you have money to burn, being resourceful on ammo selection is the difference between sitting on the bench and sitting on the bench shooting. I'm looking at this so some buddies and me can go shoot some paper targets and have a little fun.

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  3. #12
    FNWylde Guest
    Mobuck, you were right on, here's the answer I rec'd tonight:

    Our shooter are a hodgepodge of projectiles (55g FMJ, 55g V-Max, 62g M855, 62g SS109, etc) in various cases (mostly brass, some nickel). Some are once fired, others are new, but blemished in one way or another (dents, neck cracks, and smiley's) [imagine setting a projectile into the mouth of a case and it not be aligned perfectly, for whatever reason, and the projo catches the edge of the neck bending it downward to varying degrees effectively making a smile on the neck. None of this has any bulges. Dents (even huge) will form to your chamber and be once fired brass which is reloadable. Once purchased, they are yours. I'm unaware of any velocity specs

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    On Oct 19, 2013, at 10:01 PM, wrote:

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    > Would you please provide a few details on the 5.56 1500rd shooter's pack?
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    > 1) reloads or unfired brass factory seconds?
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    > 2) 55gr FMJ velocity specs
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    > 3) what are neck smiles?

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