Hi, I'm Lyle. We are sellers of reloading brass casings. Serving the greater St. Louis & St. Charles County areas. Although the majority of business is local, we have shipped orders all over the country (sorry, no international orders). Reloading brass is all we do.
Reloader In Mind
Our objective is to put out a product that we would be proud to reload ourselves. We know that reloading can be an exact process, so the closer we can come to factory brass, the more consistent the loads will be. Translating to greater accuracy at the range.
Empty brass casings are collected from several ranges in the area. All our brass is collected on a daily basis to ensure no damage from the elements. The first process is to tumble clean in a crushed walnut media. This is just the first cleaning process to prepare it for ultra-sonic cleaning. After tumble cleaning the brass is sorted into calibers. Once sorted, the old primers are removed with a decapping die and press. Then the brass goes into the ultra-sonic cleaner. This is the main reason we remove the old primers. The ultra-sonic cleaner does a great job of removing the residue buildup from the inside walls and primer pockets ( I use a homemade cleaning solution made of lemon juice, degreaser and a small amount of commercial ultra-sonic cleaning solution). After this second cleaning, the brass returns to the tumbler for polishing. When it's finished it gets counted and packaged, The brass goes through three inspection stages to insure the loadability of each round, the sorting, decapping and the final count. As we can't guaranty 100% once fired brass, I would say 90 - 95% is. Our finished product will need resizing and in some cases trimmed. Crimped primer pockets are left up to the customer.