This is primed cases and not live ammunition. All loading should be done by a professional with proper ammunition loading experience. We would suggest running a neck sizer die when loading as cases have had projectile pulled out of them. This is the last of this batch, we have reduced the price as many of the cases will have small dents and dings but are still boxer primed and ready to load.
WARNING: PLEASE INSPECT EVERY CASE PRIOR TO USE.
Combat Disabled Veterans Surplus assumes no liability for any defective or marred products and all products are sold as-is. You need to have adequate education to load live ammunition, and apply a lot of common sense. Loading live ammunition is dangerous. Improperly hand-loaded ammunition can cause serious personal injury. Hand loading should be done only by a competent adult, and only after proper instruction. Since hand-loading operations are beyond our control, we disclaim all liability for any damages that may result.
Pull down brass will sometimes have small body dents, scratches and/or deformed case mouths. Small dents in brass will straighten out after the case has been fired and case mouth deformities can be fixed by sizing. Primed brass is ready to load, but all brass should be resized prior to loading. Please note that we generally do not know what primers are used in pull down casings, it is assumed that magnum calibers will contain magnum primers and standard calibers will use standard primers.