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    .30 Cal. Carbine brass processor

    Have approx. 5000 once and multi fired Carbine brass cases. Appox half is deprimed, sized, and mouth flarred....but need to be trimmed to 1.280

    The other half is once fired just polished. Need to be deprimed, sized, and mouth flarred, then trimmed to 1.280

    Looking for someone to process this brass to make it load ready on a progressive machine.



    I just don't have the time anymore to prep these cases. If you do, just email me a quote to process per 1000 or for the lot. I will pay shipping both ways.

    Anthony@m1garand.com or 631 205 1299 Thanks! APJ

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    I believe that you should trim the brass before flaring the neck? This is how I do it but I could be wrong. Good luck with finding someone to do this for you

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