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Old 01-16-2012, 04:06 AM   #1
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Hey guys, 100% new to the world of reloading but looking into it to reduce costs firing my new pistols, I've found buying bulk .45 LC from BVAC would be the way to go but couldn't find much if people are reloading the brass from them and before I go buying a heap of ammo I wanted to be sure the brass will make good candidates for reloads.

Any experience you have with them will be helpful.

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Old 01-16-2012, 06:54 AM   #2
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It appears from their site all their brass is bew and boxer primed. Why would you have any reservations?

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It appears from their site all their brass is bew and boxer primed. Why would you have any reservations?
Being one of the cheapest rounds in that caliber I can find to buy bulk I don't know what sort of quality the brass would be produced with, and wanted to see if anyone had any issues with them...better to ask considering I have zero reloading experience.
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It appears to be good its not remanufactured stuff so it should do you just fine.

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they are in the business of loading ammo, so more than likely they have the brass made for them by some supplier who probably supplies for a lot of ammo manufacturers. try them out and see how good the brass is, then give an update about it.

i buy my brass in bulk from Midway. unprimed once fired from winchester, remington, starline or federal. i run them through my resizer, deburr the primer pocket, check and adjust the OAL, chamfer the neck and reload. if looking for brass for reloading, check out Midway. they have great service, decent prices and fast shipping.

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