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What do you think of the quality of brass of the following brands ,Fiocchi, Sellier&bellot and PMC for reloading. Looking at these manufacturers in .223, let me know what you all know from experience.

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Nate
 

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Welcome here Nate. Those are decent ammunition manufacturers, but I'm not sure about the brass quality for reloading.
 

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Welcome from Venezuela

Welcome and glad to have you around
 

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WELCOME redneckbuckeye, glad to have you aboard.
 

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Brass quality

Just found this place looking for some info on the net.


What do you think of the quality of brass of the following brands ,Fiocchi, Sellier&bellot and PMC for reloading. Looking at these manufacturers in .223, let me know what you all know from experience.

Thanks,
Nate
Nate, I have handloaded quite abit of S&B and PMC in .38/.357-9mm-.45ACP, and can say as good as Win.+Fed.IMO:D By the way Welcome to the Forum!!
 

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Welcome Redneck,
I reloaded .223 using once fired PMC with out any issues or wear on the brass. Looks like it should be good for another reload easy.
 

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Welcome to the Hoosier State.

I was an Ohioan, but :( I live in central Indiana now
Hay Redneck, welcome to Indiana. There should be no :( to this when it comes to guns! In this state you have Lifetime CCW permits, allowed (with proper permit) to carry in State Parks, and quite a few more pro-gun politicians than the Buck-a-nut State:) Enjoy these benefits, and PM me, if you would-I too am in Central Indiana:D
 
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