Duck Creek Sporting Goods offers

Posted July 3, 2019 by duckcreeksportinggoods

458 SOCOM brass, 450 Bushmaster brass, Starline brass, 300 RUM brass, 308 Winchester brass

A inventory of current and factory new old stock Hornady, Nosler, Remington, Speer, Sierra and Winchester bullets. If you are a bargain minded handloader seeking discount pricing shop our supply of partial boxes and projectiles that have been previously loaded. Cast lead rifle bullets on hand in .25 through .45 caliber. Pistol and revolver cast lead in .312, .356, ..358, .401, .429, .430 and .452 diameters. Have unwanted bullets, Duck Creek will buy or trade.
222 Remington sizer die (Forester)
Forester Full Length Sizer Die for 222 Remington. Appears new, regular price $40, DISCOUNTED 50%
Sizes the case neck, shoulder and body and expands the neck and removes the spent primer.
Precisely-positioned vent hole located in the threaded or recessed portion of the die body prevents excessive, trapped air and/or lubrications from damaging the die’s components or your cases.
32 S&W Long brass (Remington, QTY 100)
Bags of 100 factory new REMINGTON unprimed 32 Smith & Wesson Long (32 S&W Long, 32 Colt New Police) brass handgun cases.
HISTORY: The 32 S&W Long is a longer version of the older 32 S&W, a then popular plains clothes and private detective concealed carry handgun. The 32 Smith & Wesson Long case and the 32 Colt New Police share the same dimensions, the main difference was bullet weight offerings in original factory ammunition. The 32 Long Colt should not be confused with 32 Colt New Police (or the 32 S&W Long)because it is .020 inches shorter.
204 Ruger (Hornady, QTY 50)
50 factory new Hornady 204 Ruger brass rifle cases, unprimed that are ready to reload. Developed in 2004 (joint effort between Hornady and Ruger), based on 222 Remington Magnum to create a fast, flat cartridge that produces very little recoil and less report when compared to common varmint calibers.
Brass case mouths MAY not be perfectly round from the manufacturing process, this can be corrected by running brass through the size die (always recommended) prior to loading. Residue from the annealing process may leave a stain on the case neck that can be removed by tumbling. Annealing involves rapid heating then cooling to impart the shell cases with the proper hardness to securely hold bullets in place and provides flexibility to expand and contract through multiple firings handloaders expect.
357 SIG brass (1X fired, QTY 114)
Processed ONCE FIRED 357 SIG pistol brass. Brass cases have been polished, appearance is as new (shell cases have not been de-primed) 114 cases per bag, UNIT COST .07 CENTS EACH.
Note: Please inspect used brass prior to use to insure cases are free from defects. The goal of Duck Creek is to sell only quality components, unless noted in the description we do not know how many times brass has been previously fired. Used brass sold “AS IS’, three day inspection periods are granted, buyer is responsible for shipping charges. Brass has been processed ( wet method cleaned), appearance is “AS NEW”.
For more details on our products and services, please feel free to visit us at 458 SOCOM brass, 450 Bushmaster brass, Starline brass, 300 RUM brass, 308 Winchester brass
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Last Updated July 3, 2019