Pros and Cons of Fully Processed Brass
When it comes to fully processed brass, everyone’s got an opinion. We’re here to make things a little more simple for you.
Bang for Your Buck
If you’re a newcomer to the hobby, or if you’re unsure if you have the time to dedicate to it, you may be up in arms about the process of preparing your brass for firing. Decapping, resizing, retrimming, wet tumbling–sometimes it’s a lot to take in. Finding a trusted and reliable source of fully processed brass means you won’t have to go through the hassle of processing the brass before your first firing. And if you’re a marksman with limited time for the hobby, skipping these steps is also a great way to save some time and get down to the good stuff.
Another pro: many distributors of once-fired and fully processed brass, including Elite Reloading, subject this type of brass to a much higher standard and quality control inspection than usual, ensuring that the fully processed brass is designed to precise specifications. This gives you more bang for your buck in the long run. And here at Elite Reloading, no piece of brass goes uninspected. All of the brass that leaves our hands has passed our rigorous quality control process, guaranteeing a better, more reliable product for you.
Know Thyself and Thy Brass
But fully processed brass isn’t for everyone. If you’ve spent plenty of time shooting, you’ve probably developed your own tastes, and if you know your stuff, there’s always the chance that a fully processed casing won’t meet your standards or preferences. If you end up further modifying the brass, you’re probably going to end up repeating the steps you were supposed to have avoided in the first place.
So whether or not you’re opting for fully processed brass or not, Elite Reloading has got your back. We’ve got all the once-fired brass, bullets, primers, and powders you need to get the most out of your hobby.