Still hard to find factory ammo

Seems like unless I’m ok with converted (used) brass (with 223 headstamps), or REALLY expensive match ammo, the 300 blackout ammo is still a tad hard to find. I was just about to buy a bunch of brass and load my own, but it seems like I might as well brake the gun in with some cheaper factory ammo. So I found this, to be in stock in just a few days…

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I'm old, and I've been shooting and reloading since I was about 7. I started depriming and sizing brass for my father with a RCBS rock chucker press (which I still have) have now primarily use a Dillon 1050, and several Dillon 550b(s) I have been a shooter/member of IDPA and IPSC, though I'm not current, and I have not been to a competition in quite some time. Lately I've been into shot shell reloading, and trap shooting.

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  1. Our Brass is NOT used. It is Lake City with CCI Primers. If there are backorders it is because of EXTREMELY HIGH demand.We apologize for delays but the cartridge continues to grow more popular hourly it seems. Shot Shot 2012 had more uppers than we even imagined.

    1. Is the Lake City stuff a new move? the 5 boxes I got were all 300 blackout headstamp, so I assume its Remington Brass? I’ve heard that the converted brass what thicker wall, and should obviously last longer. Do you perform any annealing process to the brass after cut down?

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