Services

Firearm Transfers

We gladly accept transfers from both FFL’s and private parties.  Transfers are $30 per firearm and a $25 NICS/BRADY fee will be added if required.  See the two options below to see what documentation is required.  This information needs to be provided with the transfer.  Failure to provide these documents will prevent us from processing your transfer in a timely manner.

Private Party Form

Sellers name, phone number & copy of drivers license

Buyers name & phone number

FFL Form 

Copy of sellers FFL

Buyers name & phone number

Note: If you are purchasing from an FFL & outside of the state of Nevada, make sure they have a copy of our FFL prior to completing of the purchase. This  prevents delays in the order shipping.

Annealing

Brass that has been reloaded and shot several times begins to harden and weaken the neck and shoulder which can cause variations in velocity and overal accuracy.  By annealing your brass you can extend the life, get consistent neck tension, as well as improve accuracy.  We are currently setup for .223/5.56 and 308.  If you are looking for another caliber call us first so we can give you a approximate time frame for completion.  Download form

Roll Sizing

Roll sizing is actually a more uniform way of sizing brass to ensure straight walls and proper dimensions.  As the “roll” word indicates, the brass is run through a machine that rolls it between two pieces of steel that shape the entire body of brass, not just the top 75% or so as you would get with your regular die sets.  Roll sizing is the best way to accurately and consistently size brass.  The most common occurances of needing to roll size is ammo that has been shot out of a Glock, or any firearm that has a unsupported chamber.  This is most commonly seen in .40 cal.

Processing

We currenly process 223 and 308.  Processing consists of decapping, swaging, trimming, and full length sizing.  Initial cleaning and chamfering is an option as well.

Brass must be free of berdan, steel, aluminum cases.  Brass with the headstamp IK 13 must also be removed.  These cases have a smaller flash hole and will bend and/or break decapping pins.