This is a discussion on Anybody hear of DRS reman ammo? within the Defensive Ammunition & Ballistics forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I ordered a 500ct box of DRS 55gr FMJ .223 ammo. This ammo is manufactured with once fired U.S. military brass. The brass will be ...
I ordered a 500ct box of DRS 55gr FMJ .223 ammo.What little I could find on it, it seems to be of decent quality.This ammo is manufactured with once fired U.S. military brass. The brass will be Lake City (LC). It all comes off of military bases, so it is guaranteed to be once fired. It is processed and loaded by D.R.S. Manufacturing. They are a licensed and insured manufacturing company. They manufacture a full line of new and reloaded rifle and pistol ammo. This ammo is all loaded on fully automatic military loading machines. They use New Hornady 55gr. FMJ bullets and Hodgdon powder. This is some excellent ammunition, we have sold their ammo for over 7 years and have had no complaints. You will be amazed at how accurate and clean it is. It will come packed loose.
Anybody here with any experience with it?
I wanted to start a brass collection that will not require primer pocket crimp removal for my reloading. Eventually I plan on buying some LC new brass to add to it.
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Yes....I have a bunch I bought from ammunitiontogo.com.....the .41 Magnum...its good stuff...and I have been
reloading the brass. A good deal, and quality rounds.
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