Strout Family Firearms has purchased a number of automated reloading machine to provide our customers with quality ammunition. We have machines dedicated to reloading .223/5.56 and 9mm NATO. We also have machine that allow us to reload other calibers for our customers.
Dillon RL1100 with a Mark7 Autodrive loading .223.
We reload the following caliber: .223 (5.56 NATO),.300 Blackout, .30-30, .308 (7.62 NATO), .30-06, 7.62x54r, .30 Carbine, .220 Swift, 9mm NATO, .45 ACP, .38 Special, .357 Mag, .44 Special, .44 Magnum.
We try to keep .223 & 9mm on the shelves in case quantity. .45ACP and .38 special is generally available in 100 round quantities. Other calibers are loaded when orders are placed.
Yes, but only If someone is willing to buy a minimum quantity that will help cover the expense of purchasing new dies and components. It cost around $500 to buy new dies, shell plates, powder, primers and bullets just to reload a caliber.
Yes, as long as it has only been shot less then 5 times. Brass gets brittle after it has been shot multiple times and can crack. We do not anneal brass so we can not soften the brass.