We started in the Summer of 2012 with a single bucket of brass, meticulously sorting each piece by hand in the heat of the Florida sun. We are a father and son team, working every day to bring our loyal customers the best possible product.
We were fortunate to be chosen by Dillon Precision to beta test their new case prep press, the CP2000. We secretly ran the prototype press for almost 2 years, while working closely with Dillon's Research and Development team, making suggestions and revisions to the workings of the unit, until it was finally released in January of 2019. We are extremely honored to have been chosen for this task.
About Our Equipment:
We currently use the best in automation equipment that is commercially available. We have five Dillon Precision CP2000s, six Dillon Super-1050s, eleven AmmoBot Autodrives, a Magma Rimless Case Master Push-Through Die Sizer, a Mortgenson Roller Sorter, three Ultimate Sorters, one vibratory inspection sorter, four Southern Shine dual-drum wet tumblers, three Frankfurt Arsenal wet tumblers, and a concrete mixer with corncob media to initially clean the brass prior to processing in one of our presses.
About Our Process:
Years ago, we began cleaning the brass in dry media with small vibratory tumblers and eventually moved up to cement mixers running 24 hours a day. When we discovered wet tumbling, we decided it was best to move completely to that to achieve a better end product. We also have a proprietary drying method that gets large amounts of brass dried thoroughly in a short period of time.
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We at AmmoBrass, LLC take pride in using the best commercial equipment available. One of the many reasons that Dillon Precision equipment fills our benches.
AmmoBrass, LLC is a family owned and operated business from a small town in Central Florida.
Brass pups are an essential part of AmmoBrass, LLC. They sniff out bad brass and help us provide a superior product. This pup was Dixie who recently passed away. RIP, goodest girl.
To increase output, save time, reduce manpower, and to not have arthritis, we only use the best in automation equipment. That's why we use AmmoBot autodrives. They have a vast array of sensors that better assist us in providing the best possible product to our customers.