william· Supporting SuperModerator
Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Nato brass is usually marked O with a + superimposed. But it is possible. There are 5 different L E agencies, National Guard and Army Reserve that use our range.I wonder if it's the "NATO" loads they make?
I've run across a lot of 9mm brass lately that has a crimp. Enough so I'm going to look into a primer swagger.