223 Rem Brass Casings

Many fans of the AR-15 or other .223/5.56 platforms shoot a lot of rounds, and there's no better way to cut your costs than to reload. Start with the .223 brass casings here and check out our selection of components to build your own ammo.

You'll want some small rifle primers for the .223, which can also be found on our site.

.223 casings come from a wide variety of well regarded manufacturers; Top Brass offers good reconditioned cases, while Federal and Winchester offer quality new ones to load your own reliable ammunition a precise or as cheap as you'd like it.

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  1. Federal American Eagle Brass Casings - 223 Rem - New Unprimed - 250

    Federal American Eagle Brass Casings - 223 Rem - New Unprimed - 250


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    Manufacturer Federal
    Ammo Caliber 223 Remington
    Primer Type Boxer
    Manufacturer SKU AE223UPB
    Quantity 250

    The .223 Remington is a truly impressive cartridge. It’s far from the largest and most powerful round available, but when it comes to speed and precision, few cartridges can compare to the .223. These rounds are used for a wide variety of purposes, and they are among the most common rounds in the country. To save money on their .223-shooting hobbies, many gun owners choose to load their own brass. Using top-quality cases like these, you can have excellent results at the range or in the field.

    These brass cases from Federal American Eagle are made for the .223 Remington. They are new and unprimed, delivering the accurate performance you need. They will chamber smoothly and cycle with reliable precision, making your afternoon at the gun range even more rewarding.

    Federal American Eagle Ammunition has some of the best ammunition choices in the country. They not only make fantastic brass cases, they also have a wide variety of ammo choices for handguns and rifles. Federal is trusted by hunters and target shooter all across the country.

    Customer Reviews

    Decent brass for the money

    Seems to be as effective as other brass. Unsure of longevity as yet. Much better than Winchester so far.

    Review by Gary (Posted on 5/11/16)

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