DIY Machine Cut 40 Caliber Smith and Wesson 12 Pieces Thin Cut Bullet Slices Silver Brass Casings Ready To Use With Without Primers Custom

+ $3.50 shipping
+ $3.50 shipping
Made to order
Preparation takes 3-5 business days
Arrives from the United States

Made in Pinconning, Michigan

Item details

A dozen 40-Caliber (*) nickel bullet casings, cleaned and polished, cut thin on a lathe, backs are machine smooth, no prep necessary.

Choose centers with or without primers.

Choose custom if you don't care if the headstamps match or if you'd like to mix calibers. If you choose to mix, I will send you a free bullet slice (a total of 13 instead of 12).

Please ask if you are interested in larger quantities, would like your own brass casings cut, or if you'd like a list of calibers I have on hand as I have several that aren't listed and I have shotgun shell and rifle calibers available also.

* Nickel-coated brass (silver looking) is regular brass that is covered by a thin layer of nickel through electroplating. It holds the shine, making it the easiest to use when making bullet jewelry.

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Preparation takes 3-5 business days
Arrives from the United States
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Free first class shipping within the USA for orders $20 or more (Coupon Code OVER20). Made to order items are shipped within 3-5 days and I will provide photos and/or private listings. Most other listings can be mailed same day if ordered before the post office closes. Tracking information will be provided. International first class shipping and upgrades are available upon request and destination. Any overcharges for shipping will be refunded.

Returns & exchanges
I gladly accept returns and exchanges
Contact me within: 7 days of delivery
Ship items back within: 14 days of delivery
I don't accept cancellations
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
The following items can't be returned or exchanged
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
  • Custom or personalized orders
  • Items on sale
Conditions of return
Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.
Additional return information
Hassel-free returns. Please contact me within 7 days, and the item(s) must be returned within 14 days for refund so long as it is unused and in its original condition.

The purchaser/returnee is responsible for return shipping costs.

I cannot accept returns for custom orders, they will be approved by purchaser before being mailed.

Additional policies

Photos for custom orders will be sent for approval before shipping.

Silver-looking bullet casings are regular brass that is covered by a thin layer of nickel through electroplating. Nickel casings make beautiful jewelry and hold the shine and require very little maintenance if at all, and I have several calibers available. I use bezels and other surfaces that cover raw edges/cut surfaces so there is very little to no nickel exposure if that is a concern. The yellow brass will darken as brass does but very little effort is required to make it shine bright.

Do not wear bullet jewelry in water, especially salt water or chlorinated water, as it may cause spotting to occur. If you forget and wear your bullet jewelry in the shower wipe it dry as soon as possible. If it happens to be a full bullet style with drill holes, turn it sideways and prop it up to drain and then dry it with a soft cloth.

Do not clean your bullet jewelry by soaking it in any kind of liquid cleaner. The best method is simply keeping it clean by buffing lightly with a soft dry cloth.

A tiny bit of commercial brass polish (inexpensive and available in most stores) works wonders for shining and cleaning too, follow instructions and lightly buff with a soft dry cloth. Using the same cloth you've buffed with, gently wipe your gemstone or crystal too for new luster and shine.

To retain shine longer when not being worn, store it in an air tight baggie or container. The trick to preventing most metals from tarnishing or turning your skin green is keeping it clean. Dirty metals reacts with chemicals on your skin from sweat, perfume, lotions, and soaps causing oxidation, it is the oxidation that turns your skin colors and darkens your brass.

I like to use rhodium in my designs which has a platinum color. It is considered hypoallergenic too. If you prefer sterling silver, I would be happy to provide you with what options I have on hand.

Store sterling silver jewelry individually and with clasps unhooked in an air-tight bag or container as oxygen causes tarnishing. You can also place a packet of silica or a piece of chalk to help with any moisture. Higher purity silver tarnishes more quickly. You should wear your sterling silver jewelry regularly as oils from your skin can have a cleaning effect and polish them regularly before becoming too tarnished.

Remove your jewelry before putting on lotion or makeup, using hairspray, swimming or sunbathing. Remove before cooking with mustard, onions, eggs, or other foods containing sulfur as that contributes to tarnishing as well.

If you have questions, please feel free to contact me. I hope you enjoy your bullet jewelry for a very long time.