S3 RELOAD Sizing and Flaring Dies for Shell Shock Cases

These are the sizing and flaring dies manufactured by S3 RELOAD for use with the Shell Shock NAS3 9mm cases. The Shell Shock case have a two-piece construction that require special sizing and flaring dies. The dies can also be used when reloading conventional brass 9mm cases. The dies feature a unique spring-loaded mechanism to push cases out of the die instead of pulling the cases out using the rim/ejector groove.

These dies are are available at:

https://s3reload.com/
https://www.shellshocktechnologies.com/

My other videos the cases and the die wrench: https://thereloadersnetwork.com/playlist/shell-tech-nas3-cases/

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Jerry 1911
Jerry 1911

The requirement for the proprietary S3 dies is what has prevented me from getting the S3 9mm cases before now. I really wish I had been able to see these videos before now, but as you know, I was in some remote areas for a week, without internet or cell signal, and I’m just now beginning to get caught up on my videos that I watch.
Thank you for sharing this information about the S3 dies and cases. Maybe if I hit the lottery, I’ll be able to afford the dies, soon.

daviskri1
daviskri1

L.O.B. I enjoyed the video. I havent seen you on youtube for some time. I didn’t realize that this is the new site for cool guy hangouts, so I registered. LOL I have seen these cases and picked up a handful at the range. DID NOT know they required special dies. I cleaned and processed with my Lee dies but did not reload. Glad I didnt. If you haven’t selected a give-away winner I would like to throw my name in the hat for a chance to win. I like the magnet idea! I wonder if they will make them… Read more »

Psyko Klown
Psyko Klown

I’m interested in hearing how that wrench is working out for you.

az2vet
az2vet

Well done! First video I have seen that actually takes the dies apart (not that I have seen every possible one) and shows each of the pieces, as well as just how to set them up. I knew there was a spring involved but what they used for a spring is surprising.

livincincy
livincincy

They would be useful in a tournament or competition for cleaning up the range and reselling. A lot of range scrap does not get reloaded. Not sure how these scrap out as metal compared to brass value on the market. They also have to get processed to separate the aluminum from stainless steel. So, how accepted or hated by range owners these are will be interesting. I clean brass to remove ” primer gunk ” and other toxins. Not so sure about bringing range hazards to my bench. Clean brass is easier to inspect in my view. Not sure how… Read more »

NickJ
NickJ

Look interesting, don’t know yet if I’ll try them !

aaron
aaron

Thanks 👍gotta love trying out new things! Especially when they seem to work.