Corbin Web Site Secure Web Store
Shop Securely On-Line:

Enter the store...


Bullet Swaging Topics List

Download brochures, price lists, instruction sheets

See bullet specs and dimensions

Go to main website

Price List

E-mail your questions to Sales@Corbins.com
(Use the above to e-mail your vcc2 number AFTER placing an order)

Corbin Mfg. & Supply, Inc.
PO Box 2659
600 Industrial Circle
White City, OR 97503


Phone: 541-826-5211 9am-5pm Mon-Thurs
FAX: 541-826-8669 (24-hrs/day)
E-mail: sales@corbins.com
S-Press Kit
World Leader in
Bullet Swaging Technology
Since 1975

Corbin Swaging Topics
Welcome to our secure on-line shopping cart!


You can order with PayPal or with your bank card using SSL 128-bit encryption.

No charges are processed until a live person reviews your order and makes sure that it looks reasonable.

The information you enter is encrypted and downloaded for review. Charges to your card are made only when the order does not seem to have mis-matched items that look as if they could have been ordered together in error. If that seems to be the case, you will be contacted first to explain the concerns and make sure you really intended to order that combination of items even if they usually would not "go together". We want to make SURE that the items you order are really what you want!






Sending the Credit Card Verification (CCV) security code:

For extra security, we don't ask for your ccv number on line. (This is the set of 3 or 4 digits found on the back of your card, over the signature area...usually, the last four numbers of your account are reprinted first, followed by these numbers).

Instead, we ask that you send a separate e-mail, with just your name, order number and the ccv number. This is useless to anyone else, but helps insure that your card really belongs to you and that your order is valid. We put your e-mail together with your order to run the card through with the ccv number.

If for any reason you don't want to send the ccv number, we'll try to process your card without it. Some bank card issuers (your bank) may require the number for security, while others may not. If your bank won't accept the card without the security code, we'll contact you and see if you want to provide the number or talk to your bank about it.