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Unread 04-29-2013, 07:05 PM
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Re: 7mm STW Reloading Thread

Here you boys!!!

I just got a notification that Midway has Nosler 7mm STW brass.

Nosler Custom Reloading Brass 7mm STW Box of 25

FWIW, I like the Remington brass that I currently use in my Senderos so I'm not going to buy that pricey Nosler 7mm STW brass.
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    Unread 04-29-2013, 07:28 PM
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    Re: 7mm STW Reloading Thread

    I got the notification, too...But I already ordered 75 of them from SPS last week. Can't wait till they get here.
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    The 284 is to the STW what a tricycle is to a Ninja.
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    Unread 04-29-2013, 10:25 PM
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    Re: 7mm STW Reloading Thread

    I'm not in the market for stw brass at present. I just looked at what I've got, and I've got 372 rounds loaded and over 100 casings ready to stuff. All are 2x fired of less. Good luck to those of you that need the stuff at present as only nosler really seems to be available lately.
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    Unread 04-29-2013, 10:35 PM
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    Re: 7mm STW Reloading Thread

    Hope you like us 869 as much as i do although i had a lot of people when i started using it tell me i was crazy that it was a 50 bmg powder and that it would burn my barrel out in about 200 rnds then the guy that they said ha chart and burn rate sheets showed us that i had a goobld choice and my barrel would las longer. Than with faster powder just like my gun smith old me my gun smih thinks im shooting 162 gn bullets out of my gun at 3500 bought a hroy and tried it sa t bu was to windy and i hickened out didnt want to ruin it befoe i could use it bu it does shoot 1/2 in groups at 300 yads with my son shootig it imat 1 1/2at 91.0 grn powderboth 162 sst and 160 acubond
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    Hope you like us 869 as much as i do although i had a lot of people when i started using it tell me i was crazy that it was a 50 bmg powder and that it would burn my barrel out in about 200 rnds then the guy that they said ha chart and burn rate sheets showed us that i had a goobld choice and my barrel would las longer. Than with faster powder just like my gun smith old me my gun smih thinks im shooting 162 gn bullets out of my gun at 3500 bought a hroy and tried it sa t bu was to windy and i hickened out didnt want to ruin it befoe i could use it bu it does shoot 1/2 in groups at 300 yads with my son shootig it imat 1 1/2at 91.0 grn powderboth 162 sst and 160 acubond
    the 50 cal surp powder is a good choice for heavies in the 7stw. I've shot a good bit of it. 86 grains of 5010 or 872/8700 is a normal top end for 175 grain bullets.
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    Hope you like us 869 as much as i do although i had a lot of people when i started using it tell me i was crazy that it was a 50 bmg powder and that it would burn my barrel out in about 200 rnds then the guy that they said ha chart and burn rate sheets showed us that i had a goobld choice and my barrel would las longer. Than with faster powder just like my gun smith old me my gun smih thinks im shooting 162 gn bullets out of my gun at 3500 bought a hroy and tried it sa t bu was to windy and i hickened out didnt want to ruin it befoe i could use it bu it does shoot 1/2 in groups at 300 yads with my son shootig it imat 1 1/2at 91.0 grn powderboth 162 sst and 160 acubond
    Im resorting to buying once fired. Gosh its sad.
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    Re: 7mm STW Reloading Thread

    With the magnum's and an stw, the faster speeds reduces the need for lower twist. That's what a custom bullet maker told me anyway. 1-9 in the stw is all you'll need.
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