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Old 10-19-2013, 01:24 PM
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I would.....

I would.....

I would.....

I would.....


Why doncha'?
Just trying to be helpful fella.... take it or leave it.

Maybe you have better suggestions?
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Old 10-19-2013, 01:54 PM
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Re: 810Y one-shot kill Lazz WARBIRD

Mr Montana ,,,,,,,,,

The Hornady made Lazzeroni Warbird brass is very, very good ,,,,,, and in addition, we cull out any major cosmetic defects now when we actually package it in Tucson ,,,,,,

The previous brass made by Bell in the 90s and early 2000s was also very good, but not quite up to the standards that the Hornady stuff is made to ,,,,

there will always be a very small percentage of brass cases with issues that we cannot see until firing, but this is a very small percentage ,,,,, and we have always replaced any brass cases that our customers have had problems with,,,,

AND we are always on the lookout for ways to improve the quality of everything that we sell ,,,, that is a normal part of every manufacturing business ,,,,,

as for the postings on Midway's website ,,,,,, always remember that people with something bad to say or something to complain about are far more likely to post, than those who are happy with their purchase ,,,,,

take that for what you will, as well sell many thousands of rounds of Lazzeroni Warbird and other Lazz caliber brass cases thru MIDWAY each year, and if we had the kind of problem that you are trying to paste upon us, we would not still be selling it ,,,,,

just out of curiosity ,,,,, how many postings on the Midway site have YOU and your sidekick Kirby put up there about Lazzeroni brass ? ,,,,,,
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Re: 810Y one-shot kill Lazz WARBIRD

Wow...popcorn anyone???
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Mr Montana ,,,,,,,,,

As for the postings on Midway's website ,,,,,, always remember that people with something bad to say or something to complain about are far more likely to post, than those who are happy with their purchase
Amen to that. This applies in multiple areas too, not just hunting/shooting! Seems to be human nature to tell the world about a bad experience but move on and be happy with good experiences by comparison.
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I would do some short range high velocity testing with 210 ABLR before marketing that in a Warbird chamber.
Yes, from what I am hearing and seeing this bullet is not going to be the answer for hunting where impact velocities are very high.

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Mr Montana ,,,,,,,,,

The Hornady made Lazzeroni Warbird brass is very, very good ,,,,,, and in addition, we cull out any major cosmetic defects now when we actually package it in Tucson ,,,,,,

The previous brass made by Bell in the 90s and early 2000s was also very good, but not quite up to the standards that the Hornady stuff is made to ,,,,

there will always be a very small percentage of brass cases with issues that we cannot see until firing, but this is a very small percentage ,,,,, and we have always replaced any brass cases that our customers have had problems with,,,,

AND we are always on the lookout for ways to improve the quality of everything that we sell ,,,, that is a normal part of every manufacturing business ,,,,,

as for the postings on Midway's website ,,,,,, always remember that people with something bad to say or something to complain about are far more likely to post, than those who are happy with their purchase ,,,,,

take that for what you will, as well sell many thousands of rounds of Lazzeroni Warbird and other Lazz caliber brass cases thru MIDWAY each year, and if we had the kind of problem that you are trying to paste upon us, we would not still be selling it ,,,,,

just out of curiosity ,,,,, how many postings on the Midway site have YOU and your sidekick Kirby put up there about Lazzeroni brass ? ,,,,,,
John,

I did not make my post to get into a pi$$ing contest with you. I piggy back'd on another member's post that stated a reality of perception. You can accept that reality and try to do something about it or you can ignore it.... your choice.

I have never posted any reviews on Midway. If you look at Lapua's reviews you will see the vast majority being in the 4.7 to 5 star ratings... take it for what it's worth. If you're tryin to claim the reviews are some sort of conspiracy maybe a few will believe you but most won't. You are the marketer of your brass so you will forgive me if I look to other less partial sources for feedback as to its quality. If it's Hornady made, then it's probably good stuff.

I don't have to defend Kirby Allen but I will tell you that Kirby has a long and outstanding reputation on this site and there is a reason for that. And I can guarantee you that your efforts to degrade him work against your own reputation. Kirby has EARNED my respect and the respect of many others.

How many of the good Lazz reviews have you posted?
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Amen to that. This applies in multiple areas too, not just hunting/shooting! Seems to be human nature to tell the world about a bad experience but move on and be happy with good experiences by comparison.
Then where do the five-star reviews come from?
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