Originally Posted by trebark
You should be able to push those 130grain bullets even faster. I shoot 130grain JLK bullets with 45grains of H4350. The load produces 3000+fps.
Also, as soon as Lapua came out with 260 brass, I bought 200 pieces. I have fired them all and am now on their second firing. The brass is great and has not given me any troubles at all in terms of reloading and feeding from a magazine. Lapua brass is so uniform that neck turning was not required.
I have a 24" barrel as opposed to your 28", so I'm thinking maybe 100fps less than yours.
It's not neck uniformity problems with the Lapua .260 brass, but rather the necks being too thick to release the bullet cleanly in some chambers, making it necessary to turn the necks. Have you experienced this with your Lapua .260 brass? if not, maybe I should give them a try.